Curtumes participam do Ecodesign Inverno 2016

Curtumes participam do Ecodesign Inverno 2016

08 of October of 2015

After almost 104 years of work, the tannery Krumenauer - one of the companies participating in the project Ecodesign - operates more than 30 years in the international market. Being export its main business two decades ago, now accounts for 95% of business generated by the tannery.
 
Social responsibility and sustainability have always been part of the working system of Krumenauer, seeking renewal of their industry investing heavily in maintaining a good wastewater treatment and waste disposal.
 
When asked about the formula to keep in constant growth in the market the Commercial Director of the tannery, Joel Krumenauer highlights: "Obviously the reality imposes on us a constant renewal, certifications, standardization, product development, and plenty of commercial work to keep us on market and that's what we are dedicated day to day business.
 

The Winter 2016 collection:

In April, the stylist Isabela Capeto was in Novo Hamburgo / RS-Brazil to start the collection Winter 2016 Ecodesign. The pieces were presented during the Inspiramais, which takes place 08-09 July in São Paulo. For prototypes of this Isabela edition uses raw materials from tanneries: Aguapé - exotic leathers (fish and frog); Krumenauer - vacum; FCC - soles Grupon; Escape Leather - vacum , and Tannery Caxiense (sheep). Also participating companies: Comlasa - lining; Sander Brothers - horns; Blaze Transfers & Components / hot fix; Reuter Metais- Metals and CIFA Threads and yarns - waxed cord.
 
The pieces of this ECODESIGN collection have also been displayed in the ACLE – All China Leather Exhibition in Shanghai on last Aug 31st , Sep 1st and 2nd 2015.
 
The Ecodesign Project, conducted by Assintecal- Brazilian Association of Leather & Shoes Components Industries in partnership with the Brazilian Support Service for Micro and Small Enterprises (Sebrae) and sponsored by TANAC, and support of the Industries Centre of Tanneries Industries of Brazil (CICB).