CICB Brazilian Leather Mexico 2023 Trade Mission: see impressions from participating tanneries

Insights from CICB Brazilian Leather Mexico 2023 Trade Mission

Leather from Brazil was recently in Mexico for the ANPIC fair, in León. At the end of the event, part of the Brazilian group participated in the CICB Brazilian Leather Trade Mission to Mexico 2023, with business rounds with leather importers and in-person visits to purchasing industries. The entire action was supported by the Brazilian Leather Project.

The agenda was facilitated and supported by local entities, and was held in León and Guadalajara. The entire program was planned taking into account the profiles of Brazilian tanneries and the types of leather demanded by manufacturers of shoes, bags, accessories and furniture in both cities. The manufacturing industries visited serve the Mexican and North American markets, in particular. See below the impressions of the tanneries participating in the Mission: 

“The CICB Brazilian Leather Mexico 2023 Trade Mission gave us the opportunity to have a broad look at this market, for which there are positive prospects.”, Renato Nascimento, Mastrotto Brasil 

“With a program that connected participants to large leather importers already established in Mexico and other smaller organizations, but with potential for growth, the Trade Mission was very positive. There is, in fact, an interest on the part of customers in importing from Brazil, a country that has quality and tradition in the leather industry”, Alberto Magaglio, Viposa SA 

“It was a very assertive agenda, including the diversity of suppliers and customers. We already served Mexico, but the Mission opened up space for laterality, expanding the reach of our product in different segments of the same customer. We had the opportunity to access the right people in all the leather importing organizations visited in Mexico”, Pablo Boll, OCM Best Brasil

“It was interesting to see the characteristics of the market in detail. With the mission, we had the opportunity to understand the size of the leather import industry in Mexico, what type of product and segments in which there is sales potential”, Diego Nimo, Curtume Nimo

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