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F.S. Candino : Top Quality Safety & Work Gloves Manufacturers in Pakistan

Defence Road, Opp. Mosque Iqbal Town,, Sialkot, Pakistan

F.S. Candino Industries is leading in top quality work, safety, industrial hand protection gloves manufacturers and suppliers in Sialkot, Pakistan Since 1985.


New Miana P[ura East, Sialkot, 51310 Sialkot, Pakistan

We are manufacturer and exporter of all kinds of leather goods and much more leather products

Nigam Industry

Gohad Pur Nawan Pind Road, 51310 Sialkot, Pakistan

No compromise on quality & scheduled delivery with highly competitive pricing. We stand ready to serve you our knowledgeable friendly staff willing to answer any question regarding our produc…

487/79, Tata motors , Pipal Wali Gali, Peera Garhi, 110087 Delhi, India

Shoppa In is an Manufacturer Exporter, Supplier of yellow maize, leather hand gloves, agarbatti, sofa set & petroleum jelly in India.


MH street, 51340 Sialkot, Pakistan

With the experience of 32 years we are introducing, MH Export Import is a professional Leather/Split Leather manufacturer of gloves and all sorts of safety wears in Pakistan since 1989, At presen…

Halcon Leather

Daska Road, 51310 Sialkot, Pakistan

We are manufacturer and Exporter of Leather Apparels and Accessories. We have Experience of more than 10 years in International Export, please give us chance with small trail order to check our q…

V.H.S Sports Gloves Manufacturer

Defance Road Sialkot, 51310 Sialkot, Pakistan

We are manufacturer and exporter of outdoor sports gloves, indoor sports gloves and all kind of leather gloves

Star Cruse International

street no 1 muhalla islamabad sialkot, 51310 sialkot, Pakistan


Banga Knitwear

Plot no.1/1654, St. No. 1, Sant Vihar, New Kailash Nagar, Basti Jodhewal, 141007 Ludhiana, India

Manufacturer & Exporter of Readymade Garment

Win Style Apparel

Muhammad Pura, 51310 Sialkot, Pakistan

Manufacturer And Exporter Of Wholesale Clothing



Founded in 2004, Jieling Industrial is a leading manufacturer and exporter of Magnets、Magnetic Components in China. For the magnets, our products are including Neodymium iron boron strong magnet …

Anar Rub Tech Pvt. Ltd.

No. 7, Panchal Industrial Estate, Near S.B.I., Bapunagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India - 380024., 380024 Ahmedabad, India No. 7, Panchal Industrial Estate, S.B.I, Bapunagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380024

Manufacturer of All kind of Embossing Roller Since 1978. Anar Rub tech Pvt. Ltd. Has been the prominent supplier and exporter of Embossing Rollers. Anar Rub Tech Pvt. Ltd leading manufacturers a…


Muzaffarpur, 51310 Sialkot, Pakistan

Rising Pro Sports is one of the leading sportwear Manufacturing/Exporting Company Since 2009 across the globe. It Has Been Serving the sports world and renowned brands from years, Functioning wit…

Zhejiang Delijia Stationery Co., Ltd

No.23rd Road, Yuandian Road, 317000 Taizhou, China

Zhejiang Delijia Stationery Co., Ltd is a Chinese manufacturing company located in Taizhou, China. The company specializes in the production of notebooks, paper, and other stationery products. Th…

Bestar Wooden Industrial Corp.

No. 20, Sanceng Lane, Tucheng Village, Caotun Township,, 54244 Nantou County, Taiwan

Wooden Desktop Accessories Manufacturer - Bestar Wooden Corp.

Sportrino Sports

70-A TIPU ROAD, S.I.E, 51310 Sialkot, Pakistan

SPORTRINO SPORTS the apparel manufacturing company leads the market in the supply of comfortable and reliable Work wear, Safety Wear, Corporate Wear, Casual & Sports Wear for All. That is, me…

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How to Get a CITES Certificate for a Leather Exporter?

Getting a CITES certificate is important if you want to sell your leather products. It is also necessary to ensure that you are not using any pesticides or chemicals in your leather dyeing process.

India's leather exports

Among the various economic sectors, the leather and footwear industry in India is one of the largest. It provides employment to over four million people. The sector has also become a major source of employment for women.

The leather industry in India has several technical research and development institutions. The sector has also become an integral part of India's exports. The government has taken a number of initiatives to strengthen the sector.

Among the numerous initiatives, the Indian Footwear and Accessories Development Programme has played a key role in modernising the production units. A government package has also been rolled out to provide training and skills development to the industry.

Among the many reasons for India's growth in leather and footwear, it has the world's highest cattle and buffalo population. The country's economic size is large enough to channel significant resources towards strengthening the industry.

The government also has been promoting technological innovations. The EPCG Scheme has been amended to allow the import of spare parts for existing machinery. In addition, the SIDBI has also launched loan schemes for energy-efficient equipment.

Chromium pollution generated by leather exporters

During processing of leather, chromium is used as a tanning agent. The tanning process produces different types of wastes. The main wastes produced during the tanning process are raw trimmings, leather shavings, salts and wastes from the water treatment process. All these wastes have different characteristics and generate different amounts of pollution.

During the tanning process, chromium III present in the leather turns into hexavalent chromium VI. Hexavalent chromium is highly toxic and can cause cancer. Hexavalent chromium can also cause skin rashes and respiratory problems.

The salt used to preserve leather is a major source of pollution. It also produces groundwater pollution. The pollution load of salt is huge. The use of salt in leather preservation also discharges chlorides and total dissolved solids. The chromium containing salts are often accumulated outside tanneries and can cause ground water pollution.

In many countries, safe disposal of shavings is a problem. It poses a health hazard to people and livestock. Various ways have been developed for the safe disposal of solid wastes from the leather industry.

CITES certificate required to export leather

CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) is a convention that aims to protect wild species by restricting trade. It is an agreement between governments of countries around the world that aim to preserve wildlife for future generations. It is also a way for governments to identify trends in trade to help reasess the status of certain species.

In order to trade in species that have been listed on CITES, you need a CITES certificate. These certificates are issued by the relevant authority in the country of origin. In some countries, you may also need a phytosanitary import permit. These are required for some plant products. You may also need a veterinary import permit for some live animals.

There are many rules and regulations to follow when trading in protected species. You may need to get a certificate from CITES, a long-term permit from the country of origin or a re-export permit. There are also special EU regulations that apply in all Member States.

Pesticides used in leather dyes

Occupational hazards of the leather manufacturing industry are relatively understudied. The leather manufacturing process involves altering animal hides. This includes removing unwanted parts of the hide. It also involve hair removal. These activities involve use of a range of hazardous chemicals.

Chemicals used in leather manufacturing include pentachlorophenol, o-phenylphenol, and chloronitrofen. These chemicals are used to protect leather from bacterial and mould degradation during wet processing and storage. Some plants also use benzidine-based dyes. Other factories may use older batches of chemicals.

The leather manufacturing process involves the use of solvents to dissolve fats and oils. These are used in cleaning and finishing. Some companies also use biocides. Some chemicals are also used as flame retardants in some leather goods.

The use of chlorinated chemicals in leather goods is one of the primary sources of PCDD/PCDF contamination. It is important to understand how these chemicals are used in the tanning process. As PCDD/PCDF is formed during finishing, it is important to prevent contamination by using the best available techniques.