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Gibson Bass, the Australia based hide identification equipment manufacturer, will explain how traceability should be an essential part of any leathermaking process in an upcoming ILM webinar to be broadcast on October 7.
While many are concerned about the cost of traceability systems, and the longevity of the “trend”, Joe Gibson, Co-founder and Managing Director of Gibson Bass, explains that lacking a solid traceability system can quickly get you into hot water. With international shipping in chaos, you need to know that you can identify issues with your customers as they arise, and know exactly where your hides and leathers are going. The company has developed an accurate stamping device which can identify hides and leather including drop splits through the entire leathermaking process.
Gibson Bass will be joined by presenters from Vitelco Leather, Oeko-Tex and Spoor Leather to discuss why and how companies across the industry are adopting traceability systems and what the future entails for the supply chain in this essential webinar, free-to-attend, “Traceability and Transparency in the leather supply chain 2021”.
Presenters and topics:
The webinar presentations will be followed by a Q&A session with each presenter, moderated by ILM Content Director Martin Ricker.
Who should watch this webinar?
This webinar is aimed at anyone connected with the global leather supply chain from the raw materials to the finished product. It is particularly relevant for hide/skin suppliers, tanners, brands, retailers and OEMs.
How can I register to attend?
The webinar will be broadcast on Thursday, October 7 at 3pm CET (2pm BST), and will last approximately 60 minutes.
Click here to register (registrations subject to approval).