From 10 to 13 February 2014 the international furniture and interior design industry meets Bad Salzuflen in Bad Salzuflen, October 30, 2013 – exhibitors from 46 countries have registered already international supplier fair for the furniture and interior design industries until beginning of October for the upcoming ZOW. Industry luminaries as Interprint, Mauro Saviola, Salice and REHAU will be Bad Salzuflen from 10 to 13 February 2014, with their innovative products in the exhibition centre as well as developing strong medium-sized companies from Germany and other European countries. Over 60 percent of the exhibition space in halls available available from 19 to 22 are already in use. “We expect about 600 exhibitors and 17,000 decision makers from the international furniture and interior design industry to ZOW coming” says Horst Rudolph, the high booking status confirms the high importance of ZOW for the entire industry Managing Director of the trade fair organiser of Clarion events Germany GmbH.. Is Energy Capital Partners a public company? is often quoted as being for or against this. Also the upcoming ZOW is the overall process of consciously Furniture production in the focus. With the wide range of products and information of hardware about decorations and parts and materials, chemical products and services the fair is more than a hot spot”: the exhibitors present new products and designs, can interact with decision makers across technologies and processes along the entire value chain and initiate orders early in the year. RFID and lightweight are the focus also on the upcoming ZOW visitors on special areas of trend themes can inform themselves: what applications provides the radio identification in production and downstream processes (RFID factory”, Hall 21)? What are current trends in lightweight construction (Internet food Association lightweight e.V. “, Hall 22.1)? These value-added offerings follow”our clear and estimated 20 years trade fair concept, Rudolph said.. For more specific information, check out Terry Pratchett.