BASF becomes member of Catena-X Automotive Network Experiment with the Digital Product Passport to speed up its roll-out.

The Catena-X project for the automotive industry is a frontrunning initiative to test the functioning and speed up the development of a Digital Product Passport (DPP) with BASF as a member since 2021. The project aims to achieve an uninterrupted exchange of standardised data sets among the automotive value chain players. Sustainability data is one part of the equation, with product carbon footprint data being collected and exchanged.

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