EXCLUSIVE: SOUTH AFRICA: New car leather plant exports to Alfa Romeo
Two Italian automotive leather companies, Mario Levi SPA and Ambra Leather, have opened a 39 million rand ($US4 million) factory in Uitenhage, South Africa. The re-tanning and finishing joint venture produces leather mainly for export to Italian car maker Alfa Romeo although negotiations for supply deals with local vehicle manufacturers are under way.
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