There are many decisions that go into the making of each and every Holzweiler item, so why wouldn’t we also empower your decision-making? It should be a requirement to give you this information, not an afterthought. One aspect of the environmental impact of the fashion industry that we think is too often pushed aside is what happens once that purchase gets to its new home. Even though we design for longevity and lots of usage – is that actually what happens? With a DPP, we can stay connected to products after they’re purchased to learn more about their lifecycles.​


Holzweiler’s vision for Digital Product Passport

A space to include customers on our sustainability journey. By sharing supply chain information and offering knowledge and services to keep products and materials in use for as long as possible, to ensure proper end-of-life treatment, we invite our customers to help us create a better textile industry together. Following each product’s lifecycle will give us valuable insight on where to focus our efforts to drive positive change.


​​What is a Digital Product Passport?​

Each product gets a unique ID and a digital twin in the Cloud. This is where product information is stored and events in the product’s lifecycle will be logged. This means that relevant information on the product and its origin, and circularity services, can be shared through the product’s ID. We can also follow each product's journey to get a better understanding of the use phase, how many times it's resold or repaired, and when it ends up at a sorting or recycling facility.

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