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Nappa Conf SRL

Nappa Conf SRL

Sebis, Romania

General info

The company was founded in 1997 and the sole administrator is Parfeni Iacob. The number of employers is 25.
The main field is production of skin and fur, togheter with a manufactory  for garments production.The activity is carried out in 5 production facilities (wet end, finishing, fur manufactory, garment manufactory). Absolutely all the technological chain operation are carried out in the company. Basic tannery machinery is mostly made in Italy. The company has its own system for thermal agent and hot water production for technological purpose. The treatment of waste water is performed in a station which serves all tanneries from Nappa Conf SRL  neighborhood. Mainly, raw materials are from domestic resources.The production is intended, mostly for the internal market.

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