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Inspection Bureau restricts clothes export on quality basis
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Apr '08
A recent investigation made by the Zhenjiang Inspection Quarantine Bureau of Jiangsu Province disqualified nearly 6,758 pieces of clothes from two enterprises valuing US $38,624. Quite obviously, these goods were barred from getting exported.

The inspection revealed that some of the clothes marked as 100 percent cotton, actually had only 83.5 percent cotton, 15.5 percent polyester fibre and 1 percent spandex. Moreover, even the sizes labeled were incorrect. These disqualified clothes will have to be reworked before they can be passed on for exports.

Industrial sources divulged that for this year, a special emphasis will be laid on the quality check of clothes among other goods.

For this, the local inspection quarantine department has decided to strengthen its supervision on goods lined up for exports as only this can ensure a consistency in the quality of the locally produced textile products.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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