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27th International Shoes & Leather Exhibition - Guangzhou

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Guangzhou International Leather Exhibition - GILE
Guangzhou International Tanning Technology & Machinery Exhibition - GITTME

31 / 5 - 2 / 6 , 2017

Pre-show Press Release

Being the most influential and promising fair of footwear and leather industry in Asia, The 27th International Exhibition on Shoes & Leather Industry – Guangzhou is successfully held on 31 May to 02 June 2017 at the China Import & Export Fair Complex (Area B), Guangzhou, China.

SHOES & LEATHER – GUANGZHOU 2017 has attracted more than 800 companies from 20 countries and regions presenting their latest products and technologies during the 3-day exhibition period, occupying 55,000 sqm exhibition area. Over 30,000 trade visitors from more than 60 countries & regions are estimated to visit the fair in order to source the shoe making and tanning machinery, leather and hide, shoe-making materials, accessories & components and chemical products.

With the continuous global support of 12 national pavilions from 6 countries and regions, once again SHOES & LEATHER – GUANGZHOU 2017 proves that China is still an important shoe & leather marketplace for business potential.


The 9 th International Footwear Design Competition (“IFDC 2017”) organized by the “Confederation of International Footwear Conference” and co-organized by all the regional country members, reveals the prominent creativity and innovation of young designers.

“TREND WALK” area will display the stylish finished products and innovative raw materials from high-end designer brands of manufactures presenting the hot news on tomorrow’s color and style.

“TECHNICAL SEMINAR” will be hosted during the fair period. Local & international speakers from Germany, Hong Kong and UK will be invited to present the critical role research and validation can play in bringing new products to market; matching of clothing with footwear as well as the introduction of Industry 4.0.

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