LEATHER sarmad June 25, 2022

Leather is regarded as one of the most earliest and useful discoveries of man as our forefathers used leather to protect themselves from the elements. Aboriginals used to hunt wild animals for food and then made clothing, shoes and plain natural tents from the hides. About half of all leather produced in this era is used to make footwear, and roughly 25% for clothing, whereas Upholstery requires as low as around 15% of the total product.


Our Service Centres at Gujranwala & Kasur through ‘Advisory Service’, ‘Common Facilities’ and ‘Training Courses’ helping the Leather Industry, fulfilling the gap of skillful workforce, and offering a respectable career to our youngster. Our Service Centre are the one of its kind in Punjab offering such kind of training, advisory and common facility for leather sector.

Our Service Centre at Gujranwala is the only institute in Punjab to offer Diploma of Associate Engineer in Leather Technology & Footware Technology. We have dedicated Service Centre at Kasur for rendering Common Facility Services & Advisory Services to the local tannery industry. The contribution of this Centre paved the way for establishment of a New Institute / Centre at Kasur for catering the demand of the industry. Our another Service Centre at Kasur has been recently established to offer advanced leather related training programs to the youth of area.


Considered as hub of producing quality leather and products made with it, Pakistan has around 800 tanneries engaging in the production of fine quality finished leather of cow, buffalo, goat and sheep skin. Leather industry and finished goods made from leather directly and indirectly provides 200,000 estimated amount of jobs. The intricately designed shoes and garments that reaches to us as consumers are made through following a long process which skilled leathermen undergo. TEVTA is one of the most prominent training insitute which is offering different dilpomas and certifications in the field of leather industry. These courses can be briefly expalined as follows

by means of which various institutes of TEVTA prepare students to  apply their knowledge of maths and science, fashion designing and pattern engineering.

by means of which various institutes of TEVTA prepare students to  apply their knowledge of maths and science, fashion designing and pattern engineering.

Our service centres engage students to be innovative and creative as shoe designing and modeling is one of the most dynamic parts in the making of footwear products. How to be imaginative, innovative and artistic is essential to produce quality footwear which does not only appears to be attractive but also comfortable. This talent is exactly what TEVTA instil in its aspirants. 

Service centres of TEVTA facilitate its students to learn the several tacts in the leather processing as it is utterly demanding and needs careful and closer look to understand as well as hands on practice to be able to proceed with those challenging steps involved in it.

TEVTA service centres are furnished with advanced machinery to give students constructive experience to enhance talent and professionalism.

Since stitching is an equally important part in the manufacturing of leather products and the durability and permanence of a finished good relies majorly on its quality stitching, we are set on to provide you the desired adeptness which will assist in making you stand out in your workplace. 

In the course list of leather related diploma at TEVTA, applied chemistry is an important subject as it is crucial to understand such complex process as chrome tanning. It is a method which uses chemical solution, salts and acid to tan the hide and convert the raw skin of animals into sustainable material.


The facility is designed to equalize or reduce the thickness of natural or synthetic leather. Through the procedure, removing a part of the material on the flesh side until obtaining the desired thickness & texture.


To control thickness of leather to the required level by removing leather drenches as a basic raw leather process to turn it a usable & Machine able input.

Sammying Setting

In order to control the moisture content up to desired level, removing the wrinkles of natural leather as a plain patch. This basic process adds on to the value of hides and helping SMEs to furnish more quality production.


Embossed leather products are new trends in leather production. Embossing of different logs, monograms & shapes and different prints on leather skins.


Set-up to work with any kind of high and low-pressure spraying system (HVLP, AILESS, AIR-MIX etc.), equipped with high capacity circuits and with a device for the automatic loading, discharge and washing of the dying system.


In order to shave, edge & finish different leather strips, skiving is another value addition to leather production. CFC & on hand training on this machine leading to improve leather product quality.

Strap Cutting

Making strips of leather hides to the desired width for the leather goods. Saving much time with precision to the leather cutting designs which are difficult in manual hand cutting.


Strobel machine single thread chain stitching and two- thread chain stitching adding more value to join two leather pieces as one, usually missing in small SME now strobling facility available on subsidized rates

Zigzag Machining

Sewing machine that forms a zigzag seam, stitches at an angle to each other on Leather. The seam is attractive and firm, adding value addition to the leather products.