Intertextile Shanghai to Expand Show Area

SHANGHAI--The Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles 2010 trade fair has been enlarged from nine to 10 halls in the Shanghai New International Expo Centre here.

Scheduled for Aug. 24-26, the show is a key sourcing venue for home textiles. Retailers that have confirmed that they will attend the trade fair include Target and IKEA, according to a statement from Messe Frankfurt, owner and manager of the show. This year's show will include a 40 percent increase in the size of the Taiwanese and Turkish pavilions--the latter of which will highlight brands such as Verdi, Vanelli, Demor, Elvin and Guleser, the statement said.

Along with Messe Frankfurt, the show's organizers include The Sub-Council of Textile Industry and the China Home Textile Association.

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