Wood Sourcing Policy and Management

We strictly follow global standards when it comes to wood and fabric policy, with the goal of encouraging sustainable development, environmental preservation, and human rights protection. All of our operations, including companies we control, manage and/or have an investment inwill be in compliance with this policy.

Meanwhile, we make every effort to obtain relevant certifications in order to establish credibility among our supply chain stakeholders. We have gained FSC(FSC@C127757)certification and engaged with Canopy thus far.

Yibin Grace sources wood and dissolving wood pulp from semi-natural forests and plantations, not from natural or ancient and endangered forests. We make a commitment that never procures wood and pulp from non-controversial sources. This responsibly produced fibre is made into garments for our customers and enables them to be more sustainable.

FSC (FSC@C127757)

Founded in Toronto, Canada, the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) is a non-profit organization to promote environmentally responsible, socially beneficial, and economically sustainable forest operations. FSC evaluates the performance of forest operating units and their operation to prove that it meets the requirements of sustainable operation; it also implements the production and marketing supervision chain certification, and evaluates all the production chains and fiber manufacturers, to ensure that the final product is from the certified well-managed forest.

Yibin Grace has passed the FSC annual audit and obtained the certificate. All wood suppliers of Grace in all sourcing countries are assessed once a year by a scoring system utilizing FSC® Controlled wood criteria.


Established by environmentalists, Canopy is the worlds environmental welfare organization, sponsored by the headquarters in Vancouver, Canada. Its main purpose is through cooperation with business leaders, experts and policymakers, to help enterprises to establish a sustainable supply chain, develop innovative solutions to the challenge of the environment so as to better protect the world's forests, species, and climate. Through the on-site audit of the regenerated cellulose fiber manufacturer and the evaluation of the upstream wood pulp raw material supplier, to ensure that the wood pulp source and the fiber produced do not come from the original endangered forest.

In the latest Hot Button Report, published in 2022, Yibin Grace ranked 29 Green Shirt, proving that there is a very low risk of sourcing wood and pulp from natural, ancient and endangered forests when using Graces fibers.

Wood Pulp from Certified Sources

Wood pulp is used to make our fibers. Yibin Grace sources dissolving wood pulp on the global market, primarily through long-term supply agreements. Yibin Grace uses wood pulp from the following pulp sources for its fiber production:

The suppliers lists:

Austrocel Hallein GmbH (Austria)

May & Well International Co.,Limited (USA)

CMPC Pulp S.A (Brazil)

Celulosa Arauco y Constitución S. A(Chile)

Oji Green Resources Co.,Ltd (Brazil)

Phoenix Pulp and Paper Plc (Thailand)

The pulp mills lists:

Austrocel Hallein GmbH ( Austria)

Rayonier Advanced Materials(USA)

CMPC Pulp S.A (Brazil)

Celulosa Arauco y Constitución S. A (Chile)

Celulose Nipo-Brasileira S.A(Brazil)

Caima-Industria DE Celulose,S.a (Portugal)

Supplier Code of Conduct

We will source our raw material only through suppliers that are transparent, traceable and comply with wood and fabric policy. If suppliers contravene these criteria, we will first engage them to change practices and then re-evaluate our relationship with them if we find that wood is coming from sources that do not meet this policy.

We will request that our suppliers respect the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and acknowledge indigenous and rural communities legal, customary rights to their territories, land, and resources.

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