leather sustainability - who are we?

BLC is a private, commercial business providing services and technical support to brands, retailers and their supply chain. These services include material and chemical testing, training, auditing and material research and development.

Through holistic management of critical components such as these, BLC can help you build a sustainable supply chain and embed sustainability into the corporate ethos and philosophy of your business adding value to your product portfolio.

Contact us to arrange a call to discuss how we can support your business.





News & Views

Bronze LWG Award for Yong Shin Leather Co

Yong Shin Leather Co have been audited by BLC against the Leather Working Group (LWG) environmental auditing protocol and has achieved a Bronze rating. Click here to view other companies audited by BLC who have achieved LWG ratings. The environmental auditing protocol and reporting mechanism have been developed and refined...

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Upcoming Events

Leather & Sustainability in Retail Conference 2017

Following the success of last year’s conference, BLC Leather Technology Centre Ltd and International Leather Maker (ILM) are pleased to announce the date of this year’s half-day conference which will be held on Thursday November 16 2017 at One Great George St, Westminster, London

With environmental sustainability still at the heart of any successful business, the theme of this year’s conference will again be focused on building a sustainable value chain for the leather industry. A key requirement for all retailers and brands is upstream supply chain transparency.

Who should attend?

Anyone connected with the Leather Supply Chain including brands and retailers that use or sell leather products with a focus on reducing the environmental impact of leather and leather making. The half-day conference will focus on sustainability and what leather specifiers, technical staff and buyers related to leather need to know.

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