In­dia: Tex­an­lab in­au­gu­rates its new test­ing lab in Gur­gaon

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Tex­an­lab, an in­de­pen­dent third-party test­ing com­pany, re­cently in­au­gu­rated its new (ex­panded) test­ing lab in Gur­gaon (In­dia). The in­au­gu­ra­tion was done by Eric Hop­mann, CEO, DyS­tar Group and Jayant Khera, VP South Asia, DyS­tar Group was the Chief Guest of the func­tion.

Gur­gaon, be­ing the ma­jor ex­port hub of North­ern In­dia, was the pre­ferred lo­ca­tion for the com­pany to open the test­ing lab with ex­tended fa­cil­i­ties. The lab was orig­i­nally lo­cated in Okhla (Delhi) but later on the com­pany de­cided to shift to Gur­gaon for pro­vid­ing bet­ter ser­vice to its cus­tomers.

The newly ex­panded fa­cil­ity will help in test­ing of tex­tile, home tex­tiles, leather and footwear, ar­ti­fi­cial jew­ellery, toys and more. Apart from test­ing like colour fast­ness, phys­i­cal, wet and chem­i­cal test­ing, this new lab also pro­vides REACH and GOTS cer­ti­fi­ca­tion. The fa­cil­ity is equipped with ma­chines from global equip­ment man­u­fac­tur­ing brands like James Heal, SDL, Agi­lent and Q Sun USA. Tex­an­lab serves clients from US, EU and UK like Ar­ca­dia, John Lewis, JD Williams, River Is­land, Indiska, Mango, Tommy Hil­figer, Calvin Klein Jeans, PVH, Ur­ban etc.

Vinod Ku­mar, Gen­eral Man­ager and Global Head, Tex­an­lab, told StitchWorld that, “Apart from pro­vid­ing test­ing fa­cil­i­ties, we also pro­vide tech­ni­cal guid­ance, train­ing and lab visits. More­over, we con­duct train­ings, give lab visits to stu­dents to help them learn about the dif­fer­ent test­ing meth­ods as well as im­part tech­ni­cal knowhow and so­lu­tions to other com­pa­nies.”

Tex­an­lab is a sub­sidiary of DyS­tar and is nom­i­nated by more than 50 global brands and re­tail­ers hav­ing test­ing lab­o­ra­to­ries at Mumbai and Tirupur in In­dia.

Tex­an­lab serves clients from US, EU and UK like Ar­ca­dia, John Lewis, JD Williams, River Is­land, and Indiska

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