At Texprocess – the leading international trade show for the global clothing manufacturing and textile processing industry, held this year in Frankfurt am Main from 9 to 12 May 2017 – TÜV SÜD’s textiles expert, Matthias Rosenthal, will give a talk on the advantages of chemical data management systems (CDMS). CDM systems are used in the textile and leather industry to minimise toxin loads in products and for the environment.
At the trade show, Matthias Rosenthal, Team Lead Global Sales Softline at TÜV SÜD Product Service, will give a talk on the advantages of chemical data management systems (CDMS) and on the procedures used to develop appropriate concepts. The talk, entitled “Chemical Data Management for Consumer Product Manufacturing”, will be held at 12 noon on Wednesday 10 May 2017 at the DTB Forum in Hall 6.0. Companies in the textile processing industry face the challenge of managing the increasing complexities of global supply chains, while constantly being confronted with changes in national and international regulations governing consumer goods and products. At the same time, supervisory bodies and non-governmental organisations apply increasing pressure in their efforts to establish preventive consumer protection.
TÜV SÜD provides a comprehensive range of services and solutions throughout the supply chain for textile and leather processing operations, offering technical training; audits of raw material producers, processors and other suppliers; and chemical testing of raw materials, finished products, waste water and other waste materials.
For more information on the subject and on the services provided by TÜV SÜD, visit www.tuv-sud.com/softlines. Information on the DTB Forum is available at http://www.dialog-dtb.de/2017/03/01/dtb-texprocess-forum/, and see http://texprocess.messefrankfurt.com to find out more about the trade show itself.
Note for Editors: The high-resolution photo of Matthias Rosenthal can be downloaded from the "Media Photos" category at www.tuv-sud.com/pressphotos.
Press-contact: Heidi Atzler