This Scottish company’s specialist leathers have been used to upholster seats in the Houses of Parliament and to trim the interiors of iconic cars such as the Aston Martin V8 and DeLorean DMC- 12. It also makes the high-performance leather that is used on the seats of more than 160 airlines. Chief executive Iain McFadyen, 59, is leading a £10m investment to increase production across all three of its sites in the west of Scotland.

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Company details
Year2018
Rank216
CompanyScottish Leather Group
ActivityLeather manufacturer
LocationBridge of Weir, Renfrewshire
Sales £m144.5
Operating profit £m9
Main shareholdersMuirhead & Lang families (95%), employees (5%)
Staff646
Founded1965
Websitewww.scottishleathergroup.com

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