The new issue, available now, also features a detailed country report into the leather industry in Uzbekistan, revealing the country’s ambitions to become a global player, particularly in footwear, and explores the consumer diet trends that will impact on the meat industry and hide and skin supplies. We also catch up with Jörg Rausch, Managing Director of German leather repair and care specialist Lederzentrum about the changes his sector is undergoing, and bring you the highlights from the 4th World Leather Congress, which took place in New York in July. The edition also gives a taster of the results of the exclusive ILM Tanner Business Confidence Survey 2019, providing a detailed overview into the current trading climate and the challenges tanners from across the globe are facing (the full results are available as a pdf download on the ILM website).

Other editorial highlights include:
• Review of the LWG’s first training workshop at the headquarters of Tapestry in New York
• The latest autumn / winter 2020 trends from Lineapelle
• An in-depth summary of the 35th IULTCS International Congress in Dresden
• Waterless processing
• Upgrading poor leathers

In addition to these premium editorial features, the 116-page, market leading September – October 2019 edition also includes regular items such as news, the Redwood Column, raw materials prices and trends, industry viewpoints and more.

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