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CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL TESTING, AUDIT AND TRAINING IN FOOTWEAR, PPE, FASHION AND LEATHER GOODS

Laboratory testing for fashion, luxury, sport, PPE markets...

Armed with expertise that began in 1899, CTC has become a market leader through a one-of-a-kind research centre for leather, footwear, leather goods and gloves.

CTC provides solutions for manufacturers, distributors and brands, in the fashion, luxury goods, sport, and personal protective equipment (PPE) markets, as well as in the environmental sector.

CTC's customer-focused services include all the steps required for design, manufacturing, sourcing and distribution, covering raw materials, such as leather and textiles, components such as metal pieces, or finished products such as fashion accessories or items of clothing.

Laboratory accreditation
(Chemical & Physical testing)

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CNAS certificate

Worldwide implantation (Vietnam, Hong Kong, China, France...)

Laboratory testing in Vietnam, China, France...

COVID-19

CTC does not do tests and certifications on protective, surgical, anti-projection or barrier respiratory masks.
As a Notified Body for gloves, shoes and protective clothing (PPE) or motorcycle, we remain at your disposal to test and certify your products.
Thank you for your understanding.

Business continuity CTC - COVID-19

In Lyon, on March 16, 2020, CTC has implemented a series of protocols which help to limit the spread of COVID-19.   Read more

Leather and fashion Trade shows

Première Vision Leather - Stand CTC
From 15 to 09-17 - Villepinte (France)

Expoprotection - Stand CTC
From 03 to 11-05 - Paris (France)

Leather and fashion industry news

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  • Vietnam, US seek to promote post COVID-19 footwear trade via online conference
  • Design Shoe Online with 5G Technology Supports Brands to Explore Avenues | iDiB
  • Vietnam to select top priority industries to support in the ‘new normal’ | Inquirer Business
  • Louis Vuitton’s Paris Atelier Is Now Making Hospital Gowns
  • Meet Independent Canadian Designers Through Inland’s Instagram Stories
  • 4D Printed Structures to Impact Many Industries in the Future
  • Footwear Company Donates Sneakers To Nurses On Coronavirus Frontlines –
  • Running shoes may cause injuries – but is going barefoot the fix?
  • Love A Glove —
  • Christian Louboutin: Red Soles, High Heels, and a Global Quest for Trademark Rights
  • Nendo designs Mai bag from single sheet of laser-cut leather
  • Wells Lamont FX3 Style 7807 Gloves Review: Work and Play?
  • My lightbulb moment: Shoe designer Aruna Seth, reveals the inspiration behind her fashion brand  | Daily
  • For Behind-the-Scenes Shoe Designers, the Glory Is in the Craft
  • New Balance Is Producing Face Mask Prototypes in Its US Factory
  • Adidas’ new shoe insole can track soccer player movements thanks to Google Jacquard technology
  • asics unveils meta series with virtual reality sneaker launch
  • Microsoft invents Smart Gloves with mixed materials to support both maximum flexibility and internal components
  • adidas GMR puts Google Jacquard in shoes to gain FIFA in-game stats
  • Asks: Christian Louboutin - Not all shoes are made for walking | Podcasts
  • Complimentary Healthcare Worker Footwear : free shoes for healthcare workers
  • How Princess Diana Inspired Christian Louboutin’s Love Shoes
  • Wearable devices powered by body motion using stretchable carbon nanotube thin films
  • 3D-Fuel to provide Dow polyethylene filament in North America
  • Stuart Weitzman Reveals His Stunning Antique Shoe Collection
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