The spring and summer models of 2020 at three exhibitions of The three exhibitions of Simac and Tanning Tech and Lineapelle were held from the 20th to the 22nd of February last year at the Milan Exhibition Center of Italy, and Dalir leather industry has been present for several consecutive years in this fair..
A complete report of the spring and summer models of 2020 at the three exhibitions of Simac, Tenning Tech and Lineapelle
In Simac exhibition, the latest machinery and technologies for manufacturing leather goods and shoes are presented,
In Tanning Tech the latest leather machinery and technologies and in Lineapelle the latest accessories and auto parts for making shoes and other leather good are introduced.
In February, three of these exhibitions, machinery and accessories were introduced that they are used to produce shoes, leather and leather goods in the spring and summer of 2020 (1399 solar year).
And in the two exhibitions of this year, Simac and Tanning Tech 322 participants attended in an area of 18,666 square meters from countries such as Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Iran, France, Germany, Japan, Greece, India, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden, South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey and the United States.
The exhibition was attended by 150 people, including 3 from Iran, invited by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development, and all expenses including airfare, hotel and food and feed were paid by the Italian government.
Lineapelle is the most important exhibition of leather and footwear accessories around the world, which is held twice a year in September and march every year.
In this exhibition, 1255 participants (777 companies from Italy) from 45 countries attended in an area of 47, 500 square meters and presented the latest models of leather, sole, insoles, ironmongery, heels, string, waxes, glue and other consumables in the production of shoes and leather goods of spring and summer of 2020.
According to the reporter of leather and shoe market, more than 20 thousand people visited this Lineapelle exhibition in the leather and footwear market.
The Milan Fashion Week was held in Milan, Italy from February 19th to February 25th, this year. Every year, fashion related businesses and tourism activities of this city gain very benefits from the event.
Milan Fashion Week is held every year since 1958 annually in March and September. In this week, Italy’s leading brands in the field of clothing and fashion hold their own private exhibitions in different parts of the city.
Altogether, about 70 fashion shows in this week is held in Milan. ۳۰,۰۰۰ designers, buyers and reporters come to Milan to benefit from the event.
This number is apart from several ten thousands of people attend the exhibition for other events such as the exhibition of glasses, gardening and machinery and footwear.
Fashion Exhibition of Fur and Leather
Mipap and Mifur are two exhibitions that were held from 22 to 25 februery this year in Milan, Italy.
These two exhibitions, which are specially designed for leather and fur apparel, are the latest models of leather clothing for the year 2020 from the skin of all kinds of animals such as cattle, sheep rabbits, foxes and crocodiles.
and according to the reporter of leather and show market, more than 11,000 people visited these two. This is the most important live show of leather and fur in Italy that it was held on the first day of the show at the San Luca Hall.
The suitability of the pattern and design of any leather product is wholly personal; the purpose of the Dalir leather industry is to make you once to have a look at from A to Z of training to make a leather wallet and learn the parts that you do not know.
So if the final model in your opinion is not a beautiful and practical leather wallet, then it can still teach you a lot.
Because there are different and personalized designs in wallets, but sewing almost all parts of it, is the same.
This training is entirely based on the content provided on this site and we hope that the content will be useful for you regarding the time and accuracy spent on this training video by the Dalir Leather Industries team.
The leather wallet you see in this training video on making a leather wallet has a simple design and its sewing is very simple.
This wallet is not very spacious, it does not have any special features, but it can be a stylish and suitable alternative to your old wallet.
If you do not have a good relationship with leather sewing, this leather wallet is good for you, because you do not need to sew a large part of leather and you almost use glue or string and needle.
With a sharp cutter do some cuts with the same intervals on the pieces of leather inside the bag.
These slots are for your cards, and the number of cuts is depends on yourself.
You can use a card as a model and specify the size of the slots. Using a metal ruler also makes the slots smooth and accurate.
You will make a leather wallet easily in this way. If you have been interested in leather sewing recently, this video can be a good start for you to enter the world of leather. Please share the pictures of the wallets you make with Dalir leather industry.
Wait for more training video of Dalir leather industry.
By the Iranian researchers it was done; with nanotechnology, the high resistance of genuine leather against the flame in the production of natural leather
Iranian researchers at Amir Kabir University of Technology have succeeded in achieving a project to upgrade genuine leather against flame with nano technology in genuine leather production.
The Iranian researchers at Amir Kabir University of Technology, Samaneh Sepehri, who was implementing the “improvement of the natural regeneration of genuine leather against flame by adding clay nanoparticles,” stated:
The leather industry in Iran has a long history, but with the passing of years of presenting the machinery of this industry in the production of leather into the country, there are many problems in the industry.
Referring to some problems in the leather industry, she added: The industry has not been given enough attention and support, and research in the field of the industry in the country has been very limited and inadequate.
She said that the leather industry is still traditionally managed,
she added: considering that Iran has a comparative advantage in the leather industry and in the event of scientific and technological growth, Iran’s manufacturing of leather products can contribute to global markets, so research in the field of the industry is inevitable..
According to the Iranian researchers , genuine leather production with more capabilities, such as making genuine leather resistant against flame and accordance with global standards, are considered the priority research topics.
Ms. Samaneh Sepehri, emphasizing that this research has been a step towards improving the knowledge of genuine leather production, added ; since the process and materials of this research have been designed and selected to be similar to the current situation in Iranian leather factories, it can be said that this research has led to the localization of the technology to improve the resistance of genuine leather to the flames.
Also, using nanotechnology and the use of nanomaterial, the length of geniun leather burns reduced due to the resistance of leather to fire.
Referring to the “Improvement of genuine leather resistance to flame by adding clay nanoparticles,” she said; this research began with library and field research to find traditional and modern methods for producing anti-inflammatory leather.
Ms. Samaneh Sepehri continued: then knowledge of leather production in Iran was extracted from the factories and examined in the laboratory.
In the next step, the materials that create the fire resistance feature were added to the leather process. Finally, the effects of materials and processes on different leather properties were investigated and measured.
She stated that the result of this research is directly applicable in the leather industry, and then she added; the leather produced using the results of this research is being applied for in the furniture and automotive industry and aircraft manufacturing and clothing industry, in particular all kinds of work and safety apparel.
She added, Continuation of this project is a semi-industrialization of the product. It is also a continuation of research and study to further improve this feature or other complementary features of leather.
Referring to the characteristics of the results of the plan, she said: the use of natural leather that has unique properties.
Using Nano clay, which is abundant and low in price and has no environmental risks and the use of processes and chemicals that are commonly used in factories are considered the features of this design.
Graduated from Amir Kabir University of Technology said; possibility of using the proposed method of design in leather factories without the cost of providing new machinery with very little change in the usual processes of the factories, the lack of knowledge or education, the absence of environmental pollution are some of the benefits of this project.
She mentioned; the product of this research can be used in the leather industry. After mass production and completion of research, it can be used in industries such as automotive, airplane and apparel.
Professor Dr. Mohammad Amani Tehran and Dr. Fatemeh Zeighami have instructed this plan as the supervisor and advisor respectively.
Dr. Fatemeh Zeighami is one of the professors of Tehran University of Leather Applied Science.
The economic situation and the currency price of Iran are already as you see, and nothing is resolved by delay or chiding.
This situation is a very good platform for some of the industries to grow in this situation and the currency price of Iran.
Turkey has sustained its economic by tourism, textiles and clothing industry.
Dear meson owners and all the friends who are fashion designers! A great platform is provided and you can make your own brand names like Zara and Mango.
Good quality, design and reasonable prices (no dependence on the price of the currency) and Iran’s production.
With the price of the currencies, the dollars, AED, lira, importing garments are not economical neither for the consumer nor for the importer and the industries.
my mother said that before the revolution, all Iranians bought Iranian cloths and they never purchase Turkish cloths, why do we see everywhere MADE IN TURKEY nowadays ?
It’s time to stop being absolute consumer and try to think about manufacturing domestic industries…
Domestic manufacturing industries are in danger of collapse due to our indolence. Who believes that the silk used to make Iranian handmade carpets is an import production?
Everyone was buying whatever he wants by cheap dollar, but now the price of dollar is high and no one knows what to do.
We have become a dependent, indolent, inactive, and completely consuming country, we just wait to see what other countries produce, then we purchase their products ostentatiously and sell them with double or triple price to our countrymen, and we are proud to be entrepreneur too.
A country that has no other extraordinary resource just oil, it is an oil dependent, and so if no country buy our oil, how we can survive?
Nowadays everyone is either thinking about leaving the country or nagging and blaming others.
After the stone and the skin, genuine leather can be considered as the oldest thing that human have had. Since a long time ago, leather has been as the cover for early humans and even, today it is so. Leather is still popular among many global communities. But why should not we use foam products ( synthetic leather )?
Years before the creation of the fashion industry, genuine leather was used to make clothes and accessories, This matter is seen in all ages and all cultures, Complications of using foam products (synthetic leather)
This product protects the human body as well as the various items. In addition, leather is a comfortable and durable material.
Today, a variety of leather is available to human. Many people spend their time producing leather goods. No product is comparable with handmade leather good.
Now we consider the question which says why we should not use foam products (synthetic leather) and then we discuss the complications of using this product.
The foam does not have any breathing properties for our skin.
It does not smell like genuine leather (due to the use of chemicals and complete synthetic materials in foam)
Foam is not durable like natural leather (leather has a very high rigidity, so that it can be used for towing a car)
It can not be used as a dress for a long time, because wearing it directly, is harmful to the skin.
Compare with a leather coat, foam is not a good insulation against cold.
After a while it will be rotted and easily damaged (leather has a very long life, so that a natural leather bag can be used for many years, as well as along with firmness, longevity and credibility and attractiveness, leather bags can make humans more esteemed.
The appearance of the foam is very unnatural and artificial.
Wearing foam products (synthetic leather) is not healthy for a long time, especially in the hot seasons, wearing foam-made shoes is harmful to the skin because of its unhealthy materials and it leads to skin problems.
Its softness cannot be like sheepskin leather.
Its shininess is not as much as leather, (such as Burnish leather).
In the hot seasons, wearing shoes made of foam (synthetic leather) is harmful to the skin of feet because of the possibility of harmful substances causing skin problems.
But the main question here is why should we really use leather (genuine leather)?
Firstly, leather is a kind of natural fiber completely.
As you sweat with your skin, animals also sweat, so it can be concluded that leather has very good ventilation, especially in the shoes, and also absorbs transpiration. You can use leather in different thicknesses and for various applications. You can have a very soft wallet of goat or a firm and rugged of cow.
Although cowhide can be thin and soft like skin of goat, meanwhile the leather is also used as a luxury and precious item that you can buy in a variety of different sets.
The leather has a very high rigidity so that it can be used for towing a car. The leather is resistant to direct fire heat and it does not inflame. Leather has a very long life, so that a leather bag can be used for many years. Also, along with firmness, longevity and credibility and attractiveness, leather bags can make humans more esteemed.
Today, a variety of leather is available to humans. Many people spend their time for making leather goods. No product can be comparable with handmade leather good.
Leather Industry in Iran – With a grassland of over 9 million hectares and over 92 head of cattle, sheep, goats and water buffalo, Iran has a an enormous potential for animal husbandry.
Leather Industry in Iran – In recent years, the number of livestock has reached a new peak, totaling 57 million sheep and lambs, 8 million cows and calves, and 28 mil¬lion goats and kids. Annual livestock slaughter is 32 percent for sheep and goat, and 29 percent for cattle and calves. As a result, over 27 million sheep and goat skins and over 2.5 cow and calf hides have been produced. In this way, has become a good producer of leather and leather products.
Iran is historically a leather producer and its products are well-known. Iran’s leather and skins enjoy a high quality and have been traditionally exported to other countries as well. The industry’s long history has earned Iranian products a significant place in international leather markets.
The production of leather products date back to 550 years ago, but Iran’s modern leather industry began at the 1930’s. The first industrial leather plant was established in 1933 in Hamadan and the second plant was founded in 1935 in Tabriz. At the time, Iran only enacted traditional tanneries for leather production.
This industry retained its independence for a long time. With technological progress and achievements, and development of modern machinery and new method for processing the leathers and hides, Iran’s leather industry considerably flourished. In 1960’s and 1970’s, tanneries and leather processing units mushroomed across the country. With the advent of Islamic Revolution in 1979, the leather industry came to a sudden halt.
During that period of time, a large part of the exports was consisted of raw and unprocessed materials such as Pickled skin. The production process from pickle, wet blue, crust to leather and finished products shows that Iran might has a say in raw materials market, but when it comes to finished products, its presence in international markets is not substantial. Traders and economic observers hope that Iran’s leather industry could establish dynamic connections to other sectors and also attract foreign investments and get revitalized. There is much effort to re energize leather industrialists to play a role in international markets.
The problem is that the production chain is not complete. Part of the chain, including shoe soles, buckles, other accessories, variety of leather goods and leather garments, are not produced domestically on a large scale. It is necessary to focus or our efforts to create added value and produce luxury products. Several studies and reports show that if Iran’s leather industry is compared with other countries’ in terms of technological capabilities, it will get a much lower grade, maybe 40 from 100.
In recent years, steps have been taken to set standards on par with those of renowned international institutions and that today Iran is an active member of the Technical Committee of the International Organization for Standardization.
If Iran could get new foreign investments and the leather processing technologies are used properly, it would get its fair share of international markets. So, it is necessary to promote technology and mobilize work force in leather industry. Researches show that the leather machinery in Iran is in a better place than other areas such as work force, information and organization in technological viewpoint.
In recent years, the domestic industry has seen the emergence of companies that produce high quality leather products and managed to establish popular brands, many of which took part in exhibitions alongside their experienced counterparts who have been active in the market for decades. Meanwhile, there is much room for growth in Iran’s leather industry.
The domestic market is in good shape, but producers have not been very successful in exporting leather products mainly because of poor marketing. Exports are minimal due to the domestic companies’ lowkey activity in introducing Iranian leather products in the global market.
Leather units, at present, are actively operating in three strategic areas of Tehran, Tabriz and Mashad. These units, consisted of 350 going concerns, operate under the umbrella group of Charmshahr (industrial leather city). These units produce 2.5 million pieces cow and calves hides (equal to 70 million sq.ft) annually. A large portion of their products is used for making shoes while around 20% for leather goods. About 40 percent of 27 mil-lion pieces of sheep and goat skins is processed into finished leather and the remaining skins which amounts to 16 million pieces of sheep is exported in the form of pickle and wet blue. But, still there are enough infrastructure like plants, water, power and gas for making leather and leather products. Hence, the leather industry has a strong potential to attract foreign joint venture under economic and commerce code.
Iranians need 100 million square feet of shoes, bags and belts annually. It is 1.2 square feet per capita. The domestic production of cow and calves leather covers only a portion of this domestic consumption. So, it is necessary to import 30 million square feet (equal to one million pieces) of cow hide from foreign companies and process it into leather.
Leather unions and leather products associations are planning to lay out a comprehensive model for enhancing production chains. These bodies are also trying to introduce a strategic model for promoting.
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