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Latest trends on show at Busworld

At last month’s Busworld bus and coach exhibition held in Brussels, Belgium, Lantal Textiles showed its new Conceptual Forecast collection as well as extensions to the Essentials Stock collection.

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Lantal’s lightest aircraft carpets yet

Highlights of Lantal Textiles’ stand at last month’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany, included the new Conceptual Forecast collection and the lightest carpets the Switzerland-based company has developed and qualified so far.

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Unique designs and new carpets for railways

Lantal Textiles has added new qualities to its carpet portfolio for railways, including the introduction of printed carpets.

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Lufthansa wins German Design Award 2018

The interior of Lufthansa’s A350 Economy Class won the German Design Award 2018 in the Excellent Product Design – Transportation category.

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Trend collections for bus interiors

Lantal Textiles showed new seat cover designs for the interiors of city and intercity buses and tour coaches alongside innovative products as well as visualisation techniques at last month’s Busworld in Kortrijk, Belgium.

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New generation of hybrid carpets for the aircraft market

Lantal’s latest-generation hybrid carpets have been optimised with respect to weight and wear. They are said to combine the best properties of wool and polyamide: the wool fibre assures a good appearance while the polyamide fibre improves the carpet’s resilience.

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Acquisitions set Lantal on road to expansion

In 2016, Lantal Textiles generated consolidated sales of CHF103.2m, a rise of 6.7% over the previous year.

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Lantal offers EN 45545-2 compliant products

Lantal Textiles presented its latest line-up of products at last month’s InnoTrans in Berlin, Germany, under the motto “ready for EN 45545-2”. The Switzerland-based company offers all-in-one interior solutions for trains, trams, buses and aircraft.

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