Emissions from automotive leather and how to reduce them

France
Published:  08 June, 2016

Emission from interior materials, particularly leather, has become a focus for car manufacturers. It will be the among the subjects discussed at the ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain conference Europe in Paris.

The presentation on interior emissions will be given by TFL’s Technical Director, Dr Jürgen Christner, and will cover what type of emissions we are dealing with and how they can be reduced. This is not only done by selecting the right chemical products but also by controlling the conditions which can trigger hazardous emissions within the vehicle.

The half-day conference will be held in the afternoon of Monday, October 17, 2016 in the Pompadour room of the famous Hotel Le Meurice, a five-star hotel situated in the rue de Rivoli in central Paris.

The conference takes place the day after the Paris motor show ends and will feature key industry speakers from leading OEMs, leading auto leather tanners, tier-1 and chemical suppliers related to the automotive leather supply chain. The conference has been purposely designed to coincide with the Paris International Motor Show to allow delegates the opportunity to visit the show the weekend before the automotive leather conference to maximise to trip. Other speakers include representatives from Audi, Faurecia, GST Autoleather and Stahl as well as other influential and important speakers to be announced in the coming weeks.

The hotel conference venue is centrally located making it easy for delegates to attend. The lead sponsors of the conference are Stahl and TFL. The event is also sponsored by JBS Couros and is in association with theSauerReport.

To find out more about the conference speakers and to book delegate places please click here.

Dr Jürgen Christner, TFL
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