Artistic Fabric Mills Adopts Aware Traceability Technology 

July 21, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Artistic Fabric Mills (AFM) is taking one step forward towards full transparency.

The Karachi, Pakistan-based vertically integrated denim manufacturer has partnered with Dutch clean-tech startup Aware to make its sustainable denim fabrics 100 percent traceable and easily verifiable for brands and partners.

Through Aware traceability technology, AFM can track the fiber, yarn and final garment through every step of the supply chain. This allows the company to “concretely prove to brands and consumers that their products are all made from the original sustainable materials.”



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