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text 2018-10-20 16:27
Leather Luggage and Goods Market Projected to Discern Stable Expansion US$ 35000 Million through 2022

Rising requirement for water-resistant luggage goods has directed towards an expansion in the requirement of leather amid the luggage makers. A rise in local as well as global visits has encouraged the development of the leather luggage and goods market. Individuals are picking simple to-deal with leather luggage bags. Frequent travelling requires leather luggage which can withstand harsh handling anytime. Thus, customers settle for better quality and premium leather luggage for favorable travelling.

The worldwide market for leather luggage and goods is considered to record a sluggish CAGR over the projection period 2017-2022. The overall market is also predicted to account for a market valuation of about US$ 525 Billion in revenue terms through the end of the forecast year 2022.

Market Segmentation

On the basis of product type, the overall market is categorized into wallets & belts accessories, business bags, casual bags, travel bags, gloves accessories, footwear accessories, neckpieces accessories leather bracelets accessories and purses. The travel bags are projected to grow steadily in terms of revenue by accounting for approximately US$ 35000 Million through 2022 end. The casual bags category is also likely to be a productive market as a result of growing demand for everyday travelling bags which has been causing makers to make furthermore casual bags. This category in comparison to other product types is considered to register the second highest expansion throughout the estimated period of 2017-2022.

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The major end users of these leather goods and luggage are unisex, women and men. The women category is projected to expand at a steady growth pace moreover is expected to account for close to US$ 66000 Million in terms of revenue in the worldwide market. Though, among men, the leather goods for example jackets, wallets also footwear are expected to expand steadily as a result of the increasing demand in the international market.

The leather luggage and goods are distributed by way of online stores, retail stores along with other channels. The sales of these goods via online stores channels are expected to exhibit a remarkable CAGR over the projection period 2017- 2022. Nevertheless, the retail store channel is considered to witness a high growth by more than US$ 95000 Million in terms of revenue over the conjecture time frame 2017-2022.

The market is analyzed across the six major regions, namely, APEJ, Japan, Europe, North America, Latin America and MEA. Among other regions, North America is expected to be the most lucrative region worldwide.

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Key Market Players

The prominent players at present functional in the overall leather luggage and goods market include

  • Christian Dior SE
  • Knoll, Inc.
  • LVMH Moët Hennessy
  • Timberland
  • Aero Leather Clothing Ltd. 
  • American Leather, Inc.
  • Christian Dior SE
  • Delsey S.A    
  • Prada S.p.A  
  • Johnston & Murphy     
  • VIP Industries Ltd.   
  • Louis Vuitton SE   
  • Hermes International SA   
  • Samsonite International S.A.    

Coach Inc.

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review 2017-11-03 13:24
The Color of Magic
The Color of Magic - Terry Pratchett

 

 

Lets see now.....how do I review this book?  It is certainly special.... and humorous in a strange sort of way.  There´s a lot of adventure and you should be sure to strap on some protective gear.  Oh, and be ready for a test at the end.  You will be expected to remember how to spell all the names of people, places and things (okay, just kidding.  There´s a Wiki for that.)  

 

I will tell you a little I suppose.  This is the first book in the Disc World series and one of only 8 books to be divided into sections or chapters.  

 

A strange tourist sets off on an adventure to see new things and experience adventure. He has lots of gold but he doesn´t have to pay anyone to carry his luggage since it has it´s own feet.  He becomes acquainted with a wizard, a lousy wizard but he´s not a bad guide.  Together they see some amazing sights and may or may not live to tell about it.   

 

p.s. I used this book to complete square 13

 

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review 2017-01-30 22:36
Therapeutic for travellers as it shows you it could be worse!
Have Bags, Will Travel: Trips and Tales - Memoirs of an Over-packer - D.G. Kaye,Talia Leduc

Although I’ve been travelling more than I used to in recent years, mostly for family reasons, I cannot say I’m a seasoned traveller or one who knows all the tricks of the trade. I get annoyed by the queues at the airport, like most of us, and I always discover I’ve left something in my hand luggage that shouldn’t be there, even after checking.

Reading this book I realised that perhaps I shouldn’t complain. I am not obsessed with germs (thankfully), I’m not a big shopper, I don’t wear make-up and although I’ve managed sometimes to pack too many things, I haven’t had to carry three suitcases all by myself. The author of this very short book has all those things against her. She also remembers the good old days when travelling was more glamorous and the airlines weren’t so strict with weight limits and didn’t insist on packing the clients as if they were sardines. That for sure must add to the frustration, as at least quite a few of us have nothing to compare it with and know no better, only degrees of discomfort.

  1. G. is a woman with a great sense of humour and writes the book as if she were sharing anecdotes around a table with some friends. She wonders why she always gets picked up for searching at the airport (she tries to go unnoticed but there are limits to her attempts at invisibility) and is happy to confess to her fears, her crazy shopping sprees, and her failed best-laid plans. I was particularly interested in her reflection about how Las Vegas had changed. She describes her first trip there as a fascinating experience, when you landed in the desert and the hotels were the only oases in it and is disappointed by how much it has changed. I’ve only visited once and not being a gambler either, found that although its location was very convenient, it wasn’t the place I had read about. It’s difficult to fight commercialisation and consumerism and nobody can stop “progress” but perhaps there’s more to be lost than to be gained by some of the changes we’re implementing.

This is not a guide to travelling or packing (although there are a few wise words of advice at the end), but, as the subtitle indicates, a memoir of some of the writer’s trips. It could be extremely therapeutic if you’re going travelling as you’ll have the comfort of knowing that things could always get so much more complicated. You’ll end up with a smile on your face and you might also pick up a tip or two.

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