Henan Prosper laboratory achieves high quality standards
Henan Prosper Skins & Leather Enterprise was established in 1995 and now claims to be one of the world’s largest wool-on lamb and sheepskin tanneries. The company purchases quality raw skins (primarily from Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Europe), and processes them at its facility in Henan Province, China. The finished products are distributed around the world through its commercial centres in these same countries and regions. Henan Prosper’s customer base is said to include many world-renowned brands.
Henan Prosper joined SATRA in late 2013, principally to develop a testing laboratory to SATRA quality standards. Members of its laboratory staff have been working with SATRA’s consultants in Dongguan, and have successfully raised the quality of the company’s testing services to meet the standards required for SATRA laboratory accreditation.
This is SATRA’s first laboratory accreditation in China’s Henan Province. We congratulate the manager and testing staff of Henan Prosper’s laboratory for achieving the high quality standards required. The hard work and expertise of the company’s laboratory staff means that its customers can be assured that quality control testing of incoming materials and outgoing products is conducted to high standards of reliability and consistency.
Photograph above shows, from left: Nanry Zhang (laboratory manager), Darren Thompson (SATRA auditor), laboratory supervisors Charles Tang and Hely Li, and the three laboratory technicians, Coco Guo, Posy Liu and Qian Qian Chang.
This article was originally published on page 4 of the January 2015 issue of SATRA Bulletin.