June 17, 2024
Home Textiles

Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles Marks 30th Anniversary

Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles marks its 30th anniversary with returning pavilions and new product zones and will be held in Shanghai from August 14-16, 2024

With the brand present in China since 1995, increasing market demand, has contributed to the consistent upward trajectory of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles – Autumn Edition.

“By utilising advanced technologies and abundant resources, China has earned its global reputation as one of the major manufacturing hubs for home textile products,” Messe Franfurt said in a statement.

Chinese home textile exports reached over US $4.8 billion in the first two months of 2024, a year-on-year increase of 13.7 percent, demonstrating a welcome recovery.

The country’s huge population, coupled with its increasing per capita textile consumption and home renovation projects, is providing a plethora of business opportunities for international suppliers.

At this special edition, a new product zone will be unrolled for the first time–the Carpets & Rugs Zone.

Set to feature various related products, the rising demand for these floor coverings has prompted the birth of this new featured zone.

Meanwhile, the highly sought-after Designer Studio will return to help buyers achieve product-specific sourcing goals.

Furthermore, with carpets, curtains, sun protection, leather, and many more home textiles all zoned accordingly under one roof, buyers will be able to source efficiently from a full range of products.

The Belgium and Türkiye Pavilions will once again showcase various products, alongside a comprehensive list of domestic exhibitors and multiple standalone international suppliers.

“Successfully organising a trade fair of this scope and scale for three decades has not been without its challenges,” Wilmet Shea, General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd said.

“However, we have always strived to overcome market changes, while adapting to and shaping industry trends, to encourage meaningful, profitable business between exhibitors and buyers,” she added.

“This year we plan to go from strength to strength, offering the best gateway for overseas suppliers to enter the Chinese home textiles market,” Shea stated.

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