Americans and Africans flocked into CNR Mobilya
CNR Mobilya appeared on the stage with the enormous interest of Americans and Africans. International visitors constituted 60 percent of the total visitor number on the first day of the exhibition, lasting until 18:00 on Sunday, August 8.
CNR Mobilya boosted the morale of the domestic exhibitors, intending to enhance their trading activities via the exhibition. Particularly Americans and Africans flocked into the exhibition and attracted broad attention.
The world’s biggest furniture only and Turkey’s only international furniture exhibition, CNR Mobilya – 17th International Istanbul Furniture Fair, opened its doors to exhibitors and visitors. Drawing great interest as the first exhibition organized in the post-pandemic era, the exhibition was flocked particularly by Americans and Africans. International buyers constituted 60 percent of the total visitor number on the first day of the exhibition.
CNR Mobilya, ranked among the world’s top exhibitions dedicated to furniture on figures, welcomes more than 1.600 domestic and international brands from 135 countries and over 150 thousand buyers. The exhibition captures attention with the buyer delegations from America and Israel this year. One of the world’s major furniture manufacturers, China, has undermined its image and trust during the pandemic era, which has resulted in many countries, such as the USA and Israel, preferring Turkey for their trade activities. The USA, performing annual furniture import of 60 billion dollars and naming Turkey as the new trade base, will conclude new and long-lasting trade agreements at CNR Mobilya.
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