HVG Decorative Fabrics and Films a gold sponsor at the ACASPA Expo
HVG Decorative Fabrics and Films is a gold sponsor at this month’s ACASPA Expo, the annual event of the Australian Canvas and Synthetic Products Association.
One of four gold sponsors at the event, HVG’s participation is part of an ongoing push to increase its profile and presence in the decorative and industrial fabrics market.
HVG Fabrics plans to showcase its latest range of fabric solutions for the domestic and commercial shade, blind and awning as well as agricultural, marine and transport markets.
HVG will display the full range of decorative fabrics and films including the Visiontex outdoor awning mesh, EASISLIP window films and Nautolex marine-grade vinyls.
Visiontex is a PVC coated, high tensile polyester mesh, ideal for applications such as outdoor mesh awnings, drop blinds, marine canopies, lightweight sails and umbrellas.
EASISLIP is a high quality Japanese PVC film suitable for internal and external applications while Nautolex is a patented seat vinyl with abrasion and stain-resistant properties for outdoor marine and commercial seating applications.
HVG Fabrics’ eye-catching stand will also spotlight its industrial fabric solutions including the Tarpee Polyfabric, a premium Japanese-woven PE fabric for grain, shelter and structure covers as well as dam liners, poultry curtains and tent flooring.
HVG’s stand will also display products such as the Flex PVC for outdoor, agricultural, industrial and transport applications as well as the Extrablock Shadecloth for commercial and domestic shade sails.
HVG Industrial Fabrics’ Business Manager, John Wood says that the ACASPA Expo is a great opportunity for the brand to display its entire portfolio of fabric products under one roof.
A corporate video by HVG Fabrics will also be screened during the 2011 Awards for Excellence Dinner, which will close the event on 25 July.
HVG Fabrics will be showcasing their fabric products at ACASPA Expo 2011 at Stands 75 and 84 at Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre from 23 July to 25 July.