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Aquafil shows new trends at Domotex Asia/ChinaFloor

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Apr '19
Pic: Aquafil
Pic: Aquafil
Aquafil displayed new products and trends in the Chinese floor covering industry at Domotex Asia/ChinaFloor that ended recently. Upto 60 new textile samples, more than half made with Econyl yarn, divided into 4 areas namely contract, residential, rugs, and hospitality were showed at the tradeshow which saw participation of 1,418 exhibitors from 35 countries.

Many customers from China, Japan, Thailand, Australia, and Korea went over Aquafil’s booth and got the chance to sit down and discuss current and future business with Aquafil’s team from the Asia Pacific and Aquafil’s management team from Europe, Aquafil said in a press release.

'Good design begins with the end in mind' was the concept around which Aquafil booth has been created. The booth gave a look at Aquafil's first carpet recycling plant, inaugurated last year in the United States in Phoenix, Arizona. Its sustainable process was explained by means of an illustrative installation that made many customers curious and interested in getting further details about it. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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