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As Sarikaya Tekstil offers elegant and quality upholstery fabrics


The company produces all kinds of fabrics and offers at competitive conditions.

As an experienced brand in fabric business As Sarikaya is a prestigious name in supplying trendy and quality upholstery fabrics. We spoke with A. Samet Sarikaya, proprietor of the company about their success story.

Would you brief us about the history of your firm?

Established as a proprietary business by A. Samet Sarikaya, our firm then was incorporated in 2015 is AS Sarikaya Textile Co. Inc., chaired by Mr. Sarikaya.

What are there in product portfolio and how large is your capacity?

We produce all type of products as upholstery fabrics. Our monthly capacity is about 50 thousand meters, however we can expand it upon demand we have.

Will you inform us about production facility?

We outsourced the production operations completely; all other operations are done in our premises. Our building is of 2,2 thousand sqm where warehousing, handling and shipping and other operations are carried out. In the near future, we will establish a production facility.

What do you want to say about your export markets and your targets?

We sell mainly to markets in Europe and in the Middle East. In the future, we target to sell to American continent. We started studies to enter these markets.

Are your customers satisfied?

Product quality and timely delivery are our priorities. For us, price comes as third factor to please our customers. We do not compromise on quality and faster delivery.

Do you participate in international fairs?

Naturally, Evteks and Hometex are major events for us and other fairs held in Germany and in Mexico. Fairs are important tool in order to expand the vision of the companies and improve their credibility and dependability in the market. Additionally, they are fruitful commercial platforms in terms of sales figures.

 

 

 

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New trends in furniture are set in Istanbul Furniture Fair (İSMOB)


Furniture follows devices in getting smarter

ismob_logotype_4 - KopyaFurniture trend setter Istanbul Furniture Fair (İSMOB) will surprise its visitors with the power of technology along with classic designs this year. Smart furniture will also stand out in the fair that will be open between January 10 to 15, 2017.

Today, details are of great importance at home where we spend the most valuable times of our lives. Furniture getting smarter with the power of technology along with classic designs at furniture trend setting Istanbul Furniture Fair (İSMOB) will attract the attention of visitors. ISMOB will be hosting its visitors between January 10 to 15, 2017 and furniture characterized with fire resistant, water proof, scratch proof, sun light protected fabric will be exhibited along with classical and modern furniture this year.

Exhibiting a wide range of furniture from living rooms to dining rooms, kids rooms to bedrooms, TUYAP will ensure visitors to comfortably examine the products in 14 halls and 120 thousand square meter exhibition space. ISMOB will also make an indelible impression in the sector with its international hall and will be hosting leading names of furniture in its trend area.

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“URBAN TRANSFORMATION AFFECTS DESIGNS”
TUYAP General Manager İlhan Ersözlü emphasized the fact that urban transformation led to a decrease in living spaces, and noted that furniture models adapted to the transformation. Aout the products to be exhibited during the fair, Ersözlü said: “In 2017, pastel tons will be dominant in furniture. Basic family structure also impacted the designs of homes. Consumers now prefer compact furniture. Seating groups are now replaced with “mix and match” sets. Country style furniture models will be predominant next year. This year in the fair, it will also be possible to see furniture using fire resistant, water proof, sun light protected fabric.”

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İlhan Ersözlü underlined the importance of ISMOB both for the furniture sector and for TUYAP and said “Design of living spaces where we spent the most valuable times of our lives is important for all. That is why furniture should appeal to our bodies and souls. That is why both the sector and the end users follow ISMOB closely.”

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#Istanbul #Furniture #Fair #İSMOB #technology #TUYAP #dining #kids #rooms #bedrooms #living #URBAN

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Home&tex stimulated the industry!  


Domestic and international, 22,134 professionals visited Home&Tex show.

Home&Tex, the most efficient platform for exhibitors and visitors to step into new markets and to establish a bridge for cooperation the countries held between 26 and 29 October, 2016.

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Organized to increase exports of home textiles and decoration sector, HOME & TEX – Home Textile and Decoration Fair was completed at CNR EXPO Yesilkoy. 3 thousand 790 of them are international, a total of 22,134 industry professionals visited the fair. The collections specially prepared for the companies were well appreciated by both the domestic market and international investors. Arab countries in fair were interested in colored, floral, printed print home textiles, while Russians preferred gold and silver tones. By Istanbul Fair A.S., one of CNR Holding Organizations, Home&Tex “Home Textile and Decoration Fair” organized by the Turkish Home Textile Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association (TETSIAD) was held for the 4th time this year.

Domestic and international 22,134 industry professionals visited Home&Tex Fair which exhibited curtains & tulles, accessories, devices, upholstery, bedroom products, kitchen & dining room textiles, towel & bathroom products, decoration products, wall covering and floor covering. 22 thousand 134 industry professionals from domestic and international visited Home&Tex, the most efficient platform for exhibitors and visitors to step into new markets and to establish a bridge for cooperation the countries. Home&Tex Fair hosted buyers from 96 countries, notably from Russia, Germany, France, Italy, North Africa, Turkic Republics, Middle East and Gulf Countries.

Arab countries prefer vivid colors in home textiles
The collection prepared by the firms special for the fair attracted the appreciation by both domestic market and international investors in Home&Tex Fair held in CNR Expo Yesilkoy with the participation of 600 brands. Noting that preferences in home textiles and decorations vary according to the regions, companies point out that cream, earth and blue tones are preferred in home textiles in domestic market, gold and silver tones are preferred in Russia and loose piece pattern and vivid colors are preferred in Arab countries. Stating that Arab countries, especially Saudi Arabia, are very interested in lustrous printed bathrobes, Ozkan Irman, owner of Minteks, said: “We prepared our collections special for fair with multi colored, floral prints and printed prints for our European customers and domestic market in particular. However, Arab countries attached greatest interest in our colorful and floral bathrobes in the fair.”

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Roller blind with red light
Visitors from Muslim countries such as Indonesia, Algeria, Morocco and Libya were very interested in velvet couture. Curtains and home 1478510108_Hometex3textile collections of TAC including trends and innovations were also appreciated in Home&Tex. TAC’s stain-resistant roller blind with red light was met with great success as well. Turkey with its location, where all trade roads are crossing, has to assert the policies for increasing the business volume of the home textile industry by a better using of this advantage. The innovations at this track will effect as a leverage in the sector. Hometex, has been an efficient platform for exhibitors and visitors to step into new markets and to establish a bridge for cooperation with other countries. The popularity of Home&Tex has gained ground around the globe in a short time as in domestic market. The show, where domestic and foreign buyers of home textile and decoration met, was hel over a gigantic area.

Hosting almost 600 exhibitors Home&Tex attracted buyers’ delegations from 92 countries including Germany, France, Russia, Italy, North Africa, Central Asian Turkic Republics and Middle East.

Home&Tex brought together the professionals of importers, exporters, manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, dealers, retail stores and department stores.

 

#Hometex #industry #innovations #international #domestic #CNR_EXPO #EXPO #fair #Home_Textile #Textile #kitchen #bathroom #bedroom

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Contract fabrics from Akarca Textile


Akarca Textile produces fabrics for decorative draperies, having its own designs and works with authoring companies in abroad.

Products that were designed by the company on the patterns purchased from abroad are reinterpreted and than sold to 70 countries for draperies. Irfan Bahadir, General manager of Akarca Textile, located in Bursa, informed about his company and his views on COHO fair.

Birol BahadırWhat is your position in the contract business as Akarca Textile?
We produce mainly fabrics for decorative draperies. Our product range covers varieties such as fabrics for background, for blinding and other kinds demanded by contractors. Actually, we produce fabrics for authoring companies in the world. They offer their collections as a book, and then we make annual contracts with them. We export to 70 countries in total.

How do you develop your products? Do your own patterns interpret in house?
Supply and demand is important in this matter. Mostly we buy patterns from abroad and interpret them in our design studio. The motives are then colored before offering to our buyers. Some of the authoring firms demand us when they saw our patterns in fairs. We may re-interpret some of our motifs for our buyers. We adjust the sizes, colors and structures of patterns as requested.  We do coupon works.

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How are your activities in export markets?
Exporting is a must in our business. You have to follow developments in foreign markets and seek for new motifs, qualities and yarns to produce new offerings for your customers. Our products are exported to European markets, Russia, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan and Thailand, totaling to 70 countries.

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Which markets do you want to enter?
We also were affected negatively by the problems in other sectors in the world. However, our business was not so bad. We headed to American and Canadian markets, rather then European markets. We keep our studies in these markets. But, European market is the most important. Fairs and visiting buyers are important in this regard. We have been in abroad at least three months each year.

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What do you think about the future of your industry?
The sector will maintain its position in the future. Especially our proximity to Europe is important. We can produce every product that has been produced in Italy. We make quality fabrics. The image of Made in Turkey has been settled.

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What do you have to say about COHO fair’s impact on your industry and the future of the fair?
At this first step, we do not expect much but it should be emphasized that the fair will make great strides in the future. It is especially beneficial for businesses in Bursa, because demand in contract business sector is on the rise. I think that, technical fabrics will be on the agenda more in the future. Customers are demanding special fabrics, having certificates for certain specifications, such as flame-resistant, anti-bacterial etc. We are now able to produce these kinds of fabrics in Bursa. So, this is another plus point for this fair. We are going to take our place in COHO fair with our special products used in the hotel industry.

 

#Akarca #Textile #fabrics #contract_business #export #European #market #COHO #fair #industry

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Heimtextil Russia 2016 paves the way for new opportunities for the development of business


2016 edition gave new opportunities for the development of business

The 18th International Trade Fair for Home Textiles, Floor Coverings and Interior Furnishings Heimtextil Russia took place from 20 to 23 September 2016 in Moscow, Russia. The fair was conducted on its traditional grounds in IEC Crocus Expo, Pavilion 1, Halls 3 and 4. The exposition of 15,300 sqm presented 229 exhibitors from 18 countries. This year Heimtextil Russia again celebrates an increase in the amount of visitors: 17,656 professionals of the textile industry visited the show during the four days.2

Fair visitors could see the novelties of home and interior textiles presented by the companies from all over the world: Austria, Bulgaria, China, Egypt, Finland, Georgia, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Portugal, Tunisia, Turkey, Vietnam and others. National pavilions of Germany, China, Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey took part in Heimtextil Russia 2016.

Both visitors and exhibitors of the trade fair noted the quality growth of Heimtextil Russia. The range of the companies participating in the trade fair as well as their presented products proved the image of Heimtextil Russia 3as a professional event of high level, high quality and high standards. The fair also featured an increase of some product groups. Apart from the general exposition of textiles and already traditional pavilion of wallpaper and wall coverings (AdaWall (Turkey), Pina Tekstil (Turkey), SIHL GmbH (Germany), Fuggerhaus (Russia), Zhejiang Lulian Decorative Material (China), Heimtextil Russia 2016 presented for the second year an expanded pavilion of surface design. The pavilion named Design Laboratory featured nine designers and design studios. Another new product group was Digital Print. Within the framework of this group Epson, SMART-T, RussCom Graphics and Textile&Technologies demonstrated the advantages of digital print on fabrics.

4Heimtextil Russia is a specialized event for the professional audience. This year several b2b programs were conducted during the trade fair, where visitors had a chance to meet with company representatives in a business format. B2b program with textile manufacturers from Egypt and Pakistan was conducted in the business lounge. A special project named Heimtextil Russia Online Mania was held at the Heimtextil global booth. It featured representatives of the leading Russian portals on interior design and online shops of home and interior textile.

5Heimtextil Russia 2016 continues to develop the theme of textiles in contract business. The highlight of this year was textile equipment of commercial objects for public catering. These are restaurants, bars, cafes, night clubs and others. Textile product groups used in public catering include kitchen textiles, table decoration, curtains, wallpaper and wall coverings, carpets, furniture upholstery, etc. The fair of Heimtextil Russia 2016 presented a number of companies with a wide assortment of textile products used both for interior decoration of restaurant dining areas as well as for textile equipment of its kitchen area.

The show traditionally supports the main theme of the fair with the annual contest for interior designers, which is also an amazing growth opportunity for young and talented designers.6 The contest this year was named “New Perspectives” and it was dedicated to the best textile decoration of a restaurant, café or bar. INTERIOR + DESIGN magazine was the media partner of the contest; AG Concept, Hellenic Goods, Tefal®, Rondell sponsored the contest prizes. According to the contest conditions, an applicant had to send his project of textile decoration of a restaurant, café or bar in style with Heimtextil 2016/2017 trends. The first stage of the contest was supported by Pinwin.ru. The expert jury board defined three finalists, who became guest designers to decorate a special trend installation at Heimtextil Russia 2016. They were Vladimir Andriuschenko from Krasnodar, Marat Mazur from Saint Petersburg and Marina Sarkisyan from Moscow. During the fair they implemented their vision of table decoration using textile materials provided by the Sponsors of the Trend7installation: Gallery Arben (Russia), Anka (Turkey), Fabreex (Russia), Treartex (Russia), multiSTiQ (Germany), Figurniye Lambrekeny (Russia), Spradling International (Germany), Ernst Feiler (Germany). Vladimir Andriuschenko was recognized as the author of the best decoration, and in January 2017 he will go to the international trade fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil in Frankfurt, Germany. Marat Mazur and Marina Sarkisyan were the second and the third correspondingly. The three winners received many prizes from the sponsors of the contest. Also near the trend installation “New Perspectives” visitors could see a Top 10 Gallery with the 10 best projects defined during the first part of the contest.

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11One of the key events of the fair is Heimtextil Russia Design Academy, which includes multiple projects and expositions. Lectures and seminars dedicated to interior design were conducted in a specially designed trend area, sponsored by TIROTEX textile company. This year the lecture program was divided into several topical groups. The leading designers and decorators spoke about the features of textile equipment for hotels and restaurants; representatives of the successful Russian portals on interior design and online shops for home and interior textiles delivered lectures in the framework of Heimtextil Russia Online Mania project. Our praised guest from Amsterdam,12 designer Anne Marie Commandeur, presented the famous Heimtextil Trends 2016/2017 during the first three days of the fair. And the premiere of Heimtextil Russia was a special exposition named Design Education, dedicated to higher education on interior design in Russia. Fair visitors had an opportunity to meet representatives of Moscow Architectural Institute, Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry, Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute, Institute of Business and Design (B&D) and discuss learning environments, as well as take part in the practical workshops conducted by teachers of institutes throughout the trade fair.

Without doubt, Heimtextil Russia is a brand with its own story. The next edition of Heimtextil Russia will take place on September 20-22, 2017 in Moscow, IEC Crocus Expo.

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Home&Tex, the address of strong business relations


Home&Tex, the only fair comeing to mind in Turkey when home textile and home decoration is mentioned, will be held at CNR Expo, 26-29 October 2016.
The show will host buyer delegations from 92 countries.

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Istanbul Trade Fairs, an affiliate of CNR Holding, is organizing the 4th edition of Home&Tex. It reveals the most covetable names in home fashion with a more enriched content on 26 – 29 October 2016.

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To be realized with the collaboration of Istanbul Trade Fair, an affiliated company of CNR Holding, with TETSIAD (Turkey Home Textile Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association) for the fourth time this year will open many new business and trade opportunities.

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Turkey with its location, where all trade roads are crossing, has to assert the policies for increasing the business volume of the home textile industry by a better using of this advantage. The innovations at this track will effect as a leverage in the sector. Hometex, will be the most efficient platform for exhibitors and visitors to step into new markets and to establish a bridge for cooperation the countries.

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The popularity of Home&Tex has gained ground around the globe in a short time as in domestic market. The show, where domestic and foreign buyers of home textile and decoration will meet, will be held over a gigantic area.

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Hosting almost 600 exhibitors Home&Tex will attract buyers’ delegations from 92 countries including Germany, France, Russia, Italy, North Africa, Central Asian Turkic Republics and Middle East.

Home&Tex will bring together the professionals of importers, exporters, manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, dealers, retail stores and department stores.

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#Hometex #fair #show #home_textile #CNR #TETSIAD

 

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Heimtextil “Theme Park” sparks the spirit of research


 “Explorations” presented as overarching trend theme

 Carlin International/Exalis present the trends for 2017/2018 as well as the design of the new “Theme Park”

Heimtextil 2017 invites us on a journey into the unknown, full of curiosities and fascination. With “Explorations”, the “Theme Park” will provide exactly the right theme for Heimtextil from 10-13 January 2017. A first glimpse of the new furnishing trends for 2017/18 was presented by those responsible for organizing the trade fair in a discussion session transmitted live across the world on 6 September 2016 at the Hotel Lindenberg in Frankfurt. Those present included Natalie Weinmann from the design agency Carlin International/Exalis, responsible for the conception and design of this year’s “Theme Park”. With Anne Marie Commandeur from the Stijlinstituut Amsterdam and Felix Diener from the design studio of the same name, additional members of the Heimtextil Trendtable also took part in the conference and gave their prognoses for textile interior design for the coming season.

The Heimtextil trend experts have examined the disciplines of retail, technology, hospitality, transport, work and home and made numerous new discoveries. Bearing in mind the key phrase “marketing decoding”, the book informs readers which new aspects could be of benefit for companies and their brands in future. Pioneering projects and start-up ideas are presented and creative suggestions and unconventional approaches offered. In doing so, the trend researchers are answering the ambitious call for exploration and the desire to tap into unknown worlds. Creative self-observation and the need to investigate and understand how people function also play an important role. “Based on the theme ‘exploration’, we have looked for materials, textures and elements to bring innovations to life. In doing so, we discovered fabrics that gave rise to surprising combinations when merged with other materials. It is these nine fabrics from unknown worlds that captivate us. At the same time, the natural aspects reveal an unexpected sensuousness,” explains Natalie Weinmann from the design agency Carlin International/Exalis. Both the new trend book that will be presented during the conference and the “Theme Park” at the trade fair invite visitors to carry out their own explorations and discover new production and marketing approaches. An initial overview of the statements provided by the trend researchers is already available online: background information is supplied and design projects presented at www.heimtextil-theme-park.com.

Trade fair highlight “Theme Park” in hall 6.0
As the world’s largest specialist trade fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil functions as a barometer for trends and yardstick for quality textiles with excellent design and innovative functionality. This is why Messe Frankfurt got the Heimtextil trend underway in 1991 and has consistently expanded it ever since. Every year, a Trendtable with international members investigates the most important universal trends and supplies product developers, creative teams, furnishers and designers with valuable advice and reliable trend statements. At Heimtextil 2017, those responsible for organising the trade fair will continue the trend concept and implement the “Theme Park” as the central trend-related and inspirational area of Heimtextil in Hall 6.0. The conception and realisation of this showcase at the trade fair, as well as the design of the accompanying book and new website, will be managed by the French trend agency Carlin International under the leadership of Exalis from Berlin.

Heimtexil Theme Park “Explorations” – Trends 2017/2018 –
an overview of the themes:
Virtual Explorations
1 vitualDigital processes enable a new interpretation of transparency. Thanks to a mother-of-pearl-like shimmer, fabric is brought to life in a vibrant way. Films and silk are reminiscent of reflections in water thanks to dazzling holographic brilliance. Extravagant floral patterns, embroidery, jacquards and lace dominate and give rise to astonishing fascination. A new form of digital exoticism is born. Structures from cell organisms inspire and convey a new understanding of 3D. Organic-animal structures give technical materials a sensuous-poetic flexibility. Colours are lively and reminiscent of water.

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Cultural Explorations
A new urban multiculturalism unfolds: various cultural influences merge to form a unique multinational in-culture. This transformation can also be seen in interiors. A focus on particular cultures is increasingly disappearing. Traditional techniques are being modernized and merged together, resulting in highly modern and luxurious modifications. Pigment colors merge with urban shades to form a universal ethnic look.

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Planetary Explorations
planetary-couleur In an unknown, interplanetary world, raw materials are used and the interior becomes a mineral itself. A new, magical brilliance is extracted from the materials, which are given protective characteristics. From this wealth of materials ariseplanetary-protection-souple material extracts and textures hitherto unknown. New wipe techniques form fine structures of mineral-like delicacy. The principle of controlled chances leads to new kinds of shading. Deliberately voluminous materials are reminiscent of the surface of the moon and serve as soft, protective shells. The color palette plays with light and dark and oscillates between bright white and ash-cultured tones.

Natural Explorations
The way to rediscovering urban aspects takes us through nature. The use of natural materials in industrial natural-couleurmanufacturing processes is more contemporary now than ever before – not least out of respect for our planet. But this isn’t enough: the interior is entering into a symbiosis with nature. Touch is dominated by natural fiber effects such as wood-like reliefs or bark structures. The materials make use of geometric elements in order to imitate the plant world. Details from the animal world are incorporated with the help of textures. This gives rise to camouflage patterns, both original and finished, from the animal and plant world. Intensive green tones mix with colors inspired by tree bark and earth.

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#Heimtextil #Explorations #Theme_Park #fair #technology #hospitality #retail

 

 

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