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Trevira joint booth at Heimtexteil 2020. © Trevirea GmbH

24/08/2020 – Heimtextil 2021

Heimtextil 2021

No Trevira CS joint booth

As a result of the uncertainties brought about by the coronavirus crisis, Trevira has decided that it will not take part in Heimtextil (12 – 15 January ... By  Editorial staff

Anke Vollenbröker, Director Marketing & Business Development Trevira: "After the vacation time in September we are expecting more orders again." © Trevira

24/07/2020 – Factory Guben

Factory Guben

Trevira Production restarted

According to Trevira GmbH, the production at the factory in Guben has been restarted after a three weeks break. By  Editorial staff

Heimtextil 2021 once again expects numerous international visitors. © Pietro Sutera, Messe Frankfurt

24/07/2020 – Initial impetus for the restart of business

Initial impetus for the restart of business

The industry is relying on Heimtextil 2021

Leading representatives from the home textiles industry view the upcoming Heimtextil (12-15 January 2021) as a decisive for future business activities. By  Editorial staff

The DecoTeam’s trend theme “colourful” demands attention with bold primary colours and versatile combinations. © Saum & Viebahn

01/07/2020 – Decorative and upholstery fabrics

Decorative and upholstery fabrics

Top trend sustainability

The interior trends this year is all about “colour – luxury – functionality” with sustainability at the top of the agenda. By  Editorial staff

Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies at Messe Frankfurt: “The very good number of registrations and the concentration of industry participants at the trade fair gives us incredible momentum.” © Messe Frankfurt/Pietro Sutera

07/05/2020 – Heimtextil 2021

Heimtextil 2021

Positive feedback

Heimtextil from 12 to 15 January 2021 in Frankfurt is proving very popular: more than 95 percent of the space occupied last time has now been booked. By  Editorial staff

The 50th edition of Heimtextil provided strong stimulus for the new furnishings season. 63,000 visitors came to get information on the major issues for the international sector from 2,952 exhibitors at the world’s leading trade fair for home and contract textiles. © Messe Frankfurt/Pietro Sutera

19/02/2020 – Sustainability and high value

Sustainability and high value

The issues of the future dominated at Heimtextil 2020

The sustainability was a central thread that ran through the entire event at Heimtextil 2020. Change is gaining momentum! By  Editorial staff

There was general consensus among exhibitors at Heimtextil that the trade war, which has been raging for the past two years and can only end by mutual agreement, has wreaked havoc in world trade. © Akarat Phasura/stock.adobe.com

12/02/2020 – Heimtextil


Ceasefire in the trade war

Despite the first agreement, the US-China trade war has not yet been settled. At Heimtextil Frankfurt there was talk of a “ceasefire”. By  Manik Mehta, New York