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TUV SUD enters advisory domain in Indian textile sector
12
Sep '15
German testing and certification firm TÜV SÜD has announced its entry into the advisory domain for textile manufacturing in India to drive product innovation, process and production management across the textile value chain from fibre to garment. In a statement, the company said the newly launched services will follow a multi-pronged approach towards quality, safety and efficiency in textile manufacturing.

TUV SUD's Research and Development Advisory Services will include a team of global experts who will help deliver customized solutions for Indian textile manufacturers. While Production Advisory Services will guide businesses to develop new and innovative products, at the same time help them scale up existing plants and dry & wet processing houses. The holistic service solution will also include Lab Advisory Services and Training Services to help business in the back-end by assisting them to set up quality control labs as well as delivering training programs respectively.

" Our services will provide end to end consultancy in product innovation and development while mitigating any risks that could hamper completion of the process. Due to the fragmented nature of this industry, we can also support with an efficient single point control that aids product development plan to be on schedule, control costs, improve quality and enhance user satisfaction," said Mr. Suresh Kumar, Senior Vice President, Consumer Product Services, TÜV SÜD South Asia.

The comprehensive testing methods of TÜV SÜD can reduce the risk of product failure by avoiding safety and quality issues. Across sectors TÜV SÜD's experts work with businesses across the entire product development lifecycle to reduce risk of failure and rejections due to non-compliance.

TÜV SÜD South Asia currently also has a robust network of 14 laboratories across regions that cater to various key sectors like environmental, food, chemical, leather, electrical and electronics. (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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