Developed by TÜV SÜD’s team of experts, the TexCheck Mark is intended exclusively for the textile industry. To receive the mark, textile manufacturers and retailers undergo comprehensive testing and pre-shipment inspections to ensure compliance with EU directives and U.S. regulations, the omission of substances found on the Restricted Substance Lists (RSLs), as well as the verification of fibre composition. In addition, textile manufactures need to have their factories audited, which includes certain elements of social compliance such as compliance to labour laws.
This widely recognised mark demonstrates that your company is committed to quality, safety, social compliance and environmental responsibility. Available exclusively from TÜV SÜD and backed by our strong reputation as an independent solutions provider for the textiles industry, the TexCheck Mark adds value to your products and promotes trust among consumers.
The TexCheck Mark is a universally recognised symbol of trust indicating that your textile and apparel products meet international safety and environmental standards. It provides assurance and confidence to customers that your products have been manufactured with critical consideration for quality and safety, and enhances the value of your brand by demonstrating your commitment to quality, safety and the environment.
Certifying your products to the mark will also help you maintain a competitive edge and avoid the pitfalls of noncompliance such as costly penalties, product recalls and reputation-damaging negative publicity.
TÜV SÜD has more than 100 accreditations worldwide, enabling us to expedite your testing, inspection and certification needs by rendering multiple services simultaneously. Our dedicated experts are highly qualified in textiles and garments, providing safety services from product inception through risk analysis to the finished article. We offer extensive knowledge of the relevant market regulations in standards, testing and conformity requirements so that your products remain in line with the latest regulatory changes.