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Positive results for the Shoe and Leather Industry International Exhibition in Guangzhou, now in its 30th edition, which was held from 31 May to 3 June 2021 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex.
Latest issue: Arsutoria 462
Published on September 14, 2021
The worldwide leader in the development and production of high-performance rubber soles presents its new endurance compound that revolutionises the standards of durability.
After two cancelled editions due to the pandemic, FuturModa announces the physical return of the international exhibition of accessories, components and machines for the footwear and leather goods industries.
Ecotan is an innovative leather tanning technology developed by Silvateam, world leader in the production of natural tannins, in order to produce a new class of leather that has excellent performance standards, is safe for all and is a truly bio-circular material.
The Swiss Group offers three creative inspirations to explore new shapes, colours and materials in a range of proposals rich in solutions and suggestions
After ten years in São Paulo and two editions in an exclusively digital format, Inspiramais returns in a phygital format, choosing the FIERGIS exhibition centre of Porto Alegre as its new headquarters
PrimaLoft, an advanced material technology company and a world leader in the development of high-performance insulations and fabrics, will develop the new fibres with the Californian Origin Materials, the world’s leading carbon-negative materials company, to better address demand for sustainable, high-performance materials.
Desma explains this during the webinar on 26 August 2021, at 2.30 pm.
The Civitanova Marche based company specialised in the production of anatomical insoles for footwear, presents a new eco-sustainable line made with a new polyurethane with a high percentage of biological origin
Piacenza 1733, an Italian manufacturer of luxury fabrics, has successfully completed the digitalisation of its entire supply chain, and today can offer in a transparent way a guarantee regarding the authenticity and sustainability of its products.
The scale of the phenomenon will not be enough to ensure the health of the mechano-technological sector, despite the clear messages sent out by the pandemic. The Assomac Research Centre also suggests other ways to move forward.
Fibreboards made by Bartoli S.p.A. offer the footwear world a sustainable and ecological component.
During the SIMAC TANNING TECH days in September, experts from the fashion industry will talk about the next frontiers of Innovation and Technology Transfer.
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