CTC open new testing laboratory in New Delhi

Published:  27 June, 2014

The French group CTC, worldwide leader in quality assurance for leather, leather goods, footwear, textile and fashion industries, continues to serve manufacturers and brands globally with its international expansion and development of its Asian Hub, strengthening its services with the opening of a laboratory in India.

CTC India offers services and expertise in physical & chemical analysis, PPE testing & certification, inspections, social, technical and factory audits.

Following CTC’s arrival in India in 2011 and the subsequent development of its inspection teams in Delhi, Calcutta and Chennai, CTC is enlarging its scope of services with the opening of a new laboratory in Delhi. This new laboratory, operational since the beginning 2014, will allow CTC greater efficiency and reactivity to its client’s global needs. The laboratory will cover all tests carried out on consumer goods and personal protective equipment.

CTC India laboratory, specialised in leather testing, is located in a strategic region that has seen a rapid growth in leather goods along with a strong demand of quality control from the importers and exporters in this sector.
The 7,600 square feet’s laboratory is entirely dedicated to certifying the quality of footwear, PPE goods, leather materials and goods. CTC ensures its commitment to high quality services with an accredited laboratory and international standards.

“The opening of the laboratory emphasises a new trend in the leather sector in India. We are willing to make a significant contribution in the footwear, PPE goods, leather and leather goods domains in the Indian market by guaranteeing to our clients the quality of the goods.” says Puneet Singh, India Operational & Sales Manager.

A cocktail dinner will be organised on Friday the July 4 at the Taj Palace, New Delhi, to celebrate the opening of the new laboratory in India. The event will gather the India Council for Leather Exports, buyers, exporters and manufacturers of leather footwear and goods. On this occasion, Jean-Luc Chaverot, Development & International Director and Pierre Beaupoil, Vice Director for Development from CTC group would be visiting India to attend the event.

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