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Heimtextil to return with more exhibition space in 2015
Jun '14
Visitors to the next Heimtextil (14 to 17 January 2015) can once again look forward to a long list of high-grade exhibitors at the world’s leading trade fair for home and contract textiles. Many prominent companies have already announced they will be taking part for the first time or returning to the fair. And more exhibition space has been booked than at this time last year. Moreover, many interesting conceptual changes are in the pipeline and Heimtextil will have a new, central presentation area with the addition of Hall 4.0. 
“We have worked on new concepts to take account of the increasing number of exhibitors and visitors at the previous fair and are delighted with the positive response to them. The number of registrations received so far for Heimtextil 2015 has exceeded our expectations and gives us great impetus for our plans”, reports Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies of Messe Frankfurt. 
In the additional exhibition space offered by Hall 4.0, visitors will find a new product group, Digital Print, one of the fastest-growing segments at Heimtextil. Suppliers of digital printing technology stood for one of the dominant trends at the last Heimtextil and the coming fair also promises a continuing boom in this field with another top player – printer manufacturer Epson Europe – having announced its interest in Heimtextil. 
Additionally, the ‘European Digital Textile Conference’ will be held for the second time during the fair – in the immediate vicinity of exhibitor presentations in the ‘Digital Print’ product group. Other presentations of innovative subjects and products are also being planned for Hall 4.0.
Almost fully booked-up: Halls 3.0, 3.1 and 4.1
The level of interest in Halls 3.0, 3.1 and 4.1, which are almost fully booked-up, continues on a high plane. With Germany’s Geos Geilfuss textile-publishing company, another long-established company will be represented in Hall 3.0 for the first time. 
The Austrian Fine textile-publishing company has announced its interest in making a presentation in Hall 3.1 – as have Wohntex from Austria and NMC from Belgium. Heimtextil can also report a number of renowned returnees in Hall 4.1: Diaz Sunprotection, the Movelta-Tavelmo furniture-fabric group, Nelen & Delbeke and Weverij van Neder from Belgium, J. Pansu Paris and Ledieu-Houriez from France, Enzo Degli Angiuoni, Lodetex and TA LI from Italy and Nooteboom Textiel from the Netherlands will be back again at the fair after varying periods of absence. 

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