Sri Lanka at world’s largest consumer goods show ‘Ambiente’

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Art Decor International at Ambiente 2020

After five days charged with energy, the world’s leading trade fair closed its doors. Companies came to Ambiente from all over the world to present their products to the broadest possible international audience.

A total of 4,500 exhibitors from 92 countries showcased their products, and more than 136,000 trade visitors worldwide made their way to Frankfurt. Ambiente 2020 has shown an upward trend, offering the world’s largest selection of ‘Dining, Living and Giving’. 

Sri Lanka has been participating in Ambiente for many years, which has helped a number of industries, such as ceramics, household and decorative items. Sri Lankan exhibitors of ceramics, household and decorative items were located in Hall 6.1, 9.2 and 9.3.

The five Sri Lankan exhibitors at Ambiente 2020 were Ceylon, Art Decoration International, Dankotuwa Porcelain, Gospel House Handicrafts and Selyn Exporters 

Dankotuwa Chief Executive Officer Channa Gunawardana said, “Ambiente is the main fair for us and we had a good fair overall, all our existing buyers came and we are happy with the results.”

Gospel House Managing Director Shiran Karunaratne shared, “It was a good fair and we got good responses overall.”

Art Decoration Director Dilanga Karunaratne was also satisfied with the fair.

The next Ambiente will be held in 2021. Ambiente will also be held in India in March this year.


Ambiente 2020 impacted by coronavirus and Ciara