HFPA Publishes Standard for Terry Towel Manufacturers

NEW YORK - The Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) has published a standard for the makers of quality residential terry bath towels that is aimed at aiding them to ensure that their customers receive the highest quality products.
     Gretchen Dale, who serves on the HFPA's Standards Committee and is board liaison as well as is the coo of Loftex USA, explained that the residential terry bath towel standard is the second published product standard in what will be a series of standards publications.
     A standard for residential bed sheets and pillowcases was published in 2010.
     She added that the HFPA would appreciate more input from industry players on what home furnishings products they think should be selected as the next industry standard for the HFPA to focus on. Additionally, the HFPA Standards Committee is also interested in volunteers to participate in the development of the next standard.
     Interested parties can contact Dale at gdale@loftexusa.com.

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