The new showroom will provide buyers with the opportunity of having at closer look at more than 100 different articles, a palette of over 850 colours and patterns that comprise the leather collection offered by Pelle Italia. They will also be able find out more about the new buckskin and eco-leather collection elaborated with Textum, a German manufacturer specialised in materials for upholstery.

Pelle Italia leathers are aimed at the footwear, clothing and furniture sector among others. According to Aleksandar Damjanoski, Executive Director of IPelli Design, the company has invested around €500,000 in Serbia and, once the distribution centre is operating at full capacity, the investment value should reach €1 million. The company also has a showroom in Nish, southern Serbia.

Pelle Italia is a joint venture created in February 2015 between three companies: IPelli Design (Serbia), CEIM (Macedonia) and Gruppo Mastrotto (Italy). Together they form a network of distribution centres in several Balkan countries in order to offer a fast and efficient supply of Italian leather to local markets.

Pelle Italia aims to become not only a reliable supplier but also one of the three largests in the Balkans.

Source: eKapija