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What is Fiber Fragmentation?

With the launch of the Microfiber 2030 Commitment, we look at how manufacturers can improve fiberfastness in their clothing products.

How Pre-Export Verification Helps Manufacturers Access International Markets

SGS expert Gerardo Panopio looks at the rise in restrictions affecting international trade and the ways exporters can gain market access.

Understanding Complex Regulatory Landscapes for Consumer Electricals in Latin America

How can manufacturers of consumer electronics successfully access diverse, regulated markets in the Latin America region?

Choosing the Right Floor for Your Home

Our expert considers the needs of the consumer and how manufacturers can successfully access global flooring markets.

SGS Supports Connected Vehicle Manufacturers with New Testing Facility in China

Focusing on SGS’s new electric and/or connected vehicle testing facility in Suzhou, China.

Post-Brexit: Finding a Better Way to Engage in Cross-Border Trade

A look at the issues surrounding UK-EU trade after Brexit and the benefits of TransitNet.

Food Contact Materials and the Use of Recycled Plastics in a Circular Economy

A look at EU and US rules concerning the use of post-consumer recycled plastics in food contact materials and articles.

SGS Expands Cybersecurity Capabilities with Integration of Brightsight

Focusing on the expansion in SGS cybersecurity capabilities with the acquisition of Brightsight.

Innovation Helps Consumer Goods Manufacturers Go Beyond Basic Compliance

Regulatory compliance is no longer enough. We look at going beyond compliance testing to succeed in competitive markets.

Creating New from Old: Recycling Fibers in the Textile Industry

A look at the drivers and solutions related to fiber recycling in the textile industry.