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Radu Iorga

Radu Iorga

Sebis, Romania

General info

1.    How did you come to the leather industry?
After completing my military service, I needed a job to earn a living. In my hometown Sebis, available jobs came from tanneries. There was no other choice.
   2. What is the job that you are performing in the leather industry?
Leather and fur finishing, for garment.
   3. What qualifications or training did you do to be there?
On-the-job qualification. Then, I learned from my mistakes and the advice of disinterested connoisseurs and technicians of chemical companies.
 4. What do you most appreciate in your job?
The result of my work. Leather finishing is like make-up. Coating leather gives us the impression that we can be eternally young and beautiful, although time marks the passage of years.

  • What (s)he says about the job:
  • Leather finishing is like make-up
  • Works at:
  • Nappa Conf SRL
  • Job:
  • Leather finishing

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