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DOMOTEX Middle East to create new records
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Jan '08
The national pavilions will again be strongly presented at the show. The previous years Afghanistan had their first national pavilion in the UAE in history and will be back with hand-made carpets in 2008.

The number 2 and 3 exporters of carpets in the world, Belgium and The Netherlands, will also again be back with Belgium and Dutch producers of carpets as well as other types of floor coverings. The German pavilion promises to show again the best floor coverings “Made in Germany” for the Middle East.

DOMOTEX Middle East 2008 will feature a full range of handmade and machine-made carpets; textile and resilient floor coverings; parquet and wooden flooring; laminates; sports arena flooring; fibres, yarns and textiles; cleaning and application technologies; ceramic tiles; and natural stone and marble floorings.

The trade fair is targeted at wholesalers and retailers of floor coverings, decision makers in the contracting business, planners, architects, interior designers, construction companies, project planners, floor fitters and other skilled workers from the sector.

“DOMOTEX Middle East serves as an ideal platform for exhibitors to strengthen their relationship with the existing customer base, generate new business leads, and finalise lucrative deals,” concluded Schaschen.

Special events will be staged again to add value to the visit to the show. The activity Creative Flooring will showcase numerous flooring solutions in an educational and entertaining way.

The questions of how to properly install various kinds of floor coverings will be answered by demonstrations by professionals and interaction with the attendees. A designers area will be created to inspire architects and designers with new colours, designs and innovations in flooring.

The newest projects in the GCC will be presented and surrounded by companies that offer contemporary design flooring.

The international flooring industry is currently looking forward to presenting the new collections at the flagship event DOMOTEX HANNOVER (January 12-15, 2008), followed by DOMOTEXasia/CHINAFLOOR (March 11-13, 2008), before heading to DOMOTEX Middle East (May 25-27, 2008).

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