Trends collection Fall-Winter 2019/2020 presented
What are the most effective products to reduce the levels of formaldehyde, what is the best way to prevent the formation of chrome VI, what types of fatliquors are more sustainable? The chemist/tanner entrepreneur Marco Frediani provides practical answers on the best his company can offer to tanneries in order to help them respect the current regulations.
The global leather chemicals manufacturer Smit & zoon will be present at the All China Leather Exhibition (ACLE) with a brand new collection of leather articles that showcase how Smit’s recent acquisition of the Italian company Codyeco has strengthened the company and its offerings to its customers
The chemical -tanning company will be present at ACLE 2018
The advantages of a responsible production process for shoes & leather goods
The chemical-tanning sector seems to have surpassed pretty smoothly the REACH deadline of 31 May 2018 and reassures its customers on the continuity of supplies. Financial disbursements related to the registration of substances have been though rather burdensome for the small and medium companies of the sector
The German multinational company announces its return to APLF of Hong Kong with a captivating range of new products
The pigment ranges of the Veneto-based company are the result of strong investments in research
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.
A mixed group of companies, research centre and university is developing new technologies for the production of metal-free tanned leather
The projects envisaged by the relaunch plan of the Italian Leather Research Institute was also presented in London and New York
Its laboratory drums are present in practically every Italian tannery and chemical company, impossible not to have noticed them. Sani […]
Equipped with the most advanced technologies, the new facility in Santa Croce is dedicated to finishing, and will make a 20% increase in production possible. The Tuscan group has invested eight million euros.
The German specialty chemicals company indroduces a range of products for NMP-free leather production and develops a future-oriented “Sustainable Leather Management”