How to accelerate supply chain mapping and due diligence for UFLPA with TrusTrace

Some of the largest global brands implement TrusTrace to demonstrate due diligence and conduct effective supply chain tracing. By centralizing supply chain data onto TrusTrace, brands can confirm which goods imported into the US are not made, in whole or in part, by forced labor, especially from the Xinjiang Region. 

U.S Customs and Border Protection may look for the following to release a detained shipment as per UFLPA:

UFLPA WRO Requirement

 Availability in TrusTrace

A. Due Diligence System Information in place

  Supplier Data Management

  Supply Chain Mapping

B. Supply Chain Tracing from raw material to imported good

  Supply Chain Mapping

  Material Compliance

C. Information on Supply Chain Management Measures   CBP expects the importer to supply this with their own internal business documentation.
D. Evidence Goods were not Mined, Produced or Manufactured Wholly or in Part in the XUAR   Supplier Data Management

  Supply Chain Mapping

  Material Compliance

E. Evidence Goods were not Mined, Produced or Manufactured Wholly or in Part by Forced Labor   Supplier Data Management

  Supply Chain Mapping

  Material Compliance

Do you want to learn more about the UFLPA?

Download our Solutions Whitepaper for the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) and receive a comprehensive overview of the regulation together with the process flow, risk mitigation, guidance for importers and recommendations from CBP on UFLPA compliance.


Map upstream. Prove origins. Centralize data.


Visualize supply chains for risk analysis

Collaborate with your suppliers and discover sub-suppliers to establish further visibility into your supply chains for forced labor risk analysis. TrusTrace provides traceability trees so you can map out and number your supply chain processes.

Connect data and prove product origins

There’s a lot of data to collect, and we’re here to help make it as seamless and painless as possible. Use our APIs to connect your data from ERP or PLM systems to supplier data in TrusTrace in order to prove countries of origins.


Pre-program data required for declarations

Structure the type of data you want from your supply chain and scale out the collection in TrusTrace. Pre-program supply chain mapping requirements based on UFLPA and other laws and regulations.

Download the chain of custody on demand

Review, validate and approve documentation. Integrations will link documentations with shipments in the background, making it easy to download UFLPA compliance evidence.

Minimize the time and effort to clear WROs using TrusTrace.

TrusTrace structures how your organisation captures, digitizes and shares data with your supply chain network for risk analysis. Centralizing data is made easy with our API connectivity to PLM and ERP systems.  

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What our customers say

“We want to collect certifications from our suppliers, and we also look to TrusTrace to help us gather data regarding fibers and supply chain for analysis.”



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Supplier Data Management

Take your supply chain and supplier data out of static spreadsheets and into the cloud with TrusTrace. Start managing supplier facility details, audit records and other supplier ESG data in one place.

Supply Chain Mapping

Trace your final products from garment-backwards, visualize it with traceability trees and prove countries of origin with TrusTrace. Supply Chain Mapping collects and stores documentation for specific products and styles.


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