SGS Helps Textile and Footwear Brands Monitor Sustainability In Their Supply Chain

SGS, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has published a Consumer Compact article looking at some of the ways the textile industry can monitor and reduce its impact on the environment.

One cotton t-shirt requires raw materials, chemicals for processing and dyeing, energy for manufacturing and transporting and 2,700 liters of water. This is unsustainable and consumers and regulators are now looking for global supply chains to deliver more sustainable products.

SGSmart CARES is an effective tool for monitoring chemical management along global textile, apparel, leather and footwear supply chains. This advanced digital platform goes beyond compliance to provide an effective, practical solution for analyzing chemical and environmental management systems.

Read the original Consumer Compact article, ‘How Effective Monitoring Improves Sustainability in Textile Supply Chains’.

SGS Softlines Services
SGS has a worldwide network of over 40 state-of-the-art laboratories, including 10 in China, specializing in testing of apparel, footwear, and home textiles. Their committed team is drawn from multi-disciplinary backgrounds, allowing them to conduct a comprehensive range of physical, chemical, and functional testing services for components, materials and finished products. SGS helps companies ensure quality, performance, and compliance with international, industrial, and regulatory standards worldwide. In the end, it’s only trusted because it’s tested. Learn more about SGS’s Softlines Services.

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