We are a holding company which oversees and integrates the various market factors that play a part in the lamb and goat skin business.
This is achieved through a network of companies which are specialists in the collection and processing of raw skins in Europe for commercialisation worldwide. Drawing on the most important tanning tradition in Europe, we have focused our activities on the raw material itself, selecting the very best sources. Our logistics ensure that collection is swift, conservation is effective and grading is oriented towards the article. We are keenly aware that our warehouses must be the starting point for all-round quality.
In 1792, the Leather Guild of the city of Vic (Barcelona) presented Colomer with the professional diploma certifying its capacity to commence operations.
Its activities have continued uninterrupted from generation to generation, which has made it easier to overcome the crises in the sector, the periods of upheaval, and the disputes that have occurred over the course of the last two centuries. Although export operations commenced at the end of the 19th century, the most important period of growth was in the 1940s, coinciding with the replacement of the traditional empirical methods by a new capacity for technological research. This proved to be the cornerstone of the industrial expansion which has continued to the present day.
A commitment to the overseas market has always been one of the strategic objectives of the Colomer Group. Positioning in this market has been of key importance in basic areas of the sector, such as supply, industry and commercialisation.
During the 1990s, the Colomer Group formed two divisions. On the one hand it focused on companies specialising in finished product, and on the other hand on companies specialising in the purchase and commercialisation of raw materials, as well as on industrial companies that process the skins to make semi-finished product.
As a result of the transformation of the clothing sector in Europe and the transfer of this industry to other countries where costs are lower, the Colomer Group has focused its current strategy on the raw materials division. At present, it operates with the following companies:
Grup Ledexport s.a.
C. Santiago Ramon y Cajal 80-82
08500 Vic (Barcelona)
41º 56' 41.38" N / 2º 15' 50.34" E
T +34 93 888 60 43
F +34 93 881 46 50
Polígon Industrial de Celrà
C/Ter, s/n Apartat de Correus 361 P.O Box 361
17460 Celrà - Girona
42º 2' 9.83" N / 2º 53' 6.10" E
T +34 972 49 23 17
F +34 972 49 40 80
Pells del Llobregat s.a.
Crta. Berga, Km. 8708699 Cercs (Barcelona) - Berga
42º 8' 49.83" N / 1º 51' 53.57" E
T +34 93 824 80 57
F +34 93 824 85 36
Pieles del Segura s.a.
Melocotón (El Tapiado), 3
30500 - Molina de Segura
38º 4' 24.73" N / 1º 13' 13.05" W
T +34 968 61 17 97
F +34 968 64 30 31
Ctra. Mora a Benissanet S/N
43740 Mora d'Ebre
41º 04’ 48.08’’ N
0º 38’ 10.11’’ E
T +34 977 403 307
F +34 977 414 231
The Code of Ethics of Colomer Leather Group reflects the values and principles of behavior that govern its activity, and that guide the business and professional conduct of all employees that integrate its organization.
These conduct guidelines are applied in all countries where the Group operates and have the will to be extendable to clients and suppliers with whom it is related.
The Code of Ethics, approved in June 2017, determines how people who are part of the Group's business organization should behave when ethical or professional integrity issues arise in the course of their activity and that must be resolved in accordance with the ethical commitments of the organization and in accordance to Law.
The Colomer Leather Group has a Compliance Officer in charge of ensuring the application of the Code of Ethics, the internal rules that develop it and current legislation.
Colomer Leather Group s.l.
C. Figueres, 12
08500 Vic (Barcelona)
41º 56' 32.88" N / 2º 15' 3.57" E
T +34 93 116 20 20
F +34 93 883 48 00