New Guide to Supply Chain Transparency


New Guide to Supply Chain Transparency

Supply chain transparency is a prerequisite to fulfill basic due diligence requirements. Only if brands know where, how and by whom their garments and textiles are produced can they take concrete measures to effectively counter social, environmental and corruption risks in their supply chain.

The Textiles Partnership has now published a new guide that supports brands in gradually achieving more transparency in their supply chain. It provides them with the necessary information to be able to map the supply chain and the stakeholders involved, also beyond direct business partners and to create more transparency and disclose supply chain data to a broader public.

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