29 May, 2018 - 31 May, 2018
30 May, 2018 - 01 June, 2018
04 June, 2018 - 08 June, 2018
New York, USA
05 June, 2018 - 08 June, 2018
07 June, 2018 -
Santa Croce Sull'Arno, Italy
ILM is hosting its first webinar on June 14 at 4pm central European time relating to the hot topic of Traceability in the Leather Supply Chain. ILM will be joined by presenters from Stahl and Lectra for the 40-minute presentation including a Q&A session. The webinar is free to view after registration, however, the numbers that can attend are limited.
High Street retailers and major brands are facing ever increasing demands from consumers and NGO’s about where products come from and what conditions they are manufactured under. Brands and retailers, especially in the high-end luxury segment, face serious problems with fake counterfeit products and need to make sure that any leather products made from exotic species meet CITES rules.
In recent years, human rights and environmental NGO’s (Non-Governmental Organisations) as well as animal welfare campaign groups have attacked the leather industry for perceived violations in working conditions, environmental controls and its association with poor animal welfare practices. To counter these threats and to show greater transparency in the leather supply chain, responsible leather makers, brands and retailers have sought to introduce traceability into their supply chains.
ILM will provide some background and context to this topic and will highlight some best practice and best available technologies in this area during the webinar. This will be supported by information from Stahl and Lectra, following the supply chain from farm to finished leather product.
The webinar is co-sponsored by Stahl and Lectra. Participation is subject to approval and spaces are limited.
Click here to read more and to register for free for the webinar.
Traceability in the Leather Supply Chain in-depth report
The webinar theme ties in with a recently published in-depth report, "Traceability in the Leather Supply Chain" published by ILM and theSauerReport. For more information about the report click here or contact Maria Wallace, firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 (0)203 735 6537, to purchase or discuss the report in more detail.