Exhibitors to Return to Heimtextil

FRANKFURT, Germany-A number of companies are returning to this January's Heimtextil after an absence.

According to a statement from Messe Frankfurt, the trade show's owner and manager, the returnees are Nya Nordiska, SAHCO, Sonnhaus and Vorwerk from Germany; Byron & Byron from Great Britain; Chivasso from The Netherlands; Elitis from France; Engelbert E. Stieger from Switzerland; Fabrics Castello del Barro from Italy; Hijos de Antonio Ferre and Yebane from Spain; Nelen & Delbeke and Ter Molst from Belgium; Penelope from Turkey; and Vamvax/Guy Laroche from Greece.

Messe Frankfurt also said a number of former exhibitors from the household-textiles segment are returning as well. These include Billerbeck Betten-Union from Germany, Grund from the Czech Republic, Luzmonte 2 from Portugal and Marzotto and Zambaiti Concept, both from Italy.

Messe Frankfurt added that the optimized hall structure introduced in this year's Heimtextil will remain in place, with one minor change. The home-engineering product group will move from hall 4.2 to the eastern part of hall 5.1.

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