HQTS has been setting the standard in reliable quality control services for softgoods for 20 years. We provide comprehensive services for all your apparel and textile inspections and testing to help you deliver the highest-quality products.
With nearly 700 professional staff in Asia, our quality control inspections are conducted by industry educated and experienced experts that can evaluate your products and help identify varying levels of defects.
Our veteran inspection, scientific and engineering staff provides unparalleled guidance for even the most complex product performance needs. Our knowledge, experience, and integrity helps you achieve compliance with international consumer product import regulations.
Our testing laboratory is equipped with advanced testing equipment and processes that ensure high quality testing against most international standards, including:
China: GB, FZ
Europe: ISO, EN, BS, BIN
US: ASTM, AATCC
Visual Inspections – Ensuring your product meets or exceeds your expectation with special emphasis on color, style, materials, helping to ensure market acceptance.
AQL Inspections – Our staff with with you to determine the best AQL standards to maintain balance between cost of services and market acceptance.
Measurements – We will inspect your entire lot during any stage of production you need to ensure compliance with your specifications, avoiding loss of time, money, and goodwill due to returns and lost orders.
Testing – HQTS sets the standard in reliable softgoods testing. Our veteran scientific and engineering staff provides unparalleled guidance for even the most complex product performance needs. Our knowledge, experience, and integrity helps you achieve compliance with international regulations on flammability, fiber content, care labeling and many more.
On October 9 2018, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) published a proposed rule to amend the consumer registration requirements of durable infant or toddler products under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). The revised rule would have 12 months to become effective after its publication on the Federal Register once adopted. The …Continue reading