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ASSOMAC, the italian association of technology-makers, is financing an agro-forestry project through the planting of 500 plants in the African island.
UNIC illustrates the concept of the message that will soon be disclosed through social media and not only. In the meantime, the sector ends 2019 with a decrease in production of 7.8%
Huge investments in the brand new industrial parks dedicated to leather await international investments that bet on the growth of a country which is set to become the most important manufacturing hub by 2025
To offer high-level services to its members with rigor and authority, UNIC continues its path of improving its quality level.
We asked Luca Boltri, deputy director of UNIC, what he thinks of the leather sector’s renewed effort for a communication that is closer to the final customer
A new movement in communication for Brazil's leathers is beginning in 2019.
The Tanner Association of Santa Croce sull’Arno renews its leadership and greets Piero Maccanti, who has been in office since 1994.
International certification, collaboration, sustainability and an important project for the 2019 Design na Pele tradeshow, in collaboration with an Italian company. Here’s just a few of the points touched upon in this interview with Rafael Andrade of CICB.
A long-term vision focused on efficiency, quality, and guarantees for customers and society as a whole guided the creation of the Brazilian Leather Certification of Sustainability (CSCB).
After having ended 2017 with moderately positive indicators, pointing towards a much hoped for trend reversal, the National Footwear Assembly faces the disappointing abrupt halt of 2018’s first quarter, with an eye to generational turnover in companies.
Talent Shoe 2018: under-25s from all over Europe awarded for their creativity. Thus does the footwear sector gather ideas from the young generations on shoes and on the shoe factories of the future.
The past year has closed with positive figures for Italian tanners, but the global context is still weak and unstable. President Gianni Russo points out that the sector invests 4% of its turnover in sustainable projects: a burdensome effort to be proud of, but which must be communicated better.
The past year has closed with positive figures for Italian tanners, but the global context is still weak and unstable. President Gianni Russo points out that the sector invests 4% of its turnover in sustainable projects: a burdensome effort to be proud of, but which must be communicated better
Assomac’s Annual Meeting has addressed the new business models for a changing world, as well as taking stock of the situation in the sector.