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China Leather Tanning Processing Industry, 2016

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June., 11, 2016, Mumbai, India: Market Reports on China presents the report, on “China leather tanning processing industry, 2016”.   This report provides a complete set of the industry data, import/export data, the top 20 companies’ database, and 5 years of forecast.

Leather tanning processing refers to the process of depilating and tanning raw skins and hides of animals through physical and chemical methods to produce leather, which is more durable and less susceptible to decomposition. The relevant activities include: leather tanning; light leather processing (to produce light, soft and colored leather for manufacturing shoe top, apparel, gloves, soft bags, leather goods, etc); heavy leather processing (to produce thick and durable leather for manufacturing under sole and military, industrial and civil leather goods); processing of rare animal hide.

In 2015, the economic operations of the leather industry remained basically stable and showed a trend of slow growth, which appears as the minor growth in the production indicator, basic stability of the light leather output and slow growth in leather production. In 2015, the output of light leather is up by 0.9%; the output of leatherwear is up by 0.6%, with growth rate going down by 3.2%; the output of fur clothes is up by 4.0%, with growth rate dropping by 14.7%; the output of leather shoes/boots is up by 2.1%, with growth rate declining by 1.0%.

The sluggish international demands shall be accountable for such sluggish growth. Firstly, the export growth is slowing down, with the export volume and export value of leatherwear going down by 26.2% and 37.4% respectively, and the export volume and export value of leather shoes dropping by 6.3% and 1.8% respectively. The export volume of fur garments went up by 4.7%, which is still far from the 36.8% growth achieved in the previous years, while the export value went down by 3.6%. Secondly, the orders are transferring to Southeast Asia.

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