Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles â€“ Autumn Edition 2015, Asiaâ€™s leading home textiles and accessories trade fair is all set to take place at the brand-new National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) from 26 â€“ 28 August, with over 1,400 exhibitors from around 30 countries and regions scheduled to take part.
The relocation to this fairground means a new experience for buyers as they browse the offerings of upholstery fabrics, bedding & towelling, carpets & rugs, wallcoverings, digital printing, sun protection systems, non-textile curtain accessories, design artwork and more. The fair will occupy seven halls in total, with all overseas exhibitors located in hall 7.2 (a change from the previously allocated hall 4.1), while domestic exhibitors are housed in the following halls: 5.1 for branded upholstery suppliers, West Hall for other upholstery fabrics, 7.1 for bedding & towelling, digital printing and other products, 7.2 for non-textile and sun protection system products, and 6.2 for accessories. Regional pavilions from Haining, Yuhang and Shaoxing / Tongxiang are located in halls 5.2, 6.1 and 6.2, respectively.
In addition, a new Digital Printing Zone will showcase some of this sectorâ€™s biggest names, including HP. Furthermore, a new Whole-Home Style Zone will feature exhibitors with multiple home textile products which will be displayed in a â€˜real-home settingâ€™. This will help buyers to visualize upcoming trends and how different products can be matched to create new styles.
Always a highlight with buyers are the country and region pavilions, with eight featuring at this edition from Belgium, India, Italy, Korea, Morocco, Pakistan, Taiwan and Turkey. Three of the largest pavilions include Belgium Pavilion , organised by Fedustria, this pavilion returns for the fourth consecutive year, featuring a range of high-end premium products with unique designs.
Secondly, Italy Pavilion supported by the Italian Trade Commission (ICE), this zone will feature the best of Made-in-Italy with a strong focus on upholstery fabrics and thirdly the Turkey Pavilion organised by the Uludag Exporters' Association (UTIB), this is the largest country pavilion again with around 30 suppliers, and showcases the countryâ€™s best bedding and curtain upholstery fabrics.
Intertextile Shanghai is also known for attracting many of the best domestic suppliers, as well as those from around the world. This yearâ€™s fair features regional Chinese pavilions from Binzhou, Gaoyang, Haining, Huzhou, Nantong, Pujiang, Shaoxing, Tongxiang and Yuhang where buyers can not only explore a world of products, but also discover the latest trends in Chinaâ€™s home textiles market. Two of the larger pavilions this year include Haining Pavilion, the biggest regional pavilion with almost 240 exhibitors participating in 2015. Haining is known as a leading production hub for jacquard, embroidery, terry and high end decorative fabrics. Second of the Yuhang Pavilion featuring a large range of high-end decorative fabrics, a number of the countryâ€™s leading branded upholstery fabrics suppliers can be found here.
Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles â€“ Autumn Edition is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and the China Home Textile Association (CHTA).
In 2014, 1,334 exhibitors and 43,189 visitors joined the event. The fair continues to gain reputation as an ultimate destination for the burgeoning Asia's home textiles market.
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