FibreTrace: Pakistan adopts traceability
FibreTrace

Pakistan adopts traceability

(Source: FibreTrace)
(Source: FibreTrace)

With 2 more of Pakistan’s textile manufacturers now adopting FibreTrace, the region is championing conscious textiles and source-to-store transparency using physical traceability technology.
This commitment extends to climate accountability, as both new partners, Diamond Denim by Sapphire, and Artistic Apparels, will use climate positive Good Earth Cotton in their conscious collections – all audited and traced at each step of the supply chain.
The new partners have adopted FibreTrace Verified and Good Earth Cotton with the recognition that authenticated and quantifiable physical traceability is a prerequisite to sustainability in the global supply chain.
Diamond Denim by Sapphire, a vertically integrated mill under ownership of the Sapphire Group, Lahore/Pakistan, looks forward to being able to transparently validate and confirm the provenance of their Good Earth Cotton textiles using  the natural, non-toxic, scannable luminescent pigment technology from FibreTrace, Singapore, in an initiative which aligns with the company’s ongoing investment in sustainable textiles, solar-powered operations, and environmentally beneficial upgrades to departments.
Future-forward garment manufacturer, Artistic Apparels Pvt. Ltd., Karachi/Pakistan, by joining forces with FibreTrace and Good Earth Cotton, hopes to pave the way for a sustainable textile industry built on the principles of transparency and traceability.

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