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19th edition of DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR begins March 21
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The 19th edition of DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR begins March 21-23, 2017 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.

Exhibitor registration for the March 2017 edition started with the newly launched two year contract in the last edition, which was chosen by 41 per cent of the exhibitors.

“This group of exhibitors, together with the ones who re-booked onsite during the 2016 show, account for 62.8 per cent of the exhibiting space for 2017,” the organisers said.

The exhibition comprises of 12 halls, of which five are dedicated to carpet and rugs, four to wood, laminate, cork, bamboo, other hard floors and FloorTech and three halls dedicated to resilient floorings.

According to the organisers, the show is getting more global than ever with a substantial increase in demand. International brands are occupying 31.7 per cent of the total confirmed space to-date.

World's leading brands such as Armstrong, Gerflor, KCC, KDF, LG Hausys, Nox, US Floors and Windmoeller are showing resilient flooring,

Amorim, Alsapan, Classen, French Timber Association, Haro, SwissKrono Group and Valinge are displaying wood flooring, while Balta, Boyteks, Jaipur, Nishaburi, Oriental Weavers are exhibiting carpets.

Five country pavilions, one each from Belgium, India, Pakistan and two from USA, have also confirmed their return to the 19th edition of the show. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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