Traceability is becoming increasingly important to meet national and international compliance requirements.
New regulations have implications deep into the supply chain. For cotton, this may even include traceability all the way to the farmer.
According to the United Nations Global Compact, traceability means being able to identify and trace the history, distribution, location and application of products, parts and materials.
Knowledge about the origins and suppliers of goods – or traceability – is a key first step that then enables companies to conduct due diligence to verify the conditions of production.

Towards A System for Traceability

CSI is developing solutions for traceability in complex global supply chains, covering natural and synthetic, virgin and recycled fibres

Comprehensive Overview

The Traceability System provides a comprehensive overview of the supply chain, tracing the journey from raw materials to final products.

Meticulous Records

By capturing and consolidating crucial data, such as material origins, production methods, test reports, and transportation details, the platform enables organizations to maintain meticulous records.

Trace the Cotton Journey from Field to Fabric

Our team of world-class scientists accurately verifies your cotton's origin on an atomic level


The world is demanding more accountability, sustainability, and ethics in cotton production and manufacturing. Regulations on cotton imports and exports are only becoming more commonplace, with increasing demands from countries, regions, and major brands.
VeriCott believes traceability and provenance should be accurate, objective, and most of all, streamlined to fit perfectly into your existing supply chain.
This is why we combine top-tier scientific analysis with client-oriented service design to make traceability a flexible and delightful experience.
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Traceability offers great opportunities for circular economy!