The new issue, available now, also features a detailed country report into the leather industry in Thailand and goes behind the scenes at traditional pit tanner Thomas Ware in Bristol, UK, to find out how this nearly 180-year-old company is future-proofing its business with a focus on innovation and high-quality, artisan leathers. Furthermore, the latest edition also includes a comprehensive round-up of the latest product launches and developments in leather chemicals. Other editorial highlights include:

• Review of the 4th ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain Conference in Europe
• A guide to technical data sheet (TDS) and material safety data sheet (MSDS)
• Chromium species and testing
• A preview of ACLE in Shanghai

In addition to these premium editorial features, the July-August 2019 edition also includes regular items such as news, the Redwood Column, raw materials prices and trends, industry viewpoints and more.

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ILM has also updated its App which can be downloaded for free for Apple and Android devices for subscribers to access content online and offline. The investment in multi-platform media underlines ILM’s commitment to remaining at the forefront of creative and innovative content delivery to ensure that it remains as the leading leather industry news, technical and business information service. Look at on your smartphone or tablet today and see the difference. ILM is the only one that is truly optimised. Say goodbye to old fashioned and clunky page turning e-zines.

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