ZOW- Registrations points to a successful edition
Published on :Monday, March 14, 2022
ZOW, the supplier fair for the furniture and interior design industry in Bad Salzuflen, will take place from May 3 to 5 and will move from its regular Hall 20 to Hall 21 this year to make it even more attractive for visitors. “And this move will make the entire event more compact and deliver a better trade fair experience for visitors and exhibitors,” said Maik Fischer, Director of ZOW.
As can be seen by the current exhibitor registrations, this concept is working. In addition to well-known exhibitors such as Häfele, Italiana Ferramenta, Kleiberit, Kröning, Lignadecor, Owi, Salice and Titus, other major companies have recently come on board. With their ZOW presence, they are already ahead of the competition, including manufacturer of solid wood parts Aerzener Bastkunst, sheathing specialist BHK Holz und Kunststoff, edgeband supplier Boyut Plastik Profil from Istanbul, surface specialists Decor Druck Leipzig as well as dekoraPUR, Danish fittings and accessories distributor HT Bendix, distributor HWB Furniere, software developer Imos AG, manufacturer of plastic films Senosan from Austria, Deco-Form with high-quality products made of plastic, and last but not least, Belgian functional fittings expert Van Hoecke.
For more than 25 years, ZOW exhibitors have been providing important impetus in one of the world’s largest furniture industry clusters with their new products for the kitchen, upholstery and home furnishings markets. Exhibitors and visitors alike know the advantages of ZOW’s condensed workshop atmosphere for inspiration and networking, live product development on site and busy ordering activity. Another important benefit of the ZOW industry platform is that it provides the furniture industry a place to find solutions to the procurement and logistics problems caused by the pandemic. ZOW is therefore the ideal platform for companies that stand out with their innovative approaches as well as visitors who are looking for solutions.
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