Heimtextil: Fibers, Yarn, outdoor fabrics and...
Heimtextil

Fibers, Yarn, outdoor fabrics and sustainability

(Source: Messe Frankfurt)
(Source: Messe Frankfurt)

Natural, synthetic or blended. Elastic, durable and functional: In hall 4.0, the upcoming the international trade fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil 2023, in Frankfurt/Germany from January 10-13, 2023, offers a comprehensive range of fibers and yarns as well as finished decorative and upholstery fabrics, from the preliminary stage to textile finishing. Already established suppliers from the fiber and yarn segment will be bundled with new exhibitors in hall 4.0 and presented centrally.
»With this compact product range, we are responding to an increasing need among manufacturers and retailers: being enabled to shape product development as early as the preliminary stage. A holistic view in the design process is becoming increasingly important – especially for upholstered furniture, which is subject to ever more sustainable as well as functional demands, starting with the fiber.«
Bettina Bär, Director Heimtextil for the home textiles sector
Over 2,200 international exhibitors from 50 countries have registered for the event. The internationality of the event is also remains high. Thematically, the overall theme of sustainability will also be clearly visible at Heimtextil 2023. With the exhibitor guide, "Green Directory" as well as the "Green Village", that offers a platform for discussion with the seal providers, Heimtextil offers important points of orientation. The trade fair tours "Green Tours" will also once again take interested visitors to curated exhibitors to learn more about their sustainability strategy and their products. The "Future Materials Library" will also be presented again as part of the Trend Space at Heimtextil 2023.

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