Manage certificates and supply chains in myOEKO-TEX®.

Important but challenging: transparent supply chains and credible communication

High demands for transparency in textiles require the right tools. myOEKO-TEX® is the free portal for management, evaluation and control of supply chains with regard to protecting people and planet.


  • Helps brands, retailers and manufacturers manage and evaluate supply chains, regardless of a supplier's certification status
  • Creates transparency and traceability with supply chain mapping
  • Tracks certificates and progress toward sustainability goals

Use the online database tools.

myOEKO-TEX® is available to any company wishing to manage their supply chain and make it more transparent, regardless of whether they have OEKO-TEX® certification.
Navigating myOEKO-TEX®
Manage Suppliers

Suppliers & Requests

  • View and evaluate direct and indirect suppliers
  • Add new suppliers and communicate with existing suppliers
  • Display suppliers and supplier relationships
  • View existing OEKO-TEX® certificates in your supply chain and set automatic expiry notifications
Data Visibility

Set Visibility & Permissions

Each supplier chooses the scope of the data that is available to customers and whether these customers are allowed to forward the data to their customers.

Users can release the following data to confirmed customers:

  • Facility type (e.g. a spinning mill, weaving mill, finisher or manufacturer)
  • Country or detailed address
  • Current STANDARD 100 or LEATHER STANDARD certification, expiration date, product description (scope)
  • Sustainability achievements based on STeP scoring system
  • Details of STeP test reports
Map Supply Chain

Supply Chain Visualization

Evaluate Supply Chain

Statistics, KPIs, Benchmarking

  • Evaluate supplier operations with specific key performance indicators and/or STeP sustainability modules
  • View statistics for specific suppliers and supply chain as a whole
  • Make comparisons between suppliers or against benchmarks (region/country, production stage, performance overall or in specific STeP modules)
  • Define, monitor and evaluate sustainability objectives for your supply chain
  • Set specific targets for supply chain with weighted priorities (e.g. for water consumption, wastewater limit values or CO2 emissions, specific production steps, direct/indirect suppliers) - then evaluate achievement
  • Use sustainability performance indicators to recognize and prevent risks
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Sustainable products must also function.

Ben Mead
Managing Director
Hohenstein Americas