As Asia’s largest and most comprehensive trade fair in woodworking machinery, furniture production and interior decor, the next edition of Interzum Guangzhou will be held from March 28th to 31st, 2017 at the China Import and Export Fair (Pazhou Complex) located in its namesake city.
The event will continue to serve as a world-class "one-stop" trading platform for the furniture manufacturing industry, attracting the participation of over 1,200 companies, including group organizers from Germany, Turkey, Chile, South Korea, the United States/Canada, Malaysia Timber Council, American Hardwood Export Council, Canada Wood and Swedish Wood.
Among them, the upholstery and bedding zone for international exhibitors will be showcased in a dedicated 3,000-square meter space in Hall 12.1. Some of the renowned brands to be featured include Duerkopp, Pfaff, Adler and Xi'an Typical from Germany; Alfa and Robatech from Switzerland; Comfytex, Veysel and Metal Matris from Turkey as well as Baomo and Meixin, who will present their latest machinery and solutions for mattress production, cutting and sewing as well as mattress accessories and pneumatic components. Following advancements in global processing and manufacturing technology of upholstered furniture, manufacturing capabilities of the industry have been greatly enhanced with increasing market demand.
From the domestic market, China's growing urban population is expected to bring about considerable room for development. With the continuous and steady growth of the country’s economy, coupled with increasing disposable income and consumers’ demand for higher quality of life, more attention is paid to the quality of the products. Going forward, manufacturers of upholstered furniture will need to increase their investment in brand development, design and “going green” to cater to demands for high-quality products. The use of top-notch technology is believed to be an important manifestation of industry competitiveness, which safeguards quality, and has a direct impact on production costs.