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Important Announcement: Cancellation of Pan African Leather Fair 2021

Dear valuable community, 

As you are aware, Pan African Leather Fair was originally scheduled to be launched in June 2020 but had to be rescheduled to June 2021. Nevertheless, after careful consideration and discussions with our key accounts, partners and associations, we have decided to take the difficult decision to cancel Pan African Leather Fair 2021 until further notice.

Our customers' feedback through direct communications clearly showed that it would be difficult to ensure delivering a high-quality, in-person experience that you rightly expect given the current circumstances.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this will cause for you. We trust that you understand that we made this decision in all our customers and partners' best interests.
Best regards,

Placing Your Safety at the Heart of our Event

Pan African Leather Fair will be organized in accordance with Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standards. As the world’s leading events organizer, Informa has developed a detailed set of enhanced measures to provide the highest levels of hygiene and safety at its events, providing everyone with reassurance and confidence they are participating in a safe and controlled environment.

PALF invites you to join the leather industry experts

PALF Proudly Presented the Second Webinar Titled "Egypt – A Potential Hub for the Leather Industry in Middle East & Africa"

Streamed live on 27 July, this webinar was presented in Arabic and recording is now available

Egypt is  a strong regional market characterised by a fast growing economy,  with a strong and uprising leather industry in terms of local manufacturing and export of leather material and products, all  supported by the Robbiki leather city, MENA's largest eco-industrial leather cluster. This webinar presented an unprecendented opportunity that brought together 3 of the main key players in the industry in Egypt, aiming to give an overview of the leather market & industry in Egypt through tackling: The upcoming plan of El Roubiki city, the export & investments size and most of all how the current global pandemic affects the market and what will come out of it.

Powered by APLF, Pan African Leather fair main objective is to offer an interactive platform that caters to the entire leather supply chain locally and internationally. If you are part of a tannery, a machine supplier, a leather product designer or an export entity, in the Middle East or Africa, this webinar is for you. 

This webinar was organised in partnership with the Leather Export Council of Egypt (LEC), Cairo for Investment and Development (CID) and Piel Color Tannery.

You can now access the webinar recording and gain a real current perspective on the Egyptian leather industry.

  *This webinar was presented in Arabic.  Recording is now available.

Supported by the APLF

APLF is the world’s leading leather trade show where a huge range of leather and components can be found. For 36 years they have organised leather and fashion trade shows which attract more than 60,000 visitors annually and provide first-rate business and networking among exhibitors, buyers and industry professionals. APLF is positioned for the sourcing of leathers further “downstream” or related to the manufacturing industries of leather goods and mid to high quality footwear. PALF is proudly powered by APLF.

Leather Shows Managed by Informa Markets

Leather shows managed by Informa markets: PALF, APLF and ACLE
Exhibit at the show

Exhibit at PALF

Whether you're a manufacturer looking to enter the market or a well-established distributor or supplier looking to expand operations, PALF provides the perfect gateway to the growing African and Middle East leather industries that can help you.