China headquartered Henan Prosper Group, the biggest sheepskin leather supplier around the world, is diversifying its product portfolio and moving into a new market segment, bovine leather – reports ILM.
A new plant has been constructed, which has been planned and designed to be equipped with a series of state-of-the-art machinery to accomplish a high volume of production by the end of the first half of 2021, and to be fully complete by the end of 2023.
Values and beliefs of sustainable development
The new factory has been created with sustainability goals at the forefront.
“The leather industry is a natural, green and recyclable industry. As an industry leader, HP Group is committed to the in-depth development of the industrial chain and the continuous expansion of new business”, says HP Group CEO Michael Lyu.
Since the beginning of its construction, the bovine factory has been adhering to modern and sustainable tanning concepts, introducing advanced Italian and French tanning technology and simultaneously using the R&D platform and advantages of the entire HP Group, adopting a large number of environmentally friendly tanning technologies, such as chrome-free, metal-free tanning, water recycling, “zero discharge” methodology, and more - all of which have played a positive role in supporting and leading the green development of the group and the industry.
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