Trimco Group's ProductDNA® Recognized as a Digital Product Passport Service Provider in the EU by CIRPASS
Jun 22, 2023
Now listed in CIRPASS' overview highlights, ProductDNA® continues its support to the development and deployment of the Digital Product Passport (DPP) in the textile sector.
CIRPASS, funded by the European Commission under the Digital Europe Programme, is a collaborative initiative aimed at preparing the ground for a standards-based DPP aligned with the Proposal for Ecodesign for Sustainable Product Regulations (ESPR). The project focuses on the electronics, batteries, and textile sectors and brings together 31 partners representing thousands of industrial, research, digital, and international standards organizations across Europe and beyond.
The Significance of Being Listed in CIRPASS' Overview
As a part of the CIRPASS overview, Trimco Group's ProductDNA® is recognized as a vital solution for addressing supply chain transparency and traceability in the textile industry. It demonstrates that the platform is well-aligned with the objectives of the DPP initiative and can play a crucial role in helping businesses comply with the upcoming Ecodesign for Sustainable Product Regulations.The CIRPASS project aims to create a clear concept for the DPP, define a cross-sectoral product data model, and develop a DPP system with demonstrated benefits for the circular economy.
How ProductDNA® Aligns with the CIRPASS Project
Trimco Group's ProductDNA® supports the CIRPASS initiative by offering a digital platform that facilitates the sharing and access of information about a product's lifecycle. The platform's features, such as a centralized database, advanced analytics, and seamless integration with existing systems, align with the objectives of the DPP initiative and can be instrumental in developing a cross-sectoral product data model.The involvement of Trimco's Group ProductDNA® in the CIRPASS project highlights the importance of innovative solutions in addressing the challenges of supply chain transparency and traceability, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable and circular economy.