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CNTAC Testing Center helps in QC for clothing brands
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Feb '17
Courtesy: CNTAC Testing Center
Courtesy: CNTAC Testing Center
CNTAC Testing Center, a third-party commercial testing organisation affiliated to China National Textile & Apparel Council (CNTAC), and also a part of China Textile Information Center (CTIC), organised a seminar to help major clothing brands in quality control (QC). Representatives of more than 30 well-known brands participated in the training.
 
Coinciding with the World Consumer Rights Day, the seminar was organised by the Shanghai Office of the CNTAC Testing Center in association with Shanghai Bailian Youyicheng Shopping Mall. The training dealt on safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of shopping mall and brands while meeting consumers' demands.
 
The main content of the training included GB 18401-2010 (National general safety technical code for textile products), GB 5296.4-2012 (Instruction for use of products consumer interest – Part 4: Textiles and apparel), and other quality requirements and precautions of national compulsory standards. Regulation of commodity quality inspection in circulation and case analysis and the problems encountered in the course of each brand and the special solution also formed part of the seminar.
 
During the course of the seminar, participants shared their difficulties and experiences.
 
The training was the first under the shopping mall training services in 2017, and CNTAC Testing Center will continue training with other stores during the year.
 
Established in 2002, and authorised as CNTAC Testing Center in 2005 by CNTAC, the centre provides total solution for textile and apparel industry, including testing and technology support, quality management consulting, etc. 
 
"The Shanghai Office of the centre is committed to helping the major brands to control product quality, provide professional training services to customers, help brands solve brand quality problems, and improve them," informs Joseph Shi, marketing manager, CNTAC Testing Center (Shanghai Office). (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – China


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