With the presence of 231 exhibitors, Pakistan has become the 4th largest country to participate in the Heimtextil 2020 Trade Fair that started in Frankfurt (Germany) on Tuesday, January 7.
“Pakistan is the 4th largest country at the show after Germany, China, and India,” said a press statement received here.
The 50th edition of Heimtextil, the international trade fair for home and contract textiles once again sparkled with the world’s largest product range for textile interiors and its unique presentation of the hottest trends, according to a press statement.
This year, 3,041 exhibitors from 65 countries exhibited an increase in the number of visitors each day. From Pakistan, 231 exhibitors are participating directly as well as through the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP).
Meanwhile, the participants have expressed satisfaction over the arrangement of the exhibition. Shaiq Jawed from J.K. Spinning Mills and Executive Committee All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) said that the fair was going well as there were many more visitors this time, expressing the hope that they would get more orders from this edition.
Likewise, Waqas Ali from Best Exports and Executive Committee Pakistan Textile Exporters Association (PTEA) said that Heimtextil fair provided an opportunity to Pakistani businessmen to deal with new customers, engage with existing ones and share business details with them.
“Heimtextil grows every year, which allow us to meet our existing and potential customers as it’s the best place to make business contacts,” said Farhat Ullah Sheikh from Magna Processing and Executive Committee Pakistan Textile Exporters Association (PTEA) said
Kashif Shahzad from H.A.R. Textile Mills and Executive Committee Pakistan Textile Exporters Association (PTEA) expressed pleasure over the show which he said would provide them an opportunity to target not only European buyers but buyers from the world.
Moin A. Razzak from Hasham Towel and Executive Committee Towel Manufacturers’ Association of Pakistan (TMA) said that it was the key fair which definitely would help improve textile exports from Pakistan.
“It’s a big platform for those who have huge business as a number of buyers from all around the world can be seen under one roof,” said Haroon Shamsi from Shaheen Industries and Executive Committee Towel Manufacturers’ Association of Pakistan (TMA).