HDS/L Symposium am 23. Mai in Mindelheim

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 14:46German
Die HDS/L Mitgliederversammlung findet auch in diesem Jahr wieder in Verbindung mit einem Symposium statt. Am 22./23. Mai trifft sich die Branche im bayrischen Mindelheim. Das Motto der Veranstaltung lautet „Die Branche in Bewegung“. Der bewusst gewählte Titel gibt einerseits einen Hinweis auf die ebenso rasante wie brisante Entwicklung, mit der sich die Schuh- und Lederwarenbranche täglich konfrontiert sieht. Andererseits ist auch die Wahl des Ortes Spiegelbild der zunehmenden Geschwindigkeit, denn das Symposium findet im hochmodernen Logistik-Center der Firma Gabor statt.

HDS/L: Deutsche Schuh- und Lederwarenindustrie auf internationalen Frühjahrsmessen vertreten

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 14:20German
Im März war der Bundesverband der Schuh- und Lederwarenindustrie HDS/L mit Gemeinschaftsständen auf den Schuh- bzw. Modemessen in Moskau und Tokio vertreten. Zur MosShoes, die vom 12. März bis 15. März in Moskau stattgefunden hat, kamen laut Veranstalter 11.956 Besucher, was einem Anstieg von 3,75% im Vergleich zur September-Ausgabe entspricht. Von den 400 Ausstellern aus 22 Ländern nahm knapp ein Viertel zum ersten Mal teil. Die 17 deutschen Anbieter, die im attraktiv gestalteten „German Pavilion“ Flagge zeigten, bewerteten den Verlauf der Messe als durchweg gut.

El CTCR recibe el Premio Iberquimia Digital por sus avances en la personalización de plantillas e impresión 3D

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 14:08Spanish
El Centro Tecnológico del Calzado de La Rioja, CTCR, recibía el pasado 4 de abril, uno de los galardones de los IV Premios Iberquimia Digital, por el proyecto que ha permitido el desarrollo de plantillas personalizadas, impresas en 3D, a partir de un innovador software y su conexión a un sistema compuesto por escáneres plantares.

Another successful World Footwear Congress!

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 13:56English
The sixth edition of the World Footwear Congress took place on 4-5 April 2019 in Naples, Italy, located in one of the European regions with a higher footwear industry representation. Under the topic “Digitalisation for a sustainable footwear industry”, high-level speakers shared their best practices and experiences among the worldwide footwear community, such as business, associations, technical and education centres, policy makers, and journalists in Naples,

La Asociación de Componentes presenta las tendencias para el otoño-invierno 2020-21

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 11:19Spanish
La sostenibilidad marcará una temporada en la que triunfará el cuero vegano o el que se hace con piña o pieles de coco El Centro de Congresos de Elche ha acogido esta tarde la presentación de las Tendencias de Moda para el Otoño-Invierno 2020-2021 del sector del calzado y los componentes. El aforo se ha completado para conocer de primera mano las propuestas que ha presentado la prestigiosa consultora en tendencias de moda WGSN.

AEC presenta las TENDENCIAS OTOÑO INVIERNO 2020/2021 el 9 de Abril en el Centro de Congresos de Elche, con la participación de la prestigiosa promotora de tendencias WGSN.

Friday, April 5, 2019 - 19:24Spanish
Un año más desde AEC hemos organizado la PRESENTACION DE TENDENCIAS de Moda para la Temporada OTOÑO INVIERNO 2020-2021, del sector del Calzado y sus Componentes, con la participación de la prestigiosa promotora en tendencias de moda WGSN.

El CTCR revalida su garantía de calidad por su excelente servicio, capacidad en I+D+i y sostenibilidad

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 - 15:50Spanish
La entidad líder en certificación, AENOR, vuelve a auditar al CTCR, como cada año, confirmando una satisfactoria revisión de los estándares normativos, lo que permitirá al Centro Tecnológico mejorar sus actuaciones y avalar sus hechos de forma continuada y a futuro

140 BRANDS IN MUNICH FOR THE ‘MODA MADE IN ITALY’ EVENT

Sunday, March 24, 2019 - 17:38English
The event, now in its 52nd year, offers German buyers the chance to finalise their orders From the 24th to the 26th of March, Germany will be showcasing Moda Made in Italy, an event organised by Assocalzaturifici and dedicated to high-end products. The exhibition, now in its 52nd year, invites industry experts to Hall 4 of the MOC (Munich Order Centre), Munich’s core exhibition space.

Gallery SHOES - International Tradeshow for Shoes & Accessories - 10-12 March 2019 - Review

Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 17:03English
 Steady attendance with 9,800 professional visitors  Unanimous praise from trade and industry associations  A good atmosphere and results despite stormy weather conditions  Number of exhibitors participating in all four Igedo tradeshows in Düsseldorf is growing

‘MADE IN ITALY’ SHOES GO TO RUSSIA REPRESENTED BY 130 COMPANIES

Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 15:56English
Assocalzaturifici takes the best of our production to the Obuv’ Mir Koži in Moscow from the 19th to the 22nd of March Constantly monitoring strategic markets for Italian footwear exports remains high amongst Assocalzaturifici’s priorities. Because of this Obuv’ Mir Koži, the international exhibition of footwear and leather goods organised at the Moscow Expocentre from March 19th to 22nd, continues to be a reference point in the world of international trade fairs dedicated to the sector. 130 Italian brands will be present at the event that, over four days, will present the Autumn/Winter 2019/2020 collections to buyers and members of the trade from the Republics of the Russian Federation and the states that gravitate in the commercial orbit of the Eurasian giant - like Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine. Obuv’ Mir Koži, in fact, after Milan's Micam remains the most prestigious international showcase and guarantees excellent visibility to Italian footwear companies, as well as reflecting the vitality and fervour of a market that pays great attention to the creativity, quality and craftsmanship that goes into a product - all factors that have always characterised our “know-how”. In 2017, more than 6.3 million pairs of Italian shoes were exported to Russia, for a total value of 380 million euros. In the first eleven months of 2018, Italy exported 5.2 million pairs, worth 316 million euros (down to 11.5% compared to the same period in 2017). Despite the unfavourable trend, Russia confirmed itself as the sixth reference market in terms of value and the eighth for volume in the world ranking of destination countries.

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