Irish leather production drops

20 December 2004

Unsurprisingly, since Ireland's only tannery decided earlier this year that the level of orders coming in was insufficient to justify continuing with production, Ireland's Central Statistical Office reports that the production of leather and leather products in Ireland in October was 41.5% compared with the same month in 2003. In comparison, overall industrial output in Ireland in October was 5.8% lower year-on-year. The combined turnover of Irish leather industry companies in October was 31.4% lower year-on-year.

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