Gulf Asian showcases new bed linen at The Hotel Show Dubai

Bed runners and waterproof pillow cases and mattresses covers have been launched at the Hotel Show Dubai

Khurram Shaheryar.
Khurram Shaheryar.

Gulf Asian is exhibiting 120 products at The Hotel Show Dubai from bed linen to bath linen and restaurant linen.

Supplying product under the umbrella of two brands, Lintaz – for the mid-market hospitality sector – and Migliore for upscale hotels, Gulf Asian introduced new runner fabrics from Spain and new waterproof fabrics in its linen line.

“The new bed runner is sold under the banner of Lintaz – while the new waterproof linen will be used as pillowcases and bed covers as its meant to protect pillows and mattresses from stains,” said Khurram Shaheryar, director operations, Gulf Asian.

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Showcasing 120 products at the Hotel Show Dubai stall, Shaheryar said he believed that no other stall at the show exhibited as many products with a wide range of in colours and shades. Based in Ajman, Gulf Asian caters to the needs of the hotel industry with a large inventory enabling quick delivery.

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