Scalable traceability. Any material. Every supply chain.
Retrace your steps for the right reasons.
Tracing is critical to understanding accountability in supply chains - where are products and materials made, who makes them and how? Legal initiatives, like the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Law, and the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, are making tracing and risk monitoring a requirement for doing business. It’s time to act.
With retraced, you can structure and streamline your supply chain traceability, and get the transparent data needed to prove product and material provenance and share with your brand & retail clients
Choose a traceability solution that best suits your needs
Multi-tier visibility based on orders and verified proof points.
Product backward tracing starts at the retailer and allows you to collect the order-based chain-of-custody data top-down through the supply chain
Product backward traceability enables partners to simply enter a PO number and retrieve all relevant documentation needed for risk management and global reporting standards
Product backward tracing can be fully scalable helping the biggest business with their reporting and disclosure challenges
Fibre forward provenance established from the source.
Fibre forward tracing requires that the upstream suppliers are known in order to kick off the tracing and follow the natural flow of the materials along each value chain step, from the farm, and until it is transformed into the final garment.
This type of tracing enables for deep internal tracing and digital connectivity across the production steps, and greater visibility especially from upstream suppliers.
All supply chain partners – from farmer to fabric finisher - can work together to collect, share, and report on relevant data from one platform, and work collaboratively towards a more transparent and sustainable value chain.
Pioneering traceability with retraced.
Fit your requirements
Compliance strategy sync
Empower upstream suppliers
Traceability is just the first step...
Let’s be honest. A more sustainable and transparent fashion and textile industry isn’t magically created just with traceability. But it’s a start, and a step in the right direction.
Impactful transparency is about having the right data at the right time. Tracing helps discover, evaluate and prove the relevant data you need, when you need it. With retraced, you can do this together with your value chain partners, and set the example that change is possible, and change is now. Together, with traceability and transparency, we can chart the course for a more responsible industry.