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International spotlight shines on returning Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles 2023

02/07/2023 04:02 PM
As the first Autumn Edition to be held in the wake of China lifting many of its pandemic-related border restrictions, the three-day fair will gather around 1,000 international and domestic exhibitors.
Following a strong start at the Spring Edition of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles early this year, global industry players have turned their sights to the next international event in August. As the first Autumn Edition to be held in the wake of China lifting many of its pandemic-related border restrictions, the three-day fair will gather around 1,000 international and domestic exhibitors. Traders looking to meet market demand will be able to source from an extensive range of trending and specialised home and contract textile products from 16 – 18 August 2023. Widely considered one of Asia’s most comprehensive industry platforms, Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles – Autumn Edition 2023 is expected to fill 100,000 sqm plus of floor space across four halls at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).

According to a recent market report, the global home textile market is expected to show a CAGR of 5.6% from 2023–2028 to reach USD 174.1 billion by the end of the forecast period. Asia-Pacific has dominated the global market in recent years, with China one of its most significant contributors.

As the global manufacturing hub for home textiles, China is graduallyrecovering from social and business disruptions caused by the pandemic.Speaking at the recent Spring Edition, Ms Rosemary Li, Domestic SalesManager of Zhangjiagang Coolist Life Technology Co Ltd, a long-timeexhibitor specialised in bio-based and functional bedding products, said:“Since China relaxed its pandemic-related control and preventionmeasures, after Chinese New Year we have been flooded with orders.With both domestic and export orders increasing, it has been almostimpossible for the production line to fulfil the order demand.”

While the spring show’s promising visitor flow was a positive start to the Chinese home textile industry’s post-pandemic era, a higher participation of overseas exhibitors and buyers is expected at the upcoming Autumn.

The return of special zones and international pavilions

Later this year in Shanghai, exhibitors will showcase their most up-to-date home and contract textile products bedding & towelling, rugs, table & kitchen linen, upholstery & curtain fabrics, editors, home textile technologies and textile design. With a wealth of choices for buyers, several show highlights are listed below:

- Editor & Designer Zone: located in hall 5.1, the zone will feature international, high-end editor and designer brands brought by leading exhibitors J&C, Julai, Qianbaihui, Prestigious, ShanghaiLotus, SohoCut, Yada, and more.
- Country and region pavilions: premium suppliers fromBelgium, Türkiye and Taiwan (China) will exhibit quality productsin their designated pavilions in hall 6.1.

- Textile Designs: textile design studios from Japan, Portugal andTaiwan (China), namely Amilia Design Studio, Fine Art Inc andTela's Design Lda, will also showcase their seasonal designs inhall 6.1.

Adding to buyers’ sourcing options, a multitude of domestic players from different categories will also showcase their respective products.Highlighted exhibitors include top curtain and curtain fabric suppliers Fu-Tex, Hangzhou Aico, Hexin and Xiaoxuanchuang; bedding suppliersCoolist, Huizhou Wah Shing and Yantai North Home; as well as Hightex, Huatex, Maya and Suzhou Roufang from the upholstery and sofa fabric sector.

Fairgoers can also learn more about the upcoming global trends and designs by visiting the ‘2023 – 2024 Intertextile International Lifestyle Trend’ area. In aid of this, Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles has joined forces with NellyRodiTM, the renowned French forecasting agency, to present the design theme for 2023 – 2024: ‘ALIVE’. HUMAN CAPITAL, ROUSING COMMITMENT and UNREAL REALITIES are the theme’s three main trends. Mr Shen Lei from the trend committee will be onsite to share his insights on the upcoming trends in an exclusive seminar for fairgoers. For industry players wanting to acquaint themselves with these new directions ahead of time, the digital trend guide is available here.

Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles – Autumn Edition is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and the China Home Textile Association (CHTA).

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