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09 October, 2018 -
There is much discussion and debate in the leather industry about the environmental performance of leather and leather making. With lower energy electric and hybrid vehicles becoming more popular with consumers the leather industry must continue to improve its environmental performance to remain a premium material in automobiles.
The presentation “Environmental Drivers within Automotive Leather Production” will be delivered by Dr Yu Mei, Head of Global R&D and Application Laboratories, BASF at the ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain Conference in Shanghai on September 2 (afternoon).
Dr Mei joins speakers from Bentley Motors, Faurecia, GST Seton Autoleather, Lectra and ICT.
The half-day conference will take place at the Jumeirah Himalayas 5-star hotel in the Pudong district of Shanghai opposite the Shanghai New International Convention Centre (SNIEC) venue of the ACLE.
About Dr Yu Mei
Dr Yu Mei joined BASF Auxiliary Chemical Company in Shanghai in 2007 and was initially responsible for the development of wet-end products. In 2010, he became the Head of Regional R&D East Asia, Leather Chemicals and was later delegated to Ludwigshafen, Germany for two years. Yu Mei took over the responsibilities of Global R&D and application laboratories in 2013, as well as Sustainability for Leather Chemicals in 2014.
Online delegate registration now open
Further information and online registration can be found by clicking on the link below. The ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain conference is organised by International Leather Maker (ILM) and is sponsored by National Beef, Lectra and Trumpler. BASF and APLF Ltd are also supporters of the event.
For further information and delegate registration click on the link: ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain Conference or email: Maria Wallace, email@example.com for multiple delegate bookings or for general information about the event.