In a very short course, Shine On Leather Creations has reached great milestones. We have been awarded the 2015 and 2016 City of Johns Creek Ga. Outstanding achievement award for the apparel industry sector. And sure, we will try our best to give customers a great experience.

Today Raghu Exports is Asia’s No.1 manufacturer and exporter of Leather, Cotton and Luxury leather used for furniture upholstery, accessories and safety shoes.

It’s no secret that you can buy just about anything from someone, but we are different and prepared to prove it to you.

Every piece of leather is a unique and very versatile material. Here at Shine On Leather Creations, we strive to make it even perfect for our customers. Focusing on luxury leather for furniture upholstery with a variety of colors and prints.

Our production capacity is about 1.8 to 2 million sq.ft.of finished leather per month. Our leather finishing unit is equipped with the latest and most modern machinery which produces premium top grain leather for every application.

Shine-On Leather Creations

7535 Settles Walk Lane, Suwanee, Georgia, 30024, USA

Raghu Exports

12 Leather Complex, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar, Punjab, 144021, India



Why We got the award

  • Strategic Value
    Today, small businesses and entrepreneurs are facing the challenges of an increasingly competitive local economy. While many businesses have taken on various initiatives to continue to grow, a select few have been able to benefit from the strategic value of business awards.
  • Sales Tool
    Paula Arnold, owner of SmarterTech Business Systems, learned firsthand from a former manager that a business award can be an account executive’s ace-in-the-hole. “Used effectively, business awards are yet another sales tool to aid in the close of business,” says Arnold.
  • Free Publicity
    Steven Anderson, manager of Devon Health Corp. understands the value of award competitions. Anderson says, “We believe it (business awards) helps validate what we do in the company and enhances our ability to keep good people.” PR might be difficult to measure on the bottom line but it is invaluable.