Messe Frankfurt: Heimtextil 2013 Almost Fully Booked

FRANKFURT, Germany-With months to go before the doors open, Heimtextil 2013, the international trade fair for home and contract textiles in Germany, is almost fully booked, according to show owner and organizer Messe Frankfurt. Moreover, several exhibitors are returning to Heimtextil after a period of absence.

"Even at this early stage, we can say that Heimtextil 2013 will be an exceptional event - with numerous top companies that are either making their debut or returning after a break," said Olaf Schmidt, vice president, textiles and textile technologies, Messe Frankfurt. "The current registration level gives us good ground to take an optimistic view of the future and underscores the positive developments in the sector."

Heimtextil will take place Jan. 9-12, 2013.

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