RSJ Inspection Service launching consumer-facing quality tag

Introduces Qualsure certification

Noida, India – RSJ Inspection Service, a third-party quality control company that works with retailers and wholesalers, has created a consumer-facing label called Qualsure.

The mark is designed to assure the consumer that the product is certified for quality, safety and environmental standards that represent the most widely and globally accepted norms.

“There are a lot of standard and many accreditations available today. We want Qualsure to give a differentiator to the brand owner,” said Sonal Saggi, RSJ director of sales marketing.

RSJ Inspection began introducing home textiles firms to the concept last month at the New York Home Fashions Market and will be attending the IHGF Delhi Fair Autumn next week to spread the news. In addition, the firm will be exhibition at Heimtextil 2018 in Germany in January in Hall 10.3, booth F71.

Established in 2009, RSJ Inspections is ISO 17020 accredited. The Qualsure program will test samples from production lines against designated standards in accredited labs. Post certification, there will be frequent, random tests of samples taken from the supply chain and regular inspections at the manufacturing facilities.

“This is not a mark for the masses; it’s for the classes,” said Saggi. “We’re giving the power and the transparency to the consumer.”

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