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Production & Human Rights

Production & Human Rights

Our code of conduct

Our manufacturers are contracted to follow a code of conduct. Every year, independent inspections are made to make sure that they follow these rules. We also visit the factories ourselves regularly, and we are in daily contact through phone and email.

The inspections are a way for us to prevent for instance forced labour, poor working conditions, and to secure the well-being of the people working for us. This regards all suppliers. No matter if it’s in logistics, production, or wholesale, we make sure to work with partners that draw in the same direction as ourselves.

The code of conduct that we apply is called the Amfori BSCI Code of Conduct and refers to international conventions relevant to improve working conditions in the supply chain. These are the areas that are being controlled.

Our production

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