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Step-by-step guide to implementing traceability

Avoiding greenwashing by tracing complex networks of suppliers and manufacturers.

27th June 2023

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Stockholm, Sweden

Clothing/​Footwear, Sustainable

The TrusTrace Traceability Roadmap is a practical, step-by-step guide to successfully implementing traceability to achieve ESG, compliance and business goals. 

Launched at the Global Fashion Summit in Copenhagen in collaboration with Fashion for Good on June 27th, it features interviews and insights from brands on implementing traceability to foster sustainable transformation, as well as expert insights on how the future regulatory landscape shapes the needs for traceability. It also looks at how industry standardisation and collaboration can be achieved.

“In just a few short years, supply chain traceability has become recognised as the central tenet of sustainable transformation,” said TrusTrace CEO and co-founder Shameek Ghosh. “Brands that want to communicate product information with consumers, adhere to certification criteria, abide by current and incoming regulations and avoid greenwashing can only do so by tracing their complex network of suppliers and manufacturers.

“Yet despite its importance, there is still a lack of understanding on implementation. Our first Traceability Playbook focused on why traceability is needed and now we have produced a detailed guide on how it can be achieved.”

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