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James Heal showcases textile testing innovations at ITMA
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Jun '14
Visitors to ITMA Asia in Shanghai will be able to view and be given demonstrations in Hall E3 on Stand A21 of the latest innovations in textile testing from the James Heal range of Testing Instruments and Test Materials.
 
For decades James Heal, who are based in the UK, have designed, developed and manufactured testing instruments and test materials for fabric and garment manufacturers and independent test houses.
 
The company’s focus is upon producing high quality precision instruments and associated products, which give retailers full confidence in the quality of the garments being produced throughout their global supply chains.
 
James Heal develop new products through innovation, rather than imitation and through the use of their in-house product design and laboratory facilities, the company is able to design, develop and manufacture extraordinary testing solutions.
 
James Heal instruments are used around the world by many well-known retailers renowned for high quality standards including Next, BHS, Marks & Spencer, Victoria’s Secret, Louis Vuitton. The company supplies instruments to almost all of the world’s car manufacturers plus numerous textile and garment manufacturers around the world.
 
At ITMA Asia in June, James Heal personnel will be showcasing their range of testing instruments for physical and colour fastness testing. They will be supported by representatives from Introtech their exclusive authorised dealer in China and Hong Kong for James Heal products. The exhibit will include demonstrations of new innovations offered by the company.
 

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