The JOSCAR accreditation system that operates in the Defence, Aerospace and Security sectors helps determine if a supplier is fit for business.
Global workwear textile manufacturer, Carrington Textiles, has announced the company’s recent JOSCAR accreditation which works as a compliance system for suppliers to the defence, aerospace and security industries.
The ‘Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register’ (JOSCAR) is a collaborative tool used to act as a single source for pre-qualification and compliance information. Membership is designed to improve the efficiency of both the supplier and buyer communities by ensuring that companies only use products and solutions of the highest quality and that comply with best practices.
Carrington Textiles Sales Director, Paul Farrell, says: “Holding this accreditation will make the process of trading in these sectors easier. We’ve been a long-serving supplier to many armed forces and believe that the JOSCAR accreditation will benefit our future trading relationships in the industry”.
With decades of expertise in the defence industry, Carrington Textiles develops defence fabrics for combat uniforms and equipment with flame retardant and waterproof options; as well as offering MultiCam® patterns.
Carrington Textiles is the largest producer of workwear fabrics in the UK, exporting to more than 80 countries worldwide, with over 60% of its products going to new markets.
The industry titan prides itself on producing over 55 million metres of fabric annually. Throughout Europe, and beyond, millions of people wear workwear made from Carrington fabrics.
Carrington Textiles is based in Lancashire, where British textiles began. With 130 years experience of in textiles processing and finishing, Carrington’s initiative to provide high-quality fabrics has been supported by significant investments into one of Europe’s largest fully integrated textile processing and finishing operations.