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Hamid Leather Raw Material Wet Blue Leather
Leather Raw Material Raw Hide Leather

Hamid Leather has been continuously sourcing Raw Hide and Wet-Blue from local & global markets

In the context of Hamid Leather's manufacturing operations, the term "raw material" primarily refers to the primary input used in the production of leather and leather-based products. Leather, being the core material for Hamid Leather's product range, is the primary raw material that undergoes various processing stages to transform it into finished leather garments, accessories, and other products.

Equality as a Core Value

The raw material in the form of leather includes hides and skins sourced from animals such as sheep, goats, cows, and buffalo. These hides and skins serve as the starting point for the leather production process. The selection of these raw materials is a meticulous process, considering factors such as the specific requirements of each product, the desired characteristics of the final leather, and the ethical and sustainability aspects of sourcing.

RAW Hides

Hamid Leather is concentrating on securing its raw material supply line both locally and globally in order to satisfy the growing demand for our leathers, streamline production, and ensure seamless delivery. Hamid Leather maintains an unbroken supply of high-quality raw materials by owning a network of raw hide warehouses in Pakistan's major towns. In our tannery, we have a temperature-controlled raw material shed where skins may be kept for an extended period of time without going bad.

In addition to hides and skins, other materials may also be considered raw materials in the broader context of manufacturing leather products.

  • Chemicals and dyes: These substances are used in the tanning and dyeing processes to transform the raw hides and skins into finished leather with the desired properties, colors, and textures.
  • Packaging Materials: Materials used for packaging the final products, such as cardboard, paper, and plastic, are also considered raw materials in the context of product presentation and protection.
  • Thread and Fasteners: Materials like threads, zippers, buttons, and other fasteners are essential for assembling leather products like garments and accessories.
  • Linings and Interlinings: These materials, such as fabric linings or interlinings, may be used in leather garments and bags to provide structure and comfort.
  • Fibers and Fillings: In some products, like jackets and cushions, fibers or fillings may be used as raw materials to provide insulation and padding.

The selection, treatment, and processing of these raw materials are critical stages in Hamid Leather's production process. The company's commitment to quality control and sustainability extends to the sourcing and responsible use of these raw materials to ensure the final products meet the highest standards of craftsmanship, durability, and aesthetics.