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Casablanca to host Morocco Home Fair in February
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Jan '17
Courtesy: Morocco Hometex
Courtesy: Morocco Hometex
Buyer delegations from across the world will be attending the third edition of the Morocco International Home Textile Fair that will take place in Casablanca, North Africa from February 24 – 27. National and international companies will promote their skills to form new partnerships with various international brands that will attend the fair.

Pyramids Group Fair and Expotim are organising the Morocco Hometex. Items like bed linen, curtains, bath textiles, upholstered furniture, kitchen textiles and more will be exhibited at the event.

“Thousands of professional buyers come together at Morocco Home along with our Buyer Delegation Programme from our target countries such as Italy, Spain, Quatar, Gambia, Ghana, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria, Liberia, Senegal, Kuwait, Guinea, Jordan, Algeria, France and Tunisia,” said the organiser.

Exhibitors from countries like Turkey, Morocco, Egypt, USA, Portugal, Greece, Italy, China, Pakistan and India had attended the second edition of the fair. Over 12,308 local and international visitors from West Africa, North Africa, Middle East and Gulf Countries, European countries such as Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Greece, Netherlands, England and America had attended the Morocco Style Fair that was also held in Casablaca. (KD)

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