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SCM, Italian leader for secondary woodworking technologies, confirms its decades-long commitment to the Italian and European markets participating at the 58th international Salone del Mobile furniture exhibition (Milan-Rho, April 9-14, 2019) through three very important initiatives.
The first one sees the Italian company still sponsoring the World Furniture Outlook 2019 (10 April at 11.00 AM) promoted by CSIL in order to provide an overview of the global furniture market with historical statistical data (production, consumption, imports, exports) and forecasts for 100 countries.
Interprint proved its reliable feel for interior design trends and zeitgeist with its decor selection presented at the HUB Interior Festival in November 2018. The designs selected for the event were greatly appealing to the HUB visitors.
The trend statements of the large flagship trade fairs for interior design, IMM Cologne and Heimtextil in January 2019, confirmed that Interprint is on the right track with its decor recommendations.
A production system made up of more than 250 relevant companies with nine thousand employees, for a total turnover of 2.5 billion euro in 2018, 70 of which represented by export.
This is a very concise description of the Italian production of machinery, technology, automation and accessories for the processing of wood and wood-based materials, an industry where Acimall is a primary actor, as the association which - within the national industry federation Confindustria - gathers over 150 member companies accounting for more than 80% of Italian production.
Biesse Group celebrates 50 years of innovation and technology, with an unwavering focus on the future
Biesse Group celebrates 50 years of innovation and technology, remembering half a century of history and success, with a strong focus on the future. In 1969, Biesse machines revolutionised the furniture market, with solutions that served to set new technological standards in the industry.
In just a few years, the company became an integral component and driving force within the Italian furniture district, conquering the entire national territory.
The annual Export Furniture Exhibition (EFE) returns to the popular Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) in March 2019. It is an opportunity to see some of the best furniture manufacturers in the world in one venue
The global furniture sector is in continuous transformation, with the emergence of new markets, the constant evolution of retailing channels, the appearance of fast-growing suppliers on the scene and new rules affecting international trade. This is the scenario where companies compete and formulate development strategies.
The World furniture Outlook Seminar is a unique occasion to gather comments on the key issues regarding production, consumption and trade of the major industrial economies worldwide and to present CSIL forecasts.
17th edition of CSIL Seminar World Furniture Outlook
April 10th, 2019 (h 11.00 - 12.30)
Fiera Milano Rho Congress Centre, Meeting Room AQUARIUS.
CSIL partner Mauro Spinelli presented the results of the survey “Office furniture features and workplace trends 2019-2020” at the Officelayout Meeting – OLMeet 2019 held in Milan on February 19th.
More details on the event (Italian language) at https://www.soiel.it/eventi/2019/OLMeet-2019-milano/area-visitatori/contenuti
The 43rd edition of CIFF (China International Furniture Fair), divided into two phases, will be held in Guangzhou from 18 to 21 March and from 28 to 31 March 2019.
The theme of the new edition will be "Platform of first choice for launch of new products and trade"
The mattress industry is changing and among the main trends impacting this sector, it is worth to mention the increasing importance of online sales and the research in innovative materials.
Source: CSIL “The world mattress industry", July 2018, XV Edition
Romania plays a key role in the European upholstered furniture sector, ranking fourth in export and fifth in production of this segment. In 2017 Romanian companies manufactured upholstered furniture for a value of about EUR 670 million, increasing by nearly 50% in the time frame 2012 - 2017.
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