Aiming to export 7.5 billion dollars in 2022, the Turkish Home and Kitchenware Industry is at HOST Istanbul between 10-13 March.

The 15th HOST Istanbul, organized by Tarsus Turkey with the support of ZÜCDER, İMMİB and KOSGEB, is included in the Buyer Delegation Program of the Ministry of Commerce. Zekeriya Aytemur, General Manager of Tarsus Turkey, said the Fair will introduce innovative designs and new collections from local home and kitchenware manufacturers to the world. “Thanks to the Overseas Buyer Program implemented by Tarsus Turkey with the support of the procurement committee of the Ministry of Trade, HOST Istanbul will attract many foreign visitors.”

The countdown is on for HOST Istanbul, the spring season’s first global home and kitchenware fair. Opening its doors for the fifteenth time between 10-13 March, the Fair will feature the Ministry of Commerce’s Buyer Delegation Program this year. Thanks to the cooperation of the Istanbul Minerals and Metals Exporters’ Association (IMMIB), which is supporting the Fair within the scope of the Buyer Delegation Program with the foreign trade consultancy of the Ministry, even more high-budget buyers are expected to attend HOST Istanbul. Zekeriya Aytemur, saying that more than 12,000 buyers from nearly 100 countries are expected to attend HOST Istanbul 2022 thanks to these efforts, added that “the intense buyer activity at our Fair will create volume, generating millions of dollars of trade for the Turkish Home and Kitchenware Industry, which aims to increase its exports to 7.5 billion dollars in 2022.”

Manufacturers across Anatolia will introduce their newest collections of home and kitchenware to the world at HOST Istanbul 2022, where the latest innovations in domestically produced table and kitchenware, cooking equipment, plastic household goods and garden accessories, household appliances, decorative home and kitchenware, and electrical household appliances will be exhibited.

For detailed information: www.hostistanbulfair.com