Archives for March 2017

    RATING CRIBS

    For the third two-year period in a row, Figli di Guido Lapi reaches the maximum rating as PRIME COMPANY by Cribis – Dun & Bradstreet, a leading company in the service sector of economic information, credit scoring and solutions for business decisions. The prestigious recognition was also granted to other 6 firms of the Lapi group: FGL Internation, Toscolapi, Finikem, Lapi Gelatine, Gi-Elle-Emme Tannery and Lapi Group.

    The title of PRIME COMPANY certificates the maximum trade reliability of the firm and it is based on the Cribis D&B Rating, which is a dynamic indicator constantly updated, based on authoritative data and information.

     

    Figli di Guido Lapi: the partner you can count on!

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    SKIN TANNED PLANT HAS BEWITCHED JAPAN

    The event arranged by “Consorzio Pelle al vegetale conciata in Toscana” (Consortium Leather vegetable tanned in Tuscany) that took place in Tokyo on the 25 November 2016 was a great success!

    The event was organized at the Italian Institute of Culture and it dealt with the issue of vegetable tanned leather as a true culture and not only as a simple article aimed to manufacture shoes or leather-goods. The aim was the one of letting the audience (more than 300 guests) be conscious about the fact that vegetable leather is an expression of Tuscany, the region that taught the Beauty to the entire world.

    The speaker were Mr. Simone Remi, President of the Consortium and other two members of that Mr. Paolo Testi and our Stefano Pinori, Managing Director at Figli di Guido Lapi. At this event, Stefano was representing the tannins manufacturers. He presented the unique characteristics of tannins, their peculiarities and curiosities. Our “olfactory bar” was particularly appreciated by the public. It consisted in a sequence of wine glasses filled with different tannins. The guest had the opportunity to evaluate the shades of tannins, the real soul of Tuscan vegetable leather, from their eyes and from their nose.

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