Messe Frankfurt Features

Logo HeimtextilIn co-operation with Messe Frankfurt Textination presents different issues and press releases
of various fairs and exhibitions:


Bettwaren und Bettwäsche HeimtextilHeimtextil 2018: the Thursday of the trade fair is all about the hotel industry
A focus on housekeepers: guided tours, lectures and events

Bed linen, towels, tablecloths – in hotels, household textiles are a fundamental component of the furnishings and part of the everyday workload. They must meet the highest standards, both in terms of aesthetics and touch as well as in terms of quality and functionality. They must be easy to clean, odour-repelling, robust and ideally  ustainable at the same time. Heimtextil in Frankfurt, the largest trade fair for home and contract textiles, will not only be presenting a unique variety of textiles for use in hotels from 9-12 January 2018, but the event will also be targeting the experts in the hotel business, housekeepers, and offering them an exclusive service.

Lectures and networking
On Thursday 11 January 2018, the lecture programme at Speaker's Corner (hall 8.0, D 45) will be devoted to the hotel industry. Here, housekeepers and managers from the hotel business will be able to inform themselves about current specialist topics. Nick Littlehales, international elite sports sleep coach, who advises the football star Cristiano Ronaldo among others, will give insights into the interplay of sleep and sport in his talk entitled “Redefining Sleep in World Sport” at 1 p.m.  ... more

Heimtextil 2018: Theme Park showcases the megatrend of urbanisation
Experience it yourself, design it yourself: multi-sensory installation makes 2018/19 trends tangible
Global pioneers and start-ups present trailblazing projects

Entitled “The future is urban”, visitors to the Theme Park at Heimtextil from 9-12 January 2018 can expect a multi-sensory experience. With the elaborate installation in hall 6.0, Messe Frankfurt will convey the megatrend of urbanisation to the textile industry in a targeted manner and make the practical aspects tangible. ‘Our trend area has long since become the showpiece of Heimtextil. It presents the colour and material trends of the coming season and shows real future prospects for our industry: from textile innovations for interior design to progressive production processes’, says Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies at Messe Frankfurt. In addition to the impressive trend show, the trade fair special also offers interactive room situations and current projects by international first movers.. ... more

Theme Park Heimtextil

Produkte HeimtextilHeimtextil 2018: Large range of ready-made products
Halls 8 to 11: bathroom textiles, bed linen, bedding, mattresses, table and kitchen linen
New: textiles and accessories for animals

The upcoming Heimtextil (9-12 January 2018) in Frankfurt am Main will sparkle with a wide range of finished products. In Halls 8 to 11, bed dealers, wholesalers and online retailers, boutique operators as well as buyers and housekeepers from the hotel industry will find a wide selection of ready-made products. ‘Almost 1,500 international manufacturers will present their new collections from the bed, bath and table segments on nine hall levels. This means that Heimtextil now offers the world's largest selection of bed linen and bedding, mattresses, bathroom textiles and table and kitchen linen’, says Meike Kern, Director Heimtextil/Messe Frankfurt.

New: “All about pets” presents textiles and accessories for animals
The number of exhibitors that include textiles for animals in their portfolio has grown steadily over a number of years. Heimtextil is meeting this growing interest for the first time in January by providing an area for textiles and accessories for animals in Galleria 0. “All about pets” offers beds for dogs and cats, pillows, cosy blankets and much more. Darling Little Place and Studio am Meer (both Germany), Lex & Max (both Netherlands) and Volentis (Switzerland) will be present. ... more

Heimtextil 2018: The world's most important platform for furnishing and upholstery fabrics
Additional hall level 4.2 expands offer for furnishing and upholstery fabrics
Textile solutions for architects gaining in relevance

Stoffe HeimtextilThe product range for furnishing and upholstery fabrics will be significantly expanded once again at Heimtextil 2018. The world's leading trade fair for home and contract textiles has seen a strong increase in the number of high-quality suppliers of furnishing and upholstery fabrics in recent years. This development will continue in 2018. Heimtextil, which takes place from 9-12 January 2018, is thus further expanding its leading position as the industry's most important international meeting place. Heimtextil presents upholstery and decorative fabrics on a total of five hall levels (3.0,3.1,4.0,4.1 and 4.2). The newly added Hall 4.2 will again expand the range of products and services in this segment from 2018 onwards.

In hall 4, more than 400 manufacturers will be exhibiting their wares, among them international names such as Deltracon and Muvantex from Belgium and Tali from Italy. Top brands such as Archroll, Bill Beaumont Textiles and Chess Designs from the UK, Blom Lina Maria from Finland, Cancelli from Italy, Erotex from Israel, Green Street Fabrics from Belgium, Pro Loom from Germany, Samac from Italy, Sankrin World and Textil Roig from Spain will also be exhibiting for the first time at Heimtextil 2018. ... more