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Resilient flooring fastest growing segment at Domotex Asia
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According to VNU Exhibitions, the organiser of Domotex Asia/Chinafloor 2016, Resilient flooring remains the fastest growing segment at the fair, with 95 per cent of the space already booked five months before the show.

“Resilient flooring sector has experienced unprecedented growth this past year, especially in the area of commercial building construction,” a VNU Exhibitions press release said.

“This trend naturally translates into more exhibiting space at Domotex Asia/Chinafloor 2016, which will run from March 22-24, 2016 in Shanghai, China.

Over 250 domestic and international manufacturers of all types of resilient flooring will be exhibiting in an almost 35,000 sq. metres of space spread throughout three dedicated halls.

“The international area of resilient flooring is the fastest filling area of the exhibition so far, showing a very clear trend of this sector towards the Asian and Chinese market,” the organiser added.

US Floors joins for the first time the line-up of the international resilient flooring exhibitors, along with other new exhibitors like Konkera, KCC and Ilshin.

Returning exhibitors include Armstrong, Gerflor, LG Hausys, Sika, Henkel, Hanwha,Nox, KDF,IVC, Daejin, Unilin, and well-known Chinese domestic brands Novalis, Meijer, Kentier and Jinka.

“Besides the Resilient segment, all sectors have seen an increase and 80 per cent of the exhibiting space is already booked,” it stated.

“In particular, the newly launched two year contract plan, offering preferred rates and benefits, was met with great enthusiasm across the industry,” the company informed. (AR)

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