April 5-8, 2022 | Las Vegas, Nevada USA

Online New Product Gallery

By submitting a product for the gallery, your company consents to the terms below. 


Products must qualify as new as defined below:

A product qualifies as new if it is manufactured or exclusively distributed by a company and was introduced to the marketplace since January 2021.


Set forth below are a list of rules (the “Rules”) applicable to the Online New Product Gallery being sponsored by International Tile Exposition, a joint venture t/a Coverings (“Coverings”). By submitting any materials to Coverings for use with respect to the Online New Product Gallery (the “Materials”), you acknowledge and agree to each of the following terms:

You must be a Coverings 2022 exhibitor to enter new products in the Online New Product Gallery. If you submit more than one product into the online gallery, all rules below apply to all product entries.

The product must be new in 2021. “New” means the product must have been first sold at any level of distribution since January 1, 2021. All new product entries are subject to approval. Coverings reserves the right to remove/disqualify any product that it believes does not qualify as new.

The number of product submissions per exhibitor is limited to (7) seven.

There is no entry fee to submit a product for the Online New Product Gallery.

The Online New Product Gallery will be available online on the website and mobile app.

Coverings may in its sole discretion elect not to include a product in its 2022 Online New Product Gallery.

You grant a perpetual royalty free license to Coverings for the use of the Materials as part of the Online New Product Gallery.

Coverings may make any stylistic edits to submission entries that it deems to be appropriate, in its commercially reasonable judgement.

Any legal dispute relating to these Rules or the Online New Product Gallery will be resolved by Arbitration in Arlington, Virginia before a single arbitrator under the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association.

In no event shall the aggregate liability of Coverings to you with respect to the Online New Product Showcase exceed $500.00.

In no event shall any joint venture member of Coverings have any direct liability to you with respect to the Online New Product Gallery with your recourse being limited solely to the assets of Coverings.

Sealink International Inc.

Plano,  TX 
United States
  • Booth: N1708

At Sealink, we believe there is a better way to do freight. Logistics is often a complicated and confusing process, but it doesn’t have to be. We focus on simplifying shipping for customers by bringing freight & it’s visibility online. We use technology to offer enhanced visibility to your shipment, making it easy for you to browse rates, make bookings, and pay invoices online. 

Sealink office lobby with aquarium and chairs
Sealink International Inc. operates in several locations throughout the United States and employs over 100 dedicated staff members. We exported over 100,000 TEUs in 2018. We were recognized among the top fastest growing companies in the US by Inc. Media five times – 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.

With our innovative and convenient approach to freight, and our unwavering dedication to our customer’s success, we are excited to welcome new customers to our family and help them grow with us.


Sealink International at a glance!

 Press Releases

  • After a year full of crippling logistics bottlenecks, we feel a quick snapshot detailing the current state of supply chains in Asia is due. On the one hand, November recorded a notable amount of growth in Asian factory activity. On the other hand, however, rising commodity costs, ongoing equipment shortages, and the arrival of the new Omicron variant continue to stand in the way of a complete worldwide economic recovery.

    And while Asian manufacturers experienced growth as a whole, “China’s factory activity fell back into contraction last month, the private Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) showed on Wednesday, Dec. 1, as soft demand and elevated prices hurt manufacturers,” according to Hellenic Shipping News. It’s not all bad news though — at least the power crisis and recent supply constraints seem to be improving somewhat.

    Not to mention the fact that other countries like Japan, South Korea, India, Vietnam, and the Philippines are showing signs of PMI expansion despite China’s relatively weak performance. Japan’s PMI, for example, “rose to 54.5 last month, up from 53.2 in October, the fastest pace of expansion in nearly four years,” based on Caixin/Markit’s data. It’s only a matter of time before China catches back up again now that new export orders are rushing in and supply chains are learning how to work through equipment delays.

    One of the most pressing concerns on container shipping professionals’ minds right now is how the Omicron variant will affect an industry that’s already so overwhelmed. Unfortunately, not much is known about the new strain other than how easily it can spread, and all we can really base assumptions on are the responses we’ve seen from global leaders to COVID-19 so far. This means shippers can definitely expect an increased risk of operational shutdowns and border restrictions at the very least.

    The impact on demand remains even less certain given how unpredictable pandemic-driven buying behavior has been in the past, but we do know that Omicron is only one of the many variants out there acting as yet another hurdle to sustained progress. While many shippers look to multiyear contracts to improve carrier service levels, Asia-Europe traders, depending on seasonality trends are particularly struggling with record-level contract rates in the face of fairly limited alternatives.

    According to Patrick Berglund, CEO of Xeneta “relative to historical rate levels, you will settle at the highest levels we have ever seen. Looking forward to January, we can see that those who have gone early and tendered have seen higher prices as the short-term market continues to soften.” Meanwhile, strengthening cargo volumes has prompted major ocean liners to start expanding their services to and from India.

    Based on The Loadstar’s latest information, Singapore-based Samudera Shipping Line launched a shuttle service, titled the Nhava Sheva Singapore Express, between Nhava Sheva (JNPT) and Singapore in an effort to help optimize the route’s transshipment flows. This move directly follows Zim’s impending weekly container service between India (JNPT/Mundra) and the east Mediterranean.

    To learn more about how Sealink’s powerful tools and unparalleled visibility can help you better manage today’s supply chain pain, click here.

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