Trade Link to launch Salon de Textile

Brussels,BelgiumThe Trade Link Co. will launch Salon de Textile inBrusselsfrom September 7 10 at Tour and Taxis.

“The show will have a strict entry policy for its exhibitors in both the ready-made home textiles and decorative fabrics segments,” said Bill Davis, head of Trade Link, which is organizing the show. “There will be a high quality level of product and presentation and the companies there will be serious about exporting to Europe , not just in terms of quality products but in pre- and post-production activities.” 

Trade Link previously operated Textiles d’Interieur Premiere (TIP) at this time and as of last year also at Tour and Taxis. “The entry details and on-site requirements are so different for Salon from TIP,” Davis explained, making the new event more than just a name change. “The companies will be pre-selected by Trade Link and the steering committee.” 

Among the companies already committed to Salon are Boelaert & Moens, Texco BV, Textile Bonding Ltd., Universal Overseas Ltd., and Zhejiang Shengli Textile Co. 

Salon will have frequent, free shuttle service from the center city hotels to Tour and Taxis as well as to the Heysel Exhibition Center where Decosit will be taking place.

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