Located at the Nanjing Chemical Industrial Park (NCIP), the Smit & zoon plant in Nanjing started production in 2008. Since then, Smit & zoon has strengthened its commitment to the Chinese market and has continuously increased its production of leather processing chemicals in China. The plant adheres to the highest standards with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OSHAS 18001 certifications, and Level II Certificate of Safety Standardization.
Hans van Haarst, CEO of Smit & zoon says: “I am very honored and exited to be here and celebrate this milestone. With our excellent team, our strong network, and the desire to offer Chinese tanneries high quality wet-end and finishing products and excellent technical support, the past 10 years have been successful for us. China is one of our most important markets and we are confident that in the years to come we can continue to support our Chinese customers in their aim to produce high quality, sustainable leather.”
Jack Ji, Plant Manager of Smit Nanjing adds: “Smit Nanjing is proud to complete a decade of production excellence in China. I congratulate my team for the terrific progress our plant has made in the past 10 years and achieving the high international quality standards. We will continue to maintain the sustainability strategy of Smit Group as well as providing high quality products and excellent service to our customers. Above all, we will continue to develop new environment friendly products for the leather market.”
About Smit & zoon
Headquartered in Weesp, The Netherlands, Smit & zoon is a leading global supplier of wet-end and finishing leather chemicals for tanneries. Smit & zoon develops and produces leather chemicals used in the manufacturing of leather for well-known brands of shoes, cars, furniture, clothes and bags. With its focus on innovation and sustainability and a long-term focus, Smit & zoon supports its customers in meeting their current and future needs. In November 2018, Smit & zoon acquired Codyeco, an Italian producer of leather tanning chemicals, headquartered in Santa Croce sull’Arno, Italy.