Digital Product Passports

All the tools you need to prepare for the EU’s upcoming Digital Product Passport regulation.

Create traceable, transparent and compliant products with Digital ID

Policy initiatives are requiring more and more granular levels of product data to deliver transparency, traceability and trust.

Our comprehensive solutions are preparing brands to create Digital Product Passports (DPP) at scale.

Powering DPP's for world's largest global brands — persistent and interoperable digital identification with GS1 Standards

External expert Stakeholder to the CIRPASS consortium, the EU consortium laying the groundwork for DPPs

Granular and flexible product data management, supporting item and batch level product data management to meet all DPP requirements

What are Digital Product Passports?

DPPs create a digital twin of a physical product. They digitally record, process, and share information along the product lifecycle to deliver increased transparency and traceability, while supporting after-sale services such as repair, resale, and recycling.

The EU Strategy for Sustainable and Circular Textiles, released in March 2022, calls for DPPs to be mandatory on textiles sold in Europe by 2030. This strategy calls upon the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) to define DPP requirements. The ESPR is expected to be adopted in 2024, when specific DPP requirements will start to be written as Delegated Acts.

Requirements of Digital Product Passports

A data carrier, connected to a unique product identifier, shall be physically present on or with a product.

All information included in the DPP shall be based on open standards, developed with an interoperable format and shall be machine-readable, structured and searchable.

The information included in the DPP shall refer to the product model, batch or item.

Benefits of Digital Product Passports

Provide all value chain stakeholders access to transparent, interoperable product data

Empower businesses and consumers to make more sustainable choices

Unlock new business models such as resale, repair and recycling

All the tools you need for Digital Product Passport compliance

The impact that this regulation will have is wide-sweeping and will change the way business is conducted and consumers shop. Our comprehensive solutions are helping brands to get ahead, test and unlock more value from Digital Product Passports.

Collect, validate and share trusted product data

Collect and validate product data from your supply chains and sustainability partners.
Manage and structure product data for policy compliance, standards and new business models.
Deliver valuable, trusted data and stories to customers and partners – through your products.

Deliver on Digital Product Passports with persistent and interoperable digital identification

Build a comprehensive item profile or Digital Product Passport by capturing data from your supply chain
Align product data to industry standards, such as GS1 to enable interoperability across the value chain
Record post-sale events to your item Passport including sale, resale and recycle

Sustainability and traceability partners

Enhance your Digital IDs with impact data, traceability information and certifications from our ecosystem of pre-integrated partners – then share with your customers.

Green Story

Sustainability platform offering brands product impact data to optimize business operations and increase transparency.


An integrated software platform that helps brands take responsibility for their environmental and social impact.

ID Factory

Traceability software that allows fashion companies to gain end-to-end transparency through a Digital ID.

Climate Neutral

A globally-recognized standard for carbon accountability, making climate neutrality a priority for companies and individuals.

Open Supply Hub

An accessible, collaborative, supply chain mapping platform, used and populated by stakeholders across sectors and supply chains.


A solution with DNA forensic markers is applied to textile fibers providing a traceable identity to the product.

How Holzweiler is preparing for the EU's Digital Product Passport legislation

Digital Product Passports

Our Head of Sustainability, Julie Brown shares more about EON’s experience creating DPPs for the apparel industry as part of The ECESP Leadership Group’s #EUCircularTalks.

Connect your products to infinite possibilities

Engage customers with your products

Scale resale, repair, styling and other services

Gain new customer insights and visibility

Unlock the potential of your products

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