The new exhibitors Première Vision Leather

12 new companies join Première Vision Leather this edition. To make your visit easier, they are gathered within the New Exhibitors area.

Meet them and discover their products and know-how.

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This family business created in the 1950s started out with the production of lamb coming from South America. In the 1990s, the company started to produce deer and reindeer leather and has made the latter its speciality. Very few tanneries offer reindeer leather. Reindeer is mainly used for clothing due to its properties which include its natural fineness and its silky texture.

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Anil Tannery, a Turkish family company, initially sold hides and meat, developing over the generations with the production of finished lamb and sheep leather, then opening a second tannery for the production of bovine leather. Production is 100% integrated and this coupled with R&D investments allows the company to meet the varied demands of their clients from the clothing, leather goods and footwear sectors, ranging from mid-end to luxury markets. Anil Tannery has also adopted responsible production with both tanneries being located in areas that have their own water treatment and gas recycling systems, meaning they are very close to producing zero pollution. All the chemical products used in their production are environmentally friendly and have REACH certification.


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This Brazilian tannery founded in the 1980s quickly specialised in suede flesh split. Since then it has become its leading product. The tannery produces a variety of versions of the product (cracked, perforated, coloured, printed…) to meet the demands for customisation from their clients. With this product, Curtume Rusan positions itself almost exclusively on the footwear market and today counts the leading sports shoe labels among its customers. Mindful of its duty to the environment, Curtume Rusan tannery is determined to continually improve its environmental performance, meet legal requirements and avoid pollution. To achieve this, the company uses environmentally-friendly production techniques, combined with modern technology that minimises the volume of water needed to process the leathers and reduces the environmental impact.

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This is a Turkish tannery founded in 1971, which was initially specialised in the tanning and production of clothing from goat and lamb leather. In the 1990s, the company started to produce deer leather from New Zealand and has made this product its speciality. The grain of deer leather is around 2mm thick with a pronounced marking, and it is often used for gloves and leather goods for its strength and because it does not crease. Among the innovations offered by Derma Deri, there is very fine deer leather, just 0.3/0.4 mm, which can be used for clothing.

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GD Taylor is a young Italian tannery specialised in tanning exotic leathers (python, alligator, crocodile, caiman, lizard and ostrich). The small scale of the company allows it to respond individually to the demands of its clients. The products are mainly aimed at the leather goods and footwear markets. Their strong point is to offer a wide range of colours and finishes.



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This Turkish tannery based in Usak is specialised in lamb leather mainly for clothing, with a small amount being used for leather goods. They offer chrome, mixed and vegetable tanning. Thanks to a 100% integrated production process and a supply of raw hides from the domestic market, Hira Deri is very reactive. The company is also focused on responsible production with the use of chemical products that respect the environment as well as the treatment of waste water and waste material from the manufacturing process.

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Founded in 1923, Kampana Deri belongs to the Savranoglu group. This tannery produces bovine leather (cow and young bull) for the leather goods sector, notably including a range of glazed leather, but also footwear with leathers for soles and for shoe uppers.


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The Kyoto Leather label is the fruit of the association of a consultancy firm, a tannery and a dyeing firm, all of which are Japanese. It has also been selected by the government to promote Japanese leather. A proportion of its production is made from the Japanese bovine race, the Wagyu, and the aim is to increase supply. But what really makes this Japanese firm stand out is the printing on leather they offer, produced in a traditional manner. The designs are mostly inspired by Japanese culture, particularly by kimonos, and are printed with extreme precision, allowing even the smallest detail to be clearly visible. An incredible finish on leather, ideally suited to small leather goods collections.


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Specialised in finished lamb leather, OSM Leather offers all types of tanning (chrome, vegetable and mixed) as well as aniline and semi-aniline finishes. Mainly focused on the clothing market, OSM Leather also produces a range for footwear and leather goods. Highlights in the various finishes that are available include interesting perforation and laser work to give a textured finish.


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This Japanese company is specialised in Kurozan leather, also known as the ‘black diamond’ of leather for its dark and shiny appearance. This leather is bovine leather from the Japanese Wagyu race (Kobe beef) which is dipped in tanning agents then in liquid iron, producing a chemical reaction that gives the leather its black colour. The lustrous finish is obtained thanks to the application of many layers of lacquer which is then hand-polished to give the leather even more shine. Kurozan is a rare leather that is only produced in Japan. It can be used for leather goods and footwear but also for clothing.


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In 2014, the company Conceria Superior and the Prada group bought the Hervy tannery, which became Tannerie Limoges. This French tannery is specialised in full and semi-aniline lamb skins for garment, footwear, handbag and glove production.


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This Italian tannery, founded in 1978 and based in Solofra, works with various types of leather (lamb, goat etc.) Its special feature is the wide range of finishes it offers, including hand screen-printing, embossing, pleating, lamination, glazing – a range of techniques to ensure personalised products and surprising effects on leather. This family company offers its clients bespoke production and expertise.