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Anjali Exports to show home textile trends at Heimtextil
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Dec '14
Anjali Exports, an India-based company engaged in manufacturing and exporting exclusive range of home furnishings and made ups made from cotton, organic cotton and other blend fabrics, is going to display new trends in home textiles at the upcoming Heimtextil trade fair in Germany.
 
Heimtextil 2015, scheduled to be held from January 14-17, 2015 in Frankfurt, is the world’s largest trade fair for home and contract textiles and is considered the global benchmark for quality design textiles of innovative functionality.
 
“At Anjali Exports, we have a proper quality check during the manufacturing process to ensure production of excellent quality home furnishings,” Velusamy Ramasamy, managing director of the Karur-based company told fibre2fashion.
 
“In fact, quality and on-time delivery are the two main pillars of the company. We always strive to deliver the best products at the right time to our valuable customers. It is this enthusiastic approach toward customer satisfaction, meeting their expectation, keeps us way ahead of our competitors,” Ramasamy adds.
 
The wide array of home furnishings manufactured and exported by Anjali Exports include table linen, bed linen, kitchen linen, kids’ products, jute and cotton bags, etc, which are made using hi-end technologies and modern machineries.
 
“We will display new trends in our product categories at Heimtextil (Stall D12), and expect good response from international buyers,” says Ramasamy. (RKS)
 

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