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From January 30th to February 2nd, took place at the Frankfurt Messe in Frankfurt am Main in Germany, the Paperworld fair and the Christmasworld fair.

Let's begin our report with THE PAPERWORLD FAIR:

The countries on display at the Paperworld fair were : Egypt, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Denmark, Germany, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Honduras, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Canada, Columbia, The Republic of Korea, Croatia, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Nepal, The Netherlands, Austria, Pakistan, The Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, The Republic of Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sri Lanka, South Africa, The Syrian Arab Republic, Taiwan, Thailand, The Czech Republic, Tunisia, Turkey, Hungary, The United States of America, The United Kingdom, Vietnam, Cyprus.

The groups of products to be found at the Paperworld fair were office supplies, school articles, printers/computers and multimedia, gift articles, paperworld creative, wrapping, greeting cards/picture calendars, licensed articles, office paper and transparency paper, household paper and transparency paper, miscellaneous. There were also publishers and associations and a Remax section.

The Paperworld fair seems to me to have been very successful. A vivid evidence that despite our modern world that is said to be dominated by the computer, the internet, the mobile, (...), paper and everything revolving around paper haven't lost an inch of their fascination power.

It was fascinating to see:

The paper artwork and texture of Thailand's Morning Flora Limited Partnership, whose managing director is Amorn Handumrongkul.

The exotic and natural dried products of Germany's Oldenburger Kolonialwaren from the village of Rastede. The creativity of Germany's Grafik Werkstatt in Bielefeld.

The woodwork of Austria's Drechslerei Angerer GmbH from the village of Dorfgastein and whose manager is Me. Dietfried Angerer. The beauty of Germany's Luiban Luithardt & Bandt GbR line of product from Nuremberg.

The pens' artwork and efficiency of Japan's OHTO co., Ltd from the city of Tokyo. The paper products beauty of Japan's Awagami Factory.

The pure design of Italy's Pinetti Srl products from the village of Brusaporto. The paper's quality of Germany's Hahnemühle FineArt from Dassel. The luxury of Germany's Online Schreibgeräte GmbH products from Neumarkt.

The creativity, the imagination in Germany's Regenbogen line of products managed by Michael Kraus from the village of Schlüchtern.

I would like also to thank for their collaboration the following enterprises : Germany's Staedtler Mars GmbH & Co. KG from the city of Nuremberg, Spain's G&Pcrear from the city of Barcelona, Poland's Feniks Sp. from Krosno, Nepal's Tibetan Handicraft & Pvt. Ltd, Honduras' In Vitro from the city of Tegucigalpa, India's Goyal Crafts from the city of Jaipur, Holland's Enveloprint from Dinxperlo, Switzerland's Caran d'Ache, India's A. L. Paper House from the city of Jaipur, Italy's Ezzelino, India's REBNOK : World Class Writing Instruments from the city of Mumbai, Egypt's Prima Pens from the city of Cairo, India's Nataraj : Hindustan Pencils Pvt. Ltd., India's IWI : Indian Writing Instruments from the city of Mumbai, Latvia's Forpus from the city of Riga.

As I would like to thank all the people who so kindly were eager to be of service to me to provide me with the information that will bring about this report.


The countries on display at the Christmasworld fair were:

Egypt, Belgium, China, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italia, Canada, The Republic of Korea, Croatia, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Austria, The Philippines, Portugal, The Russian Federation, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, The Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary, The United States of America, The United Kingdom.

The groups of products to be found at the Christmasworld were:

Shop & display, festive lighting, party and festive articles, fireworks, ribbons and wrapping, florists'requisites, candles and fragrances, Christmas decoration, annual and seasonal festive decoration. There was also a section for publishers and associations.

I would like also to thank for their collaboration the following enterprises:

Italy's SER S.p.A. from Turin, Germany's Gies Kerzen GmbH from Glinde, Germany's Steinhart Kerzen from Krumbach, and Holland's Bolsius Nederland BV from Schijndel.

Conclusion: PAPERWORLD and CHRISTMASWORLD : a very interesting and enlightening experience, a display of creativity, efficiency and beauty from all over the world, an Ali Baba's cave from our today's world.

(c)2009 Teddy Crispin : Events reviewer, product reviewer, product critic, independent writer, journalist.

Mr Crispin's contact: http://www.teddycrispin.pro-t-g.com/

Sites of interest:

Oldenburger Kolonialwaren : Klein Feldhus 18, 26180 Rastede, Germany.

Regenbogen DuftDesign : http://regenbogen-duftdesign.com/

Drechslerei Angerer GmbH : http://www.drechslerei.at/

Luithardt & Bandt Gbr: http://shop.luiban.com/

Tibetan Handicraft & Paper Pvt. Ltd.: http://www.tibetanhandicraftpaper.com/

Awagami Factory

OHTO Co., Ltd.:

Paperworld: http://www.paperworld.messefrankfurt.com/

Christmasworld: http://www.christmasworld.messefrankfurt.com/

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