The Heimtextil India and Ambiente India, Trade Fair for Home Furnishing & Contract Textiles targeting Trade visitors across India was inaugurated by the Minister of State for Textiles (Independent Charge), Santosh Kumar Gangwar in New Delhi on Thursday.
Heimtextil India joins the world's most renowned Home and Contract Textiles trade fair brand. The show is jointly organized by Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd, the Indian subsidiary of one the world's leading exhibition organisers.
Heimtextil is the biggest and most important platform for manufacturers, retailers and designers around the world. With 7 shows in Frankfurt, Tokyo, New York, Moscow, Shanghai and now New Delhi, Heimtextil presents a worldwide coverage of the home and contract textile industry.
As many as 150 companies from seven countries are showcasing umpteen home furnishings fabrics and home decor designs at Ambiente India and Heimtextil India 2015.
Bath linen, kitchen textiles, window decorations, furniture fabric salon, textile floor coverings and others products from India, China, Pakistan, Germany, Nepal, Thailand and the US are being showcased in the three-day fair.
Gangwar at the inauguration function said that this extraordinary gathering of textile fraternity members along with interior decor, furnishing industry players at Ambiente and Heimtextil India reaffirms that India continues to be an attractive market for domestic and international consumer good brands.
Heimtextil India, in addition to providing a platform for business is accompanied by high quality seminars and informative lectures on topical themes; Heimtextil India offers a comprehensive approach to Home and Contract Textile professionals.
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