As consumers, we are all becoming more and more discerning with increasingly high expectations.
- If a product is sold as ‘genuine leather’ then we expect it to be just that.
- If it displays the LeatherSure mark it must comply with the terms and conditions of this certification trade mark.
The leather verification process ensures that leather and leather articles comply with the definitions outlined in BS2780 No 159 and documented at the Trade Marks Registry. Once a leather article has been verified a BLC document of authenticity will be issued and it will not require further inspection unless the specification of the leather or product is altered.
The Leathermark Registration Scheme is designed to ensure that your customers instantly recognise your commitment to meeting their increasing expectations of product quality and value for money.