24 May 2024, 15:19
By Furniture News Oct 26, 2023

Heimtextil 2024 on course for growth

Heimtextil is seeing strong national and global demand across all product segments for its upcoming edition, taking place in Frankfurt am Main from 9-12th January.

More than 2600 exhibitors are set to present their new products, and the global trade fair for home and contract textiles will also see the launch of Econogy, a realignment of sustainable formats in the global Texpertise Network. Econogy aims to standardise the evaluation criteria of all Messe Frankfurt textile events and create cross-fair transparency for resource-saving products and exhibitors.

Heimtextil 2024 has already recorded strong registration figures across all product segments, says Olaf Schmidt, the show's VP textiles and textile technologies: "Heimtextil provides a bundled and therefore efficient market overview of all global trends in the home and contract textiles industry on a central platform over four days. In 2024, we are pleased to be able to intensify this experience with the launch of the new Carpets & Rugs product segment and an increased number of exhibitors." 

Heimtextil will be expanded by two new halls – Hall 5.1 for the aforementioned Carpets & Rugs product segment, and Hall 10.4 for Asian Selection exhibitors in the home textiles segment. Hall 3, which will serve as a creative hub for the Heimtextil Trends 24/25 [see related] and exhibitors from the wall decoration, textile design and textile technology segments, will also be reopened.

A large number of brands and companies have also confirmed their participation in the Smart Bedding product area in Hall 11.0, including Advansa Marketing, Badenia Bettcomfort, Brinkhaus, Heinrich Häussling & Centa Star & Frankenstolz Schlafkomfort, John Cotton, Lenzing, Sasa Polyester, Sanders-Kauffmann, Traumina, Velamen and Wendre.

Photo courtesy Messe Frankfurt Exhibition/Pietro Sutera

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