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Transparency, a major issue for the Textile Supply Chain

e-scm textile transparency

The clothing and footwear industry is one of the main sectors of the global economy, but also one of the industries with the highest environmental footprint


Meeting the growing demand from civil society and consumers for greater “sustainability” requires obtaining reliable information about the products that consumers buy, wear or use.

Transparency is based on a rigorous means of collecting and exchanging information relating to Supply Chain throughout the value chain and between all actors (PM producers, manufacturers , intermediaries, brands and retailers).

It is in this context that companies seek to rethink their business model, not only in terms of economic profit, but also sustainability and societal values ​​to improve their image and promote their products.

This is the challenge that the e-SCM solution meets to support this shift in the Fashion and Textile industry in general.

With e-SCM, traceability is at the heart of the Textile Supply Chain

e-SCM offers a Supply Chain traceability solution which certainly makes it possible to optimize the management of increasingly fragmented supply chains but also to collect all the information on the manufacturing cycle of the Finished Product to return it to the end consumer .


The e-SCM makes it possible to map flows at all stages of the value chain, from the production lines of raw materials or components to the manufacturing of finished products and their delivery . traceability data must be able to extend to the various distribution channels and ultimately to the product reuse or recycling

e-SCM serving the CSR transparency of brands

e-SCM becomes a central tool for Brands that engage in a CSR approach to demonstrate how they concretely act to:


  • Improve the condition of employees at the production and manufacturing stages of raw materials, particularly upstream of the value chain.
  • Improve the environmental footprint of products and production processes throughout the value chain, including aspects such as use, reuse and recycling.
  • Shift consumer attitudes towards consumption choices .
  • Ensure that end consumers receive accurate and relevant information on the social, environmental and health risks and impacts of clothing and footwear.