On OCT 21, 2016, Sportswear firm Reebok International has unveiled a new manufacturing innovation that it says could fundamentally change the process and speed of footwear creation by eliminating the need for conventional moulds. This indicates new method to manufacture shoes without molds opening up new possibilities. The footwear industry hasn’t changed dramatically from a manufacturing standpoint over the past 30 years, however, this innovation seems long-term but technologically possible approach.
Knitted footwear technology is poised to enhance sustainability and walkability alike. Two years ago, Nike and Adidas released their first knitted running. Both Nike and Adidas fully intend the new technology to apply to lifestyle footwear, not just athletics, and smaller companies are already adopting the designs.
As part of the footwear research and technological innovation, Portuguese Footwear Research Centre (CTCP) shows the way of emerging innovative product concepts that directed to market segments with requirements in health, wellbeing, safety, sustainability etc. These new products are produced using nanomaterials and biomaterials. In this presentation, equipments and processes of nanotechnologies are illustrated in details ensuring human safety and environmental sustainability.
Disposal of drums in charge of the user are becoming more and more expensive with the present regulations on environment protection, which follows production costs on the rise as is increasing the price of the material. However, good news is CO.ME.T, producing industrial installations since 1970, has developed innovative storage systems that are actually complete systems specifically designed for PU.
Facts & Myths surrounding the Leather Supply Chain discuses general myths and facts and way out of Supply Chain
Enzyme-assisted Vegetable Tanning using bovine hide powder gives clear idea how to tann using bovine hide powder
New Chrome VI Legislation clears the requirements for Cr VI, chromium VI, and chromium in Leather in details.
Sustainable Leather Manufacturing provides ideas to maximize customer and shareholder value through leading sustainable manufacturing practices, continuous innovation and outstanding service.
Tien Kang is persistent with sincerity and profession on advancing technology, enlarging scope of products, and integrating the global service to upgrade reliability and performance of machines continuously. As result of constant efforts, Tien Kang has been receiving great appreciation and respect worldwide from customers as well as competitors.
In this research report Ernst & Young assesses the sustainability issue in the leather supply chain with a focus on the effects/risks and relevant trade flows for different companies. The research consists of three parts. Part one addresses the main trade flows and trends in the leather supply chain. Part two describes the main processes used in the different phases of the supply chain and outlines the global sustainability issues that occur. Part three identfies which of the global sustainability issues occur in ten selected countries: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, CHina, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Brazil, Uruguay and Egypt. The research was conducted for MVO Netherland from December 2012 to 2013.