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Find My Factory provides factory's authenticated identity
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Intertek, a leading provider of quality and safety solutions serving a wide range of industries around the world, announced the launch of its Find My Factory app for iPhone and Android mobile digital devices.

Find My Factory is the largest living database of existing consumer product factories. With more than 30,000 authenticated factory profiles, and growing by more than 1,000 per month, the Find My Factory app provides consumer goods professionals with instant access to a directory of factories for finding new suppliers or authenticating factory details.

The Find My Factory mobile app has been designed by Intertek to meet the business and due-diligence needs of key decision makers in procurement and compliance to manage corporate values and supply chain risk. Every factory profile in the Find My Factory database contains an Intertek Trust ID, which represents the factory’s authenticated identity. The trust ID validates the factory’s existence and basic information, helping to increase the transparency and traceability of the supply chain.

Valuable authenticated information – including factory address, number of employees, year of establishment, contacts, business license and photos – can be viewed in each factory profile. Users can access unlimited viewing of factory profiles if they subscribe to Find My Factory.

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