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Amitabh Mathur, Head – Performance Leather Business at TATA International Ltd, which includes its automotive leather division, has been confirmed as a speaker at the upcoming ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain Conference which takes place in Shanghai on September 1.
TATA International's performance leather division offers fully integrated leather and component manufacturing capabilities for its customers. Utilising the latest technology, its tannery produces a range of world-class upholstery leathers designed to meet the rigorous standards required in today’s furniture and automotive industries. The performance leather tannery in Dewas, Madhya Pradesh is ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and ISO/TS 16949: 2009 certified.
TATA International’s automotive leather range caters to both the premium and mid-market segments of the automotive industry. All leathers have been designed to ensure that they are suitable for use in all areas of automotive interiors, steering wheels, seats, dashboards, etc.
TATA International join leading figures from Geely Automotive, Wollsdorf Leder, LIA Laboratory - University of Cincinnati and Zhejiang Kasen Industrial Co Ltd to present at the half-day conference. The event takes place at the Jumeirah Himalayas 5-star in Pudong opposite the SNIEC show grounds, hosting the All China Leather Exhibition (ACLE).
To find out more about the ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain conference and speaker programme click here.
Purchase a delegate place prior to the conference and save money!
The price to attend the conference (per delegate) is £230 / €290 /US$380. On the day of the conference the price to attend will increase.
The conference is sponsored by TFL and BASF and refreshment sponsor is Trumpler. The event is supported by APLF Ltd, organisers of the ACLE.comments powered by Disqus