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The 2023 edition of Heimtextil, an international scale trade exhibition for residential and commercial textile products, officially opened at the Messe Frankfurt exhibition center on Tuesday (10/1). The four-day exhibition showcased various innovations in textile interior design. Sustainability is the theme of this year's event.

"Trade shows are a business model that has an impact, both for global partnerships and for the environment," said Detlef Braun, member of the Executive Board of Messe Frankfurt GmbH, at the exhibition's opening ceremony.

More than 400 Chinese companies from various sub-sectors also participated in the expo.

First held in 1971 with 679 exhibitors, Heimtextil has grown to become a leading event in the textile industry. This year, more than 2,200 international exhibitors from 58 countries and regions presented their latest products and innovations.