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Digitalised equipment is required to monitor quality
Before any textile product reaches the marketplace, it is necessary to test the materials to check the quality. Today, manufacturers and retailers are expected to create and supply products that meet or exceed the minimum legal requirements. Quality also means the product is safe to use and meets the “claims” as stated by the product manufacturer. In this interview with Rakesh Rao, Anitha Jeyaraj, Deputy Director – Softlines, Connectivity & Products, SGS India Pvt Ltd, highlights on various aspects of quality and steps to be taken to enhance quality checking processes.
TUV sets up new softlines testing facility
TUV’s expanded state-of-the-art facility offers testing services of global standards for garments, home textiles, leather and footwear, toys, food contact material and fashion jewellery.
TUV Rheinland is working with big garment retailers
In this competitive time, consumers would like to invest in a product which suits their requirement and is durable and affordable. Brands regularly and proactively evaluate their product to ensure that it satisfies their end consumer by all means.
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