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.
IPR has long been committed to researching and developing new techniques and applications for high-performance soles that also respect the environment.
The Italian tailoring business chooses ShippyPro for the management of its orders and shipments, to reduce delivery times, cut down on costs, pollute less, and accordingly make its customers happy
It is setting the scene and getting ready for a physical exhibition with a good number of exhibitors.
It is confirmed: all international buyers are allowed to come to Italy, regulations are clear. The European Union and the Italian government have provided specific plans to facilitate activities and business.
Premiere Vision Accessories
Results beyond expectations for the event promoted by Première Vision, which took the pulse of the sector and found a great desire to restart.
The new luxury footwear brand debuts on the market with a monobloc made of XL EXTRALIGHT® Sustainable+, an innovative foam developed by the Marche-based company leader in sole technologies
Over the years Vibram tested different approaches to sustainability issues, never neglecting any possible path: from new compounds to repairs.
The two German companies combine their respective skills, creating a project aimed at radically reducing delivery times in the development and production processes of footwear
A collection in perfect equilibrium between aesthetic elements, an urban-casual mood, and comfort for the German brand with a history of tradition, passion, and innovation that goes back thirty years.
The international footwear exhibition will be back physically from 19 to 21 September with a phygital formula to better support the business of the sector and, in the meantime, Assocalzaturifici announces sector data and initiatives to support the recovery of made in Italy
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