Processing errors can develop into a problem with serious consequences, in particular in large production batches.
Checks on the processing quality of clothing and all other manner of textiles are therefore often carried out by the Hohenstein Institute at the preproduction stage. Ideally, samples taken both during and following the manufacturing process serve as an additional safeguard.
Our independent inspectors around the world can take samples during the production process as required. Thanks to our overseas offices in all key regions of textile production, our range of services in the area of inspections and sampling can be accessed quickly and cost-effectively. This means that the most important processing parameters can be tested on site and where necessary, advice can be given on rectifying problems in the manufacturing process.
In addition, the textiles are tested at our European sites for visual defects, deficiencies and damage. Defects at the seams and attached findings or accessories such as buttons can then be excluded, as can obvious flaws and defects on the processed material.
Packaging and presentation must also be faultless and all details given on the product must correspond to the Textile Labelling Act.