Ankara Furniture Fair that will be organized in Ankara by CNR Holding affiliate company Istanbul Trade Fairs Inc. and Pozitif Fuarcilik Inc. is getting ready to bring together leading furniture companies from Turkey and all over the World.
We move CNR IMOB ISTANBUL, the biggest international furniture exhibition in Turkey, to Ankara. By means of this exhibition that will be held at Congresium International Convention & Exhibition Centre on area of 20.000 m2 we aim to introduce Turkey and Ankara’s furniture sector to the whole world.
Furniture is the only commodity that takes place in every part of daily life, provides comfort for individual or society, serves to social and cultural needs, directly affects people’s standards of living, used and needed by everyone. Urban transformation projects, population growth, increasing living standards and rising of sector’s export value leads to increase in demand for furniture day by day and directly impacts furniture sector.
Furniture industry due to its entrepreneurial structure that contains continuously exploring of new markets, has come up to 13th place in world’s ranking by means of export attack made in last 10 years. According to Istanbul Chamber of Industry’s Furniture Manufacturing Sector Report, 715 million dollars export of furniture sector in 2005 has raised to 2,2 billion dollars in 2013; the part of the sector in total export has raised to 1.47 percentage.
“SITELER” – HEART OF TURKISH FURNITURE SECTOR…
The fair is going to be organized with the contribution of companies from Ankara’s Furniture Industry Zone “SITELER” and other Turkish cities, and with participation of foreign companies. IMOB ANKARA is meant to be an ideal platform followed by world’s furniture design trends with a wide range of products to be presented.
Ankara has always been an important center of furniture manufacturing. “SITELER” was established in 1960s and nowadays is a big industry zone that operates on the area of 70.000 m2. This zone hosts numerous small and medium sized furniture manufacturers.