Heimtextil India Sold Out

heimtextil IndiaMUMBAI-Heimtextil India, which will hold its inaugural show from June 19-21 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, is already sold out, according to show owner and organizer Messe Frankfurt.

A statement from the company said both new and leading brands have confirmed their participation in the show. The show also has the support of the Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts. Exhibitors will include vendors of bedding, bath products, table linens, kitchen textiles, window treatments, furniture fabrics, floor coverings and wallcoverings.

In addition, Heimtextil India will highlight innovations in digital fabric printing. The show will host the South Asia Digital Textile Conference, a one-day event in which industry executives will discuss international trends and recent developments in digital technology.

The show is scheduled to run along with Ambiente India, which will also make its debut on the same dates.

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