Pangea, the global leather supplier of the world’s leading automotive brands, after inspections in Mexico in all 17 categories, including material traceability from the Leather Working Group (LWG), environmental management systems and energy consumption, Pangea, Leon and Nuevo Laredo met with the highest gold standard. rewarded.
Founded in 1832, Pangea is in an important position in the leather supply chain with its new and technological equipment in 2021. Roger Pinto, Director of Innovation and Sustainability, Pangea, which operates on four continents, said: “Moving continuous improvement and sustainable efforts is not a new but sustainable way of life for us.” The Pangea team prepared with a voluntary gap analysis at all facilities throughout 2022, and by scheduling official inspections throughout 2023, Mexico operations are expected to reach gold status by the end of 2023. Together with the Leather Working Group (LWG), it is committed to a sustainable future by maintaining excellence in leather production. It was also reported that it was subject to peer review by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Textile Exchange, the US World Wildlife Fund such as UNIDO and other important environmental NGOs.