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Some of the world’s leading tanners in the automotive leather segment will introduce new innovations and technologies as well as the latest in environmental stewardship at the upcoming ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain conference in Munich on May 21. To book your delegate place click here.
With the conference programme almost complete, the event will cover a wide range of hot topics affecting the global automotive leather supply chain. The conference will be the platform to listen to the latest ways leather can be used inside car interiors with digital touch technology, mixing the connected interior with a natural material. Leading tanners from Europe and Brazil will also showcase the latest ways that leather can be produced with a lower carbon footprint and using fewer resources and chemicals, making the most out of a natural by-product from another industry. This is a must attend event for any OEM and Tier-1 supplier looking to source the most innovative and sustainable leather, as well as any company looking to grow in one of the industry’s most dynamic sectors.
Confirmed speakers and topics:
Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019.
Time: Half-day (afternoon). Registration/coffee: 12-12.50pm, conference 12.50pm - 5.15pm (includes a 30 minute coffee break/networking session).
Venue: Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich, Germany
Delegate prices: £355/€395/US$445, plus any applicable taxes and fees*
*Prices advertised exclude a 3.5% booking fee. UK and EU delegates may be subject to VAT.
Delegates who register to attend the conference are also entitled to a 10% discount off the recently published in-depth report "Automotive Leather - a modern and sustainable industry". For more information please click here or to purchase contact Maria Wallace: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All presentations will be in English only. The conference is organised by International Leather Maker (ILM) and is sponsored by TFL, Zschimmer & Schwarz and JBS Couros. GER Elettronica and theSauerReport are the event supporters. Click here to see the confirmed speaker programme.