APLF LEATHER & MATERIALS+ | 29-31 March 2017, Hong Kong
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  • 7 March 2017
    APLF Leather & Materials+ & Fashion Access 2017 – Onsite Events & Activities

    APLF offers educational onsite events of commercial benefit to exhibitors and visitors of its upcoming APLF Leather & Materials+ and Fashion Access fairs. These include seminars, conferences, materials and trend displays that are interesting, even inspirational, and which create a complete fair experience.

    This year's APLF fairs are no exception and here follows a brief description of some of the returning events and new ones for APLF participants.

  • 25 Oct 2016
    APLF announces new fair dates for 2018 and 2019

    In line with its policy of serving the global leather and fashion industries APLF is pleased to announce an adjustment to its traditional event dates for its Hong Kong fairs from 2018 onwards.

    APLF has been held at the end of March for three decades but due to the proximity of the Easter vacation from 2018 onwards a decision has been taken to move the dates forward by approximately two weeks to mid - March.

  • 1 June 2016
    APLF: Leather & Materials+

    The Complete Supply Chain of Leather, Performance Fabrics and Components all under One Roof!

    APLF has been serving the Global Leather & Fashion Industries for 33 years and has now widened its scope to cover the whole manufacturing supply chain to include athletic, leisure and sports fashion - from raw to performance materials and fabrics, components for the manufacture of athletic and casual footwear, sports fashion clothing & accessories.

  • 12 April 2016
    Global Economic Slowdown Impacts Demand for Leather

    Despite misgivings about the slowdown in demand for leather from China in the first two months of 2016, MM&T got off to a brisk start and this continued into Day 2 of this major event.

    The fact is that if China does not receive orders to manufacture subcontracted leather footwear from brands in developed countries then leather demand will be slack.