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Pan African Leather Fair is an annual, international leather show covering the whole supply chain of the leather making and manufacturing industry. Aimed primarily at buyers from Africa and the Middle East, the international profile of the exhibitors will ensure that buyers from outside the region are attracted to source and seek new suppliers at the fair. In effect, it is an international business platform located strategically between Europe, the Middle East and Africa for conducting negotiations, networking, gathering market intelligence and attending educational seminars on contemporary topics.
Being an upstream event, key exhibitors include suppliers of hides, semi-finished leather, wet blue and crust; tannery chemicals, machinery, components and services. Visitors are tannery purchasing managers and technicians, leather goods and footwear manufacturers, hide and skin traders as well as distributors.
With more than 5,000 attendees expected at the show, there will be ample opportunity to meet new customers and consolidate relationships with existing clients. Over the 3 days of the Pan African Leather Fair, high-value contracts will be negotiated and signed as well as new contacts made and waiting to be developed after the show.
PALF exhibitors get significant digital and printed brand exposure before, during and after the event through our year-round marketing activities. An additional selection of exhibitor-exclusive commercial opportunities allows you to further increase your level of visibility.
With more than 200 exhibiting companies showcasing the latest in leather technology and products, use the opportunity to stay abreast of the industry's latest trends and technological advancements that will help you stay ahead of your competition.
Africa is fast emerging as one of the most promising markets for sourcing quality leather and hides for the booming global leather industry.