With the EcoTrac app, companies can trace their supply chain back to its origin. © Maxim Korte

14/11/2022 – Supply chain transparency

Supply chain transparency

Tracking the supply chain with EcoTrac app

Maxim Korte has developped an App, which provides information about the production status of the product and/or about the materials used. By  Sibylle Michel

With the new tool and certification, Oeko-Tex aims to prevent and mitigate existing and potential negative impacts of companies’ own business operations, their supply chains and in their wider business relationships. © Oeko-Tex

14/11/2022 – Tangible support for due diligence

Tangible support for due diligence

Oeko-Tex launches Responsible Business tool and certification

The Oeko-Tex Responsible Business tool and certification supports brands, retailers and traders in the textile and leather sector with due diligence compliance. By  Sibylle Michel

The delivery situation is constantly improving. © joyfotoliakid/

10/11/2022 – Logistics


Delivery chaos continues to decline

Importers of fast-moving consumer goods don’t need to be on high alert when it comes to mega retail events – at least in regards of sea freight rates and ... By  Sibylle Michel

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09/11/2022 – Results of the project “Sorting For Circularity Europe”

Results of the project “Sorting For Circularity Europe”

An immense opportunity to accelerate textile recycling

The results of the Sorting for Circularity Europe project point to promising opportunities for recapturing value while diverting textiles from downcycling ... By  Sibylle Michel

For increased transparency, FTC decided to acquire the traceable label Made in Green by Oeko-Tex. © FTC

04/11/2022 – Certification


FTC receives Made in Green by Oeko-Tex label

By achieving the “Made in Green by Oeko-Tex” label, FTC is one of the first vertical cashmere fashion brand with such a high sustainability standard. By  Sibylle Michel

The conference part of the convention will take place at the Radisson Blu Water Garden, the conference hotel in Dhaka. © Radisson Blu

In a few days the 37th IAF World Fashion Convention will take place in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on November 14. Registrations are still open. By  Editorial staff

The global resale market in 2022 is forecast to experience further growth of 31.0% to $182.4 billion. © HalynaRom/

02/11/2022 – Cost of living crisis

Cost of living crisis

Secondhand fashion is on the rise

The cost of living crisis will drive more consumers towards secondhand fashion, with the global apparel resale market set to grow 85.5% between 2022 and ... By  Sibylle Michel