The German multinational company announces its return to APLF of Hong Kong with a captivating range of new products
Smit & Zoon is testing products made of lignin with the purpose to increase the range of organic product offerings, with regard to the corporate social responsibility which aims to get a sustainable supply chain by 2025.
Titanium dioxide is widely used in various fields. But recent research has raised concerns regarding its potential toxicity.
The natural deterioration capacity of materials is a feature that contributes to the sustainability of a product. Everyone knows it, but no one is able to quantify it to give added value to a product.
Since its foundation in 1997, the company located in the province of Vicenza has become one of the reference points for the tanning sector at international level, thanks to an advanced machinery inventory and to a competent and professional staff.
The German multi-national company presented new products at the 2017 International Leather Fair of Chennai.
What are the mechanisms and inherent properties of the material that can contribute to defining the final characteristics of the […]
Advantages of using probiotics in the beamhouse
Product overview Proviera® – Probiotics for Leather™
Marja Baas is the owner of “MYOMY do goods”, a company that designs and produces leather fashion items with a conscious spirit. At the same time, “MYOMY do good” only works with high-quality leather with a natural look
Managing director of Leder Heinen, Thomas Heinen, about achieving sustainability goals with Stahl Neo
A talk with Yves Morin, CTC CEO & UITIC president
U.S. Hides and Skins market situation. Last year US exports showed an increase of 7% in value for salted hides, but a decrease of -4% in wet blue. The outlook for next months will depend on the rate of recovery in global demand for leather.
Interview with Thomas C. J. Yu, new-elected President of CHEMISTS’ UNION
It’s fundamental to avoid driving leather into a commodity price bracket
The 31 May 2018 deadline appears to be a problematic one and many fear consequences for the tanning industry due to the impossibility of finding commonly used substances for which registration was not required and which have, therefore, been removed from the market.