Theoretically, the manufacture of fur raw materials can begin almost immediately after removal. But practically it is impossible to do for certain reasons. Firstly, it is logistics, because sometimes the distances from fur farms to fur processing factories can be thousands of kilometers. To transport raw materials in refrigerators over such distances is a rather risky occupation, and on cheap types of fur it is still not economically feasible. Secondly, there is such a thing as a minimum start at the fur processing facilities, therefore it is required to form batches, and some types of raw materials still have to be sorted, which in turn takes a certain amount of precious time. In order to gain time and save raw materials, the skins undergo a conservation process before they get to the dressing.
In the fur industry, factories and workshops engaged in fur processing are very sensitive to their reputation. For this reason, skinning is more the exception to the rule. The productions which are engaged in such trade in the market, do not stay long in a market. Usually, before launching into operation, the customer specifies with what minimum, with a maximum amount, it is convenient to start. The party goes to work and goes through all the stages separately. Such cooperation takes place solely on trust and at the end should not cause controversial issues