Casablanca International Fairground, just located at the heart of the North African trade route and Moroccan Economy, hosts International Home Textile Fair, Morocco from 10-12 March 2015 along with 21 year old expertise of Pyramids Group.

Home Textile Morocco will become the new meeting hub of North Africa region, attracting the attention of thousands of home textile professionals worldwide being the gate of MENA to Europe.

Exhibit At Hometex Morocco

Three reasons to exhibit here?

  • Casablanca being the biggest city and the port of Morocco, holds the %80 of Moroccan Trade Volume.

  • Morocco, where fabric import is exempt from tax, imports high volume of textile which accelerates the export.

  • %85 of the sector is small and medium sized enterprises which make Morocco a very flexible environment for placing orders according to the home textile trend settings.

Morocco Hometex

What is your exhibitors profile?

Our exhibitors profile includes: Curtains & Tulles, Bed linen & Blanket, Furniture &Upholstery, Kitchen Textiles, Bathroom Products, Carpet, Wall& Floor Covering, Solar& Protective Materials, Design Studious, Technology, Services, Contract, Raw Materials& Textile Inputs, Trade publications

Home Textile Fair In Casablanca

Three reasons to visit this trade show.

Morocco is one of the best places for investment activities by the specialties of;

  • 5th largest economy of Africa

  • Abundant and inexpensive labor force

  • B2B Meetings and Buyers Delegations from Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Russia and CIS Countries.

Casablanca Trade Fair

What is your visitors profile?

Our visitor profile includes Importer, exporter, manufacturer, wholesaler& distributors, agents, buying offices, department store, chain and specialty store, design & lifestyle store, interior designers , media

Trade Fairs In Morocco

What is the TOP 5 trade shows of this sector in your country? Or worldwide?

In Turkey:

  • EVTEKS
  • HOMETEX

Worldwide:

  • HEIMTEXTIL
  • INTERTEXTILE
  • MOOD
  • MAISON OBJECT

Home Textile Morocco

Hometex First Edition