Improving the raw material quality of Entrefino bred sheep and lambskins

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Published:  04 May, 2020
Picture: Guillermo Latorre

Manuel Rios, Chairman of Spanish lambskin leather specialist Inpelsa, will be the second presenter in the upcoming free-to-attend webinar ‘Understanding raw materials for the tanning industry’, organised by theSauerReport in association with ILM, to be broadcast on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 3pm CET (2pm UK time). 

In his presentation, ‘Improving the raw material quality of Entrefino bred sheep and lambskins’, Rios will give an overview of the Entrefino value chain, which provides high-quality skins with unmatchable characteristics once transformed into leather and which are highly in demand in the marketplace. He will also explain the current risks due to the increase of skin defects that are mainly caused at farm and slaughter level and how the EU funded SELAMBQ project aims to unify all Entrefino value chain stakeholders, address the problems and improve the quality of the skins.

Manuel Rios

About Manuel Rios Navarro
Manuel Rios joined Inpelsa in 1982 as Commercial Manager and became CEO in 1990. He was appointed Chairman in 2017. He has a Law degree from the University of Valencia, Spain, and Economics from Boston University in the U.S.. He is a member of the board of various financial institutions and industrial companies. Working closely with the Spanish Tanners’ Association (Acexpiel) and Spanish Chamber of Commerce, Rios is committed to expanding Inpelsa’s business and networks worldwide in the most efficient and sustainable way.

Register to attend the webinar
To watch and listen to Manuel Rios and two other keynote presenters, please click here and register (subject to approval) for the free-to-attend webinar.

Sponsored by the Leather and Hide Council of America (LHCA), the webinar is open to any company or professional individual connected to the leather supply chain, from meat processors and raw materials traders to leather manufacturers and leather using brands, retailers and OEMs.