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Chinese industrial cities showcased

January, 2016

Three specialised industrial cities were represented at the China Homelife Exhibition which took place recently at the Dubai World Trade Centre. 

Nantong, renowned for its home textiles, Xioxing, for fabrics, and Anji, for office furniture, were represented by well-known manufacturers showcasing their products at the exhibition, said a statement from the event.

Visitors were presented with the latest global trends and had the opportunity to source world class quality products, the statement added.

Nantong, claimed to be the world’s third largest home textile product distribution centre and the home textile capital of China had over 100 exhibitors who displayed a range of products including bed linen, hotel textiles and towels.

Xioxing, which is driven by the fabric trade, has a large Arabian presence and therefore strong trade links with the Arabian region. The city was represented by 150 exhibitors showing off the latest of textiles as well as the garment manufacturing sector.

The city of Anji which specialises in office furniture with an emphasis on office chairs also had 50 companies displaying the most up-to-date styles in chairs.

With over 50,000 products being showcased, the China Homelife Exhibition is the largest China sourcing event in the region, officials said.

CEO of event organiser MEOrient International Exhibition, Binu Pillai, said that their priority was to ensure that visitors were able to source only the best products at the show.

“We have worked very hard to ensure that the manufacturers present at the exhibition meet the current needs of buyers visiting the show,” he added. “This year the representation from Nantong, Xioxing and Anji are a clear cut indication of world class products being displayed as they are not only ranked very high within the China market, but are also global players who understand the need for quality products along with fulfilling the varied requirements to suit different markets.”




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