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View ISO certification as necessity for textile industry

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May '09
ISO 9000 addresses quality management standards as to what an organization needs to fulfill. Textile and apparel industries have many complicated activities and challenges involved in the course of its operations.

Many textile and apparel industries have implemented ISO standards to lower their operating costs and improve the quality of output. This ultimately increases the level of customer satisfaction.

Some textile and apparel industries view ISO certification as only a necessity meant only for exports. But, the main matter of concern in textile industry is that an imperative relation exists between the quality of the materials and the quality of the final product.

ISO standards enable the industry to enhance the quality of raw material input, thereby strengthening the quality of the ultimate product.

This will result in a systematic approach to management, incessant performance improvement, factual approach towards the decision making process, and a mutually benefiting suppliers relationship.

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