Inspections and audits for an optimal supplier-customer relationship.

Components, methods, installations, processes or systems: the textile supply chain is long and complicated - and thus also very prone to error. With an on-site inspection, you can identify errors in the production process at an early stage and avoid consequent costs.

Hohenstein offers a variety of inspection modules that help eliminate processing errors across all production phases. This ensures a consistently high material and product quality.

Even when it comes to compliance with laws on occupational safety and environmental protection, you are well advised with our auditors. You have the option of having your company tested for specific requirements by means of product facility audits in order to further differentiate and position yourself on the market - for example with certification according to STeP by OEKO-TEX® for environmentally friendly and socially responsible textile production or according to the RAL Mark 992 for Professional Textile Services.

Pre-production check

Sampling before start of production to check the materials and accessories for compliance with legal requirements as well as for harmful substances and textile technological quality parameters.

During-production check

On-site inspection during running production at a production status of approximately 20%. Verification of sample conformity, processing according to DIN ISO 2859-1, dimensional accuracy, weight and labelling. Sampling for checking for chemical and textile technological parameters in the Hohenstein laboratories.

Final random check

On-site inspection at a production status of approximately 80-100%. Verification of production quantities, sample conformity, processing according to DIN ISO 2859-1, dimensional accuracy, weight, packaging, labelling, EAN codes and sorting of shipping boxes.

Your benefits at a glance.

  • Inspections and audits by regional, native-speaking experts
  • Errors in the production process are detected early and consequent costs are avoided
  • Quality assurance
  • Timely identification of delivery capability and possible delivery shortages
  • The greatest possible safety of the marketability of products