Unethical hide and skin procurement behaviour

First published in the May/June 2018 edition of ILM
Published:  09 August, 2018
Martin Ricker

As any tanner will tell you, it is the price  of raw materials, the hides or skins, that is the largest cost to a leather making business. In any tannery, the person or people that are positioned on the raw materials procurement side are usually of senior management level or, often, the owners of the business themselves. It’s that important a job.

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