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Published on : Sep 04, 2019

Leather derived from animal skin has received flak from several individuals and organisations. This has shifted the focus of leather manufacturers towards the use of plant-based leather derivatives. Tanning of plant-based leather is easier, and this factor has played a key role in the growth of the global chrome tanning materials market. Despite environmental concerns related to plastic leather, it continues to attract high demand from the textiles industry. 

The growth of the global chrome tanning materials market largely depends on the strategies adopted by shoe and bag manufacturers. Recently, ATP Atelier launched new designs of shoes and bags that are made out of vegetable-tanned leather, and do not require chrome-tanning. Trends such as this have hampered the growth of the global market. 

Research Moz (Rmoz) released a report on the global chrome tanning materials market that uncovers several key market trends. 

Vintage and Retro Trends in the Fashion Industry

The popularity of retro themes in the fashion industry is an important consideration for the vendors operating in the global chrome tanning materials market. Chrome-tanning is a process as old as five decades, and the market vendors can appeal to the consumers by popularising the vintage appeal of chrome-tanned leathers. Bespoke fashion trends have also played an integral role in the growth of the global chrome tanning materials market. 

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Popularity of Leather Manufacturing in Asia Pacific 

On the basis of geography, the global chrome tanning materials market is segmented into Asia Pacific, North America, the Middle East and Africa, South America, and Europe. The leather industry in Asia Pacific is several decades old, and this is a key driver of demand within the regional chrome tanning materials market. Leather manufactured in India is exported to several other regions. Popularity of traditional tanning methods in Asia Pacific has also propelled regional market demand.