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Published on Thursday, 15 July 2010

Comment: Textile RSL testing risks

Written by John Mowbray

TestubesLEEDS – Lowering the frequency of textile testing can be a very risky strategy for leading brands and retailers – yet it is not uncommon. With the exception of testing labs and the enlightened few who strive to continuously improve their products and processes everyone hates testing textiles. The reason is simple. Cost.


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