The skins of animals falling from the backs of the animals are quickly transported from the slaughterhouse to the leather processing department on the lower floor from slaughtehouse, and then salted and taken to the salted pools.
The brine process will prevent the skins from deterioration. In this case, it will save the company from having to sell its leather products at low prices on a daily basis. Thus, leathers that can be kept and transported to longer distances will increase our bargaining power, will be sold at higher prices, and will contribute to the increase in endorsement and profitability of the company.
In order to achieve this, brine bovine leather pools are planned, each of which takes 30,000 kg of product. The small cattle tank has the capacity to make 35,000.