Quality - Factory Compliance
TEXbase, a leading provider of web-based Product Integrity Management software solutions, is sponsoring the upcoming AAFA - American Apparel & Footwear Association's Product Safety and Compliance seminar at the Fashion Institute of Technology on January 29 as it continues to expand its product compliance solution.
SGS Consumer Testing Services announced today that it will be conducting a seminar about sourcing tactics for the fashion industry at the MAGIC conference that opens today in Las Vegas. The "Smart Sourcing" session on Tuesday, February 15, will provide insight into how leading brands and retailers address the myriad quality, regulatory and cost challenges involved in navigating today's global supply chain.
Textile testing services expanded with state-of-the-art facility in Arlington Heights, IL
While consumers have always looked for safety, quality and performance in apparel and soft home products, impending regulatory changes can pose confusion for textile manufacturers, distributors and retailers. Intertek, a leading global quality and solutions provider for a wide range of industries, has invested in moving its textile testing capabilities from its Springfield, NJ operation to its Arlington Heights, IL facility for this very reason – to more efficiently serve the changing business climate through increased capacity to cater to changing customer needs for compliance.
- By siddhartha Upadhyaya
- Published 02/4/2009
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