Chairman of All Pakistan Bedsheets and Upholstery Manufacturers Association (APBUMA) Syed Muhammad Aasim Shah has expressed concern over the situation arising out of the sudden cancellation of OEKO-TEX standard-100 certification.
With OEKO-TEX standard-100 suddenly cancelling the certification of manufacturers of yarn, dyed items, export of millions of rupees to different countries particularly European Union have been suspended and some exporters have to unload their consignments from the containers due to cancellation of certification.
The value-added Pakistan textile industry has sharply reacted to the cancellation of the certification by The OEKO-TEX(r) Standard 100, which caused the suspension of export consignment.
Chairman of APBUMA appealed to the OEKO-TEX(r) Standard 100 to restore the certification of local value-added industries and educate them about the world standards so that they could keep continue their business with European Union and other western countries.
According to him, OEKO-TEX need to issue warning if any procedure was not being adopted by the manufacturer. He also informed the Federal Minister for Commerce Engr. Khurram Dastgir Khan about their grievances.
Syed Muhammad Aasim Shah said that Multan is the export hub of traditional yarn dyed Home Textile items across the globe and it was the only competitor of India.
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