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Hohenstein offers Quality Label for fit & workmanship
21
Apr '08
Complaints at the point of sale can be effectively avoided by testing the fit and workmanship of garments. At the same time, these quality criteria represent an important selling point.

To complement the established range of tests, experts from the department of Clothing Technology at the Hohenstein Institutes in Bönnigheim are therefore now offering the Hohenstein Quality Label for fit and workmanship.

The Hohenstein Quality Label is already established on the market as neutral evidence of a wide range of quality tests. In the case of the quality label for fit and workmanship, the quality criteria are evaluated using the school grading system.

The Hohenstein Quality Label therefore serves as a simple aid for both consumers and sales assistants when assessing and selecting clothing.

Hohenstein Institutes


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