The industry of leather is one of the most well-known industries. Specifically, the leather surfaced as highly essential raw material needed in all areas of civilizations across the globe particularly in Mesopotamia. Skins were used by the earliest ancestors for protection of their hands, body and feet. Leather is processed through the animal skin of any kind inclusive of cow, goat, sheep, camel, bird, fish or reptile by utilization of tanning process (Togan, 2016). Such method used within the process enables preservation of skin that prevents its decay and putrefy. Presently the industry of leather has a scientific basis. Continual research is conducted for ensuring improvement of the product with utilization of newest technology available along with the needs of modern times. Industry of leather is one of the trending and most leading domain within the economy of Turkey in regards to employment and industrial production (Yamamoto et al., 2009b). The share of this domain in the overall national industrial production is found to be 2.2 per cent along with the 1.5 share within the overall labor force associated with the manufacturing and 1.6 among the overall export earnings achieved by Turkey.