Supply Chain


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

Kelheim Fibres is a leading manufacturer of viscose speciality fibres used in fashion, hygiene and medical products, nonwovens etc. © Kelheim Fibres

11/11/2022 – Transparency in the textile chain

Transparency in the textile chain

Kelheim Fibres partners with TextileGenesisTM

Kelheim Fibres partners with TextileGenesisTM, an award-winning traceability platform that creates transparency from fibre-to-retail. 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

?From March to December 2021, a group of public buyers of garment and textiles participated in a pilot project to explore the integration of OECD risk-based due diligence into the public procurement of garment and textiles – the OECD Pilot. © j-mel/

30/08/2022 – OECD e-learning course

OECD e-learning course

Due Diligence for Garment and Footwear Supply Chains

A new e-learning course on “Due Diligence for Garment and Footwear Supply Chains” is available. For textile network readers no participation fees are incurred. By  Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh

Faruque Hassan, president of the BGMEA: “We believe that sustainability is not only about fulfilling social, ecological and community obligations; it is also about building a strategic coalition among the broader stakeholders toward a sustainable, resilient, modern, fair and equitable supply chain.” © Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh

29/08/2022 – Apparel Manufacturing Hub

Apparel Manufacturing Hub

Made in Bangladesh Week

A week-long event from 12 to 18 November 2022 in Dhaka, Bangladesh, will showcase sustainability strides being made by Bangladesh garment makers. By  Editorial staff

Trims solutions specialist, Trimco Group, introduces supply chain transparency and traceability platform: Product DNA. © Trimco Group

22/08/2022 – Traceability platform

Traceability platform

Making supply chain traceability easier

To help brands support their environmental and social credentials, Trimco Group releases a transparency and traceability platform. By  Sibylle Michel

A core part of Säntis’ growth strategy is developing fibre tracing technology for its recycling technology, RCO100. © Säntis Textiles

19/08/2022 – Traceability in the supply chain

Traceability in the supply chain

Säntis Textiles expands into traceable fibre technology

Säntis Textiles is a strategic development partner of FibreTrace. The aim of the partnership is to work alongside FibreTrace to develop a unique traceable ... By  Sibylle Michel