Changing of the Guard at Oeko-Tex
September 2, 2010,
Freitag spent 17 years with the Zurich-based association, which was founded in 1992 by the Austrian Textile Research Institute and the German Hohenstein Research Institutes. Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certifi -cation for textiles ensures products are free from more than 100 substances believed to be dangerous to humans.
"Mr. Freitag anticipated a global textile supply chain and ensured that Oeko-Tex was positioned to expertly service retailers, brands, and manufacturers no matter where in the world they conduct their apparel and textile businesses," said Sam Moore who represents Oeko- Tex in the United States.
Huag is the coo of Testex, one of 14 Oeko-Tex Association member institutes
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