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    How To Start Leather Based Industry

    Since the ancient times, leather has always held a certain appeal among the general populace. The sheen, the strong material which can be stained by nothing and does not tear off so easily, has always been a sought after material. Producing leather was actually one of the world’s first profession. The liking towards leather has followed us all the way to 2018. Even today, a leather jacket is a style symbol and leather boots are a formidable look. Due to the fashion quotient, as well as the several different uses of leather, industries producing it have been flourishing like nothing else.

    Leather is one of the most widely traded commodities in the world. The leather and leather products industry plays a prominent role in the world’s economy, with an estimated global trade value of approximately US$100 billion per year.

    Leather has to be one of the most traditional industries running at this moment. Skin and hides sourced from animals are used to produce leather. It is an important industry. As of today, leather-making requires a lot of science, but the old-worldly charm and mystery surrounding this craft still prevails.  Animal skin is processed within an inch of its life and comes out to be more flexible, tough and water resistant. All the steps involved in this process together comprise of the procedure called leather tanning. Tanning is the final step of the whole process. Many mechanical and chemical things are involved in this complex process.

    Probably the most important step is the tanning, where a certain material is chemically attached to the protein residing within the body part of an animal. This material makes the animal hide stronger and resistant. Various processes taken care of by a tanner include liming, tanning, dyeing and unhairing.  The hair are removed from the animal body parts. Other non-structured fats and protein are also taken out. When tanning agents are attached to it, the end results become much more strong and resistant to environment.

    After an intense process involving preparation, tanning and then finishing, leather is finally produced. This process makes great use of various chemicals as well as chrome salts.

    An average leather industry consists of the following:

    • A tannery where animal skins and hides are converted into leather
    • The already produced leather is then molded and cut into several other consumer items, such as clothes, shoes, belts, car upholstery etc.

    The designing, the patterns, colors and the overall product development also plays a very important role in the leather industry. Once the production of raw leather is over, the above mentioned activities are the ones that decided the price range of any given item. As the world is all about fashion, quality and brand name, these things need to be taken very seriously.

     PVC/PU SYNTHETIC LEATHER BY DRY PROCESS COATING[CODE NO.3859]   For many years a range of leather like materials has been in use for sockings, linkings and uppers. They are all based of fabrics, usually woven and mainly of cotton. These base cloths should be carefully se..
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    LEATHER PROCESSING UNIT [CODE NO.3923]   Leather is a material created through the tanning of hides and skins of animals, primarily cattle hide. The tanning process converts the putrescible skin into a durable, long-lasting and versatile natural material for various uses. Leather i..
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    PU FOOTWEAR MANUFACTURING [CODE 3358 ] Poly Urethane (PU) is a plastic material or polymer consisting of organic units linked by carbamate links. Main sources of its formation include di-isocyanates, tri- isocyanates and polyols, along with these amine catalyst, bio derived material, hydro..
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    FOOTWEAR MANUFACTURING [CODE NO.3357 ] Poly Urethane (PU) is a plastic material or polymer consisting of organic units linked by carbamate links. Main sources of its formation include di-isocyanates, tri- isocyanates and polyols, along with these amine catalyst, bio derived material, hy..
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    LEATHER TANNING AND DRY FINISHING PLANT [CODE NO. 3050]   Leather is a material created through the tanning of hides and skins of animals, primarily cattle hide. The tanning process converts the putrescible skin into a durable, long-lasting and versatile natural material for various use..
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     STARCH BOOK BINDING CLOTH [CODE NO.1539]                                  The book binding cloth is coated with starch and the product is   then  used  for  binding  of  books,  magazines  and   other literatures.      The book binding cloth is a material of oil origin and since ..
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                 FINISHED LEATHER PLANT [CODE NO.1838] Leather is a material created through the tanning of hides and skins of animals, primarily cattlehide. The tanning process converts the putrescible skin into a durable, long-lasting and versatile natural material for various uses.Leat..
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    LEATHER SHOES AND SYNTHETIC SANDALS (1000 Pairs/Day) [CODE NO.1684] US$     The footwear sector is a very significant segment of the leather industry in India; rather it is the engine of growth for the entire Indian leather industry.     India is the second largest global produce..
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                                                      LEATHER SHOES AND SYNTHETIC SANDALS (1000 Pairs/Day) [CODE NO.1684] INR     The footwear sector is a very significant segment of the leather industry in India; rather it is the engine of growth for the entire Indian leather industry...
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                                                                             PU BASED FOOTWEARS Polyurethane is widely defined as a polymer material containing a huge amount of urethane group. Despite the chemical reaction between the NCO group and the hydroxyl compound that was originally fo..
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    MARKET SURVEY CUM DETAILED TECHNO ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY REPORT covers   •            Introduction •            Properties •            BIS (Bureau of Indian Standard) Specifications & Requirements •            Uses & Applications •            Present Indian Market Position •       ..
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