Kano Footwear Factory, APIN Produces 1.2 Million Pairs Daily

Kano Footwear Factory, APIN Produces 1.2 Million Pairs Daily


Report reaching Efogator Media says APIN produce EVA-Slippers, sandals and flip-flops in Nigeria, Kano. The slipper collection presents an unlimited variety, a lot of different materials, colorful colors and variants.

The design range goes from classic bathing shoes for the beach and leisure time to witty street shoes. All styles are smart, unusual with a lot of details.

The main material of the shoes is plastic (EVA) in combination with cork, fabric combination, accessories, flowers, fancy yarns, fabric-covered. 

But the main argument are the unique colors and the creativity styles of the footwear, which is made in Nigeria with the touch of African and Nigerian Spirit.

APIN Production:

Kano Footwear Factory, APIN Produces 1.2 Million Pairs Daily


Our reporter gathered that more than 1.2 million pairs of shoes are produced by APIN daily - these
 figures speak for themselves.

APIN boasts of independent production circuits, gigantic production areas, as well as sufficient manpower for manual productions.

 These steps facilitate high flexibility for APIN along the complete line of production effectively, and in accordance with customer’s needs.

At the same time, our international management is always making sure that worldwide standards are met in the social field and in the protection of our environment.

Kano Footwear Factory, APIN Produces 1.2 Million Pairs Daily

APIN Years of experience: 

With over 60 years of experience in the production of shoes, APIN today belongs to the most significant manufacturers of the West African market. Being a shoe specialist, we not only have excellent insider-knowledge with respect to market requirements, but we are furthermore also able to optimally adapt composition and design of all materials to the respective needs.

The best in quality, ultimate flexibility, and maximum reliability in delivery and performance safeguard the international success of APIN, Nigeria.

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