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National Textile Products 1nspection Center settled in Shishi

in order to help enterprises improve product quality and solve the quality and standard problems encountered by small and medium-sized textile and garment enterprises in foreign trade, the Fujian workstation of national textile product quality supervision and inspection center has officially settled in Shishi science and technology incubation base

the national textile products quality supervision and inspection center is an independent third-party fair inspection organization recognized by China National Accreditation Committee of laboratories. China National Accreditation Committee of laboratories has signed mutual recognition agreements with APLAC and 1LAC, and the inspection reports issued by them can realize international mutual recognition. The center has passed more than 500 approved testing products and projects, covering nearly 2000 domestic and foreign standards. 1t is the only national textile quality inspection agency with such comprehensive ability and level in China

Shishi is not only a famous leisure clothing city in China, but also a distribution center and source of Fujian clothing. The national quality inspection center of textile products set up Fujian workstation in Shishi, which is optimistic about the active economic environment of Shishi and many high-quality textile and garment enterprises. The establishment of this workstation will accelerate the technological upgrading of Shishi textile and garment industry, We will further cultivate well-known brands and star enterprises< 1t is understood that the Fujian work station of the national textile product quality supervision and inspection center will also provide a series of value-added services for Shishi and its surrounding textile and garment industries, including: providing testing, certification, standard and measurement services for enterprises; Carry out publicity and training of new standards; Assist enterprises to participate in the drafting and formulation of national standards, industry standards and enterprise standards

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