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Jack Wolfskin ensures that our supply chain remains transparent. The list is broken down into suppliers of “raw materials“ and “manufacturers”, so that you can read all about our partners around the world. We pull all information from our supplier database, which gives us an overview of all partners and manufacturing process chains for our entire product range.
Where does my item stem from?
You can trace it back to its origins with the help of the supplier abbreviation on your product. Which factory was used to produce my Jack Wolfskin item, and how sustainable are the working conditions there? Every one of our customers is able to trace the process chain on our transparency page – by means of the supplier’s abbreviation indicated on a sewn-in label on all items of clothing and equipment, e.g. backpacks, tents and sleeping bags.
Complex supply chains
We are bluesign® system partners
For secure and sustainable manufacturing processes. The bluesign® system incorporates all suppliers in the supply chain – starting with the chemicals involved and ending with the finished product. The “Input Stream Management” excludes substances that are harmful to the environment and to health from the manufacturing process right from the very beginning.
Supply chain complexity
The textile supply chain is more complicated than you may think. Our example of the ‘bluesign® product’ – Altis Women softshell jacket in black shows that true teamwork is needed here. Our interactive image reveals how 12 main suppliers work together with a further 54 suppliers, resulting in this outstanding Jack Wolfskin item at the end of the supplier chain.