Australia-based traceability solutions specialist, FibreTrace® has received GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) accreditation for all of their traceable pigments.
The certification is an important step forward for FibreTrace®, as it gives their clients more trust in the traceability pigments used in cotton, rPET, responsible viscose, wool, and other responsible fiber types.
Shannon Mercer, CEO of FibreTrace®, said that throughout the worldwide textile production process, they have always remained confident in the safety and longevity of their pigments. Having their GOTS accreditation allows them to share this confidence with their brands and continue in their goal to positively impact the industry through trustworthy traceability.
Rare earth minerals, which are often found and employed in renewables and solar energy, are used to make luminous pigments. They're made of ceramic, are fully inorganic, and are inert.
Leuchtstoffwerk Breitungen GmbH, FibreTraceexclusive® 's partner, is a recognized world leader and best in class in the transformation of goods with high-quality optical materials.
Leuchtstoffwerk Breitungen GmbH has been working with inorganic luminous materials, specialty chemicals, and coating technologies for over 70 years.
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