Research and Design form the core of progress and evolution in any industry. At International Trade Organization continuous Design and Research practices have seen it evolve as a diverse company with diverse product offerings to yet broader customer base meeting their varied demands.
Not just R&D technological innovation, upgradation of manufacturing technologies, quality practices etc. form the remaining core pillars to achieve the overarching R&D discipline objective. Together, all these practices fulfill the purpose of R&D and “International Trade Organization” objective to remain contextual and contemporary vis-ŕ-vis qualitative products, better value for stakeholders and value for money to the end consumers both, domestic as well as international.
Our design and product development personnel frequently visit international events and fairs to have get hands on feel of the products in market and being offered concurrently simultaneously keeping abreast with regional and global market trends in the leather industry. All manufacturing units have captive Laboratories to conduct tests on production lots and a design center for tweaking and amending designs to evolve better products.