SGS opens textile testing laboratory in Semarang, Indonesia


SGS has opened a new textile testing laboratory in Semarang, Indonesia, one of the most important textile and clothing manufacturing sites in the South East Asia region, to support surrounding cities, as well as Surakarta (Solo) and Yogyakarta, which are centres of batik production.

The new laboratory complements SGS’s existing facility in Jakarta. It has been awarded ISO 17025 Accreditation by KAN (Indonesia’s National Accreditation Committee) and provides physical testing for a full range of apparel and textile products for both domestic and international clients.

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