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Bureau Veritas Bangalore Laboratory moves to Hosur Road
07
Sep '10
Following sustained increase in business growth, Bureau Veritas Consumer Product Services (I) Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore has moved to a new location on Hosur Road. As well as additional capacity to meet their increasing client demands, the new facility will also result in new testing services and capabilities.

As a result of the move, the myriad of apparel, textile and accessory vendors located in and around Hosur Road (Sarjapura Road / Bannerghatta Road / Kanakapura Rd / Outer Ring Road till K.R Puram) will also benefit from being closer to the new location.

A pickup facility and collection centre (in the Peenya area), has also been established to make sure samples reach Bureau Veritas' new laboratory on the same day without any delay to facilitate industry leading turnaround times for reporting. This pickup service will apply to Tumkur Road / Yelahanka / Doddaballapur / Outer Ring Road - from K.R Puram till Tumkur Rd / Mysore Rd / Magadi Rd

Suvodeep Mukharjee, Business Development Manager at Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services in India states, “Our new laboratory has been designed within a 35,000 square foot area, and is equipped with the latest testing equipment providing testing facilities for textiles/garments and accessories.

“Analytical Testing capabilities at the Bangalore lab provide our clients with the facility to test all kinds of restricted substances within different category of consumer products. We wish to strengthen our existing business relationships as well as develop some new dimensions through our move to a new location. So, we hope our clients will move forward with confidence with us.”

Bureau Veritas Consumer Product Services (I) Pvt Ltd

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