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European companies back at Heimtextil after brief hiatus
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Dec '13
Heimtextil in Frankfurt am Main from 8 to 11 January 2014 will welcome the international home-textile sector with a top line-up. Leading manufacturers of branded products from home and abroad are ready to present the world’s biggest range of home and contract textiles.

“The coming Heimtextil will be distinguished by a fantastic exhibitor line-up. Several prominent European companies have registered again after a period of absence. And there are many new and interesting exhibitors taking part”, reports Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies of Messe Frankfurt.

The Who’s Who of the international wall-covering sector will make their presentations together with renowned textile publishers in the fully booked-up Hall 3.1.

The highlights at Heimtextil 2014 will include the product presentations by Alhambra Internacional (Spain), Arte, N.V. Wind (both from Belgium), A.S. Création Tapeten, Kobe, Tapetenfabrik Rasch (all from Germany), Clarke & Clarke (Great Britain), Elitis, Texdecor (both from France), Erre Erre and Limonta (both from Italy). Among the renowned returnees will be Chivasso (The Netherlands), Diabolo (Belgium), Erfurt and Zimmer+Rohde (both Germany).

SATI Germany is back again in Hall 3.0 where the exhibitor highlights will include Deco Team (Germany) with a comprehensive presentation and programme of events. The companies making up the Deco Team are Alfred Apelt, Gardisette, HECO Textilverlag, Höpke, Porschen, Sonnhaus, Stoeckel & Grimmler and Unland. 

Expansion in the digital printing market: more exhibitors, more exhibition space   

There has been an outstanding development in the ‘Digital Print’ product group in Hall 4.2. The number of exhibitors and the exhibition space occupied have increased significantly for the coming fair. The leading companies – Durst, Reggiani (both from Italy), Hewlett-Packard (USA), Kornit Digital (Israel), Pod Iberia (Portugal) and SPGprints (The Netherlands) – are taking part in Heimtextil or have bigger exhibition stands than in 2013.

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