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Information seminar about OEKO-TEX certification
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Feb '11
With respect to the growing demand for eco-friendly textiles and hence the increase in interest for certification according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100 amongst the Indian garment exporters and raw material suppliers along the supply chain, Hohenstein India Pvt. Ltd. will hold an information seminar on 3rd March, 2011 in Ludhiana, Punjab, India.

The seminars will provide comprehensive information about the Oeko-Tex testing and certification procedures, the testing criteria and limit values as well as the impact of Oeko-Tex certification on international business. Additionally, the events will also highlight other existing legislations in the USA and Europe which have to be complied by the exporters. Entrepreneurs, quality assurance representatives from all stages of textile production, buying agents and their suppliers can participate in these events.

The Oeko-Tex label reliably indicates to interested end users the additional benefit of tested safety for skin-friendly clothing, home textiles and other textile articles. In this way, the test label provides an important decision-making tool while purchasing textiles.

In addition, the Oeko-Tex certificate is considered necessary by various European buyers, and American buyers increasingly are also demanding for the same. Thus, the Oeko-Tex label is an ideal marketing tool for all who need to market their products to Europe and the USA.

Hohenstein India Pvt. Ltd. is a subsidiary of the textile research and testing centre Hohenstein Institute, Germany, and is the official representative office for Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and Oeko- Tex Standard 1000 certification in India and Sri Lanka.

Hohenstein India Pvt. Ltd

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