Zow, the supplier fair for the furniture and interiors industry, will be held from 4 to 6 February 2020 in the Lippe town of Bad Salzuflen − in the middle of one of the world’s largest furniture industry clusters – and with regard to the kitchen industry, right in the heart of this global standard-setting sector.
The list of exhibitors that will enliven the 2020 edition has been made known just in recent days by https://english.zow.de/exhibitors-and-products/exhibitor-index/exhibitor-index-23.php and will be continuously updated until the opening of the gates. Represented all the sectors of the industry, starting from the “Materials & Nature” segment, which will propose surfaces, wood, veneers, borders, adhesives, decorative thanks to the presence of names like Alpi, Impress, Interprint, Hornschuch Continental, Möbelfolie Biesenthal, Gizia, Jowat, Kleiberit, Latho Components, Sherwin-Williams, Fritz Becker, Hwb, Sperrholz Schweitzer, Danielmeyer, HQ-Leimholzprofi, LignaDekor or Swiss Krono. Particularly appreciated by the “giants” is the Zow formula, which promotes limited-sized stands and does not force exhibitors to make significant efforts both in terms of set-ups and investment.
Also in the “Function & Components” area there are many prestigious presences that will offer solutions for lighting, decoration, functional hardware, components and semi-finished products. The plastic elements as well will count on significant shareholdings.
And then space for events and in-depth analysis, as a tradition at Zow and, more generally, at the “Koelnmesse” exhibitions. The theme of “lightweight construction” returns to the spotlight in Bad Salzuflen, with special presentations that will also animate the other “strong theme” of the event, namely the “Tiny Spaces“, the small living spaces increasingly widespread and appreciated above all in urban contexts, spaces that maintain the quality of comfort and functionality unaltered, thanks to a series of products and solutions able to “give more life” to even smaller contexts.
And last but not least, the next meeting of the Amk’s (Mannheim) working group “Standardisation & Technology” will take place there. The Amk represents the interests of the entire German kitchen sector. Around 150 experts from the association’s member companies are active in working groups and develop potential solutions for issues that are of key importance for the kitchen industry as a whole. The Zow location has been carefully chosen because the bulk of the German kitchen furniture industry is located in the surrounding region of southern Lower Saxony and the northern part of Westphalia-Lippe. It is therefore only natural for Amk experts to exchange information about the latest product developments directly on site, gain new insights and be involved in the discussion with Zow exhibitors in the ongoing innovation cycle.