Indonesia’s leather products suppliers to hold export quotes by relying on abundant sources of indigenous raw material

21 Feb 2011 • by Natalie Aster

Indonesia – “To increase competitiveness in the market, Indonesian suppliers of leather products plan to hold export quotes in the next six months, made possible by the abundant source of locally available raw materials.”

The “Sourcing Report: Indonesia - Leather Products” by Global Sources offers buyers quality suppliers of new fashion accessories, footwear and garments. The Report features profiles of 32 export suppliers with verified manufacturing and production capacity, plus descriptions, prices and packaging details for more than 145 popular export products ranging from handbags and wallets to jackets and sandals.

Report Details:

Sourcing Report: Indonesia - Leather Products
Published: January 2011
Pages: 94
Price: US$ 75.00

Survey results show stable prices, makers target EU market and emphasis on design

“Supplier survey results show that 75 percent of interviewed suppliers plan to hold export, the rest will keep increases between 5 and 10 percent.”

In addition to industry overview and prices forecasts, other high-level results the Report offers include:

  • 40 percent will target the EU as the main export destination;
  • 70 percent anticipate export sales to increase at least 10 percent;
  • 80 percent plan to focus on more decorative elements and designs.

Total annual exports of featured suppliers are more than $18.6 million. They employ roughly 800 full-time workers, who can produce up to 162,000 million pieces a month.

More information can be found in the report “Sourcing Report: Indonesia - Leather Products” by Global Sources.

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