The Swiss company Lantal returned to InnoTrans in Berlin this year with its latest product developments and innovations, showcasing once again why it is a leading supplier of railway interior textiles.
As a provider of textiles and services to all major rolling stock and seat manufacturers and as a partner to over 80 rail network operators around the world, Lantal has successfully implemented countless projects.
Attractively appointed interiors play a significant role for the well- being of passengers. With this in mind, Lantal’s design team regularly presents its new Conceptual Forecast collection for seat cover fabrics, carpets and leather, which is based on the company’s acclaimed Trendletter. The Trendletter in turn is influenced by the relevant trends for the railway sector as well as the different philosophies and styles of Lantal’s customers. The designers’ creations provide glimpses of the future in rail travel. Whether pure material-inherent surfaces, optical illusions or crisp patterns, the three trend vectors of the collection – Genuine Matter, Trompe l’oeil and New Romanticism – showcase inspiring ideas for the interior design of every travel class.
Lantal also introduced new qualities to its carpet portfolio for railways. For each customer, carpets must fulfill a range of requirements, including comfort, durability, and footfall cushioning. Lantal’s extensive carpet portfolio addresses all of these requirements. A noteworthy debut is the introduction of printed carpets. This technology offers the customers many benefits. On the one hand, minimum order quantities are very small and on the other, the process supports swift sampling and production turn-around times. Customers will surely appreciate the broad spectrum of design options. Even photorealistic motifs can be implemented.
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