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Posted Date: 10/5/2010

TMC Offers Transparent Wool Supply Chain

The Merino Company (TMC) is offering a Sheep to Shelf (S2S) traceability program that it says provides complete transparency and traceability and guarantees the integrity of the wool fiber throughout the entire supply chain.
 
By working directly with its Wool Pool Participants, and closely monitoring and managing each step in the supply chain, TMC offers fully certified, quality merino yarn, fabric or garment solutions that are traceable throughout the supply chain, including to the farms where the fiber is grown.
 
Details of TMC's wool growers are recorded, together with their on-farm practices,  certifications, and any additional information required about their properties. TMC then works with its supply chain partners across the globe including topmakers, spinners, and fabric and garment manufacturers to provide customers with differentiated natural fiber, textile and apparel solutions. Each supply chain partner provides complete transparency and the necessary certifications which are input into the TMC traceability process.
 
TMC can also provide customers with customized web based traceability programs, tracing products from Sheep to Shelf.
 
for more information: www.merinocompany.com 

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