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27 june 2024

Expanscience joins the TRASCE consortium

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With Groupe Rocher and NAOS, we become regular members of the TRASCE consortium, an industry alliance founded by fifteen cosmetics leaders to improve supply chains’ traceability


Faced with the multiplication of necessary but individual initiatives in supply chains’ traceability, the TRASCE (TRaceability Alliance for Sustainable CosmEtics) consortium was formed to address traceability at scale.

Launched in February 2023, every member of TRASCE have committed to working collectively to map their supply chains across the entire value chain on a common digital platform, Transparency-One, an ISN Company.

The arrival of Groupe Rocher, NAOS and Expanscience as members of the consortium reflects TRASCE's concrete and tangible commitment to deepening our knowledge of the cosmetics sector's supply chains, with a view to helping them move towards a more sustainable and resilient model. In the long-term, the consortium aims to develop a collective approach to the risk analysis of social and environmental risks in supply chains, to interpret the data collected and define common progress plans.


For more information on the TRASCE consortium: see the press release


TRASCE (TRaceability Alliance for Sustainable CosmEtics) is a consortium launched in February 2023 by 15 leaders in the cosmetics industry to enhance the traceability of their supply chains. Initiated by Chanel, this industry alliance, bringing together Albéa, Chanel, Clarins, Cosfibel powered by GPA Global, Dior, The Estée Lauder Companies, Groupe Pochet, L'Occitane en Provence, L'Oréal, Merck, Neyret, Nuxe, Sensient, Shiseido and Sisley, aims to accelerate the sustainable transformation of supply chains. The FEBEA (Fédération des Entreprises de la Beauté) also supports this industry initiative as an official sponsor.

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