Producer shoe ornaments
The sector of shoe ornaments grows in exports during the first half of 2016
The auxiliary industry of the footwear sector is recording positive sales figures this year thanks to increased sales in foreign markets.
Specifically the sector of components for footwear as a whole recorded a 9% increase in exports during the first half of 2016 according to the Spanish Association of Footwear Components (AEC). During this first half is registering a good response from international customers, who increasingly prefer to buy the components for the manufacture of footwear in Spain.
In this sense, the sector is sending good amounts of product to European countries like France, Germany, Italy or Portugal. However, international tug does not come only from Europe, since according to AEC also are maintaining contacts with countries of Central and South America such as Brazil, Mexico or Colombia, where there is much interest in working with companies in the sector located in the province of Alicante.
According to the employers of components, the current situation shows that this is a sustainable growth of the sector as more and more components are ordered to Spain, so its ability to diversify its market value.
The sector ornaments and components for shoes will have a strong representation in Futurmoda, on 5 and 6 October.
So far, Futurmoda, International Hall of skin, components, leather goods and machinery for footwear, fair which will host the Alicante trade fair institution next month, with the confirmed participation of 180 exhibitors presented 290 brands an area of 8,200 square meters.
Britigraf Futurmoda be present in 2016 as a producer of shoe ornaments.
Britigraf will participate in Futurmoda 2016, where we are present since the 2014 edition, and where we will have the opportunity to showcase our products, both shoe ornaments as labels for the textile sector. Since Elche is one of the cores of the footwear industry in Britigraf we are specialized in designing and creating all kinds of shoe ornaments such as rings, pins, terminals and handles, using materials such as polyester, satin, cotton, polyamide or linen.
Our techniques to perform them are:
Recorded in high frequency and heat;
Prints of color films;
printed, woven and cardboard labels;
injected technical parts.