Cotton, tomatoes and polysilicon, what do they have in common?
All three are classified as high-risk commodities for forced labour by the US Customs & Border Protection Agency (CBP). This means they could be seized and prohibited entry into the US under the Ugyhur Forced Labor Protection Act (UFLPA). But the supply chains of all three commodities are complex. They involve multiple geographies and hundreds of thousands of suppliers. To prove there is no connection with forced labour, you’ll need to manage and analyze risk data at each step of the supply chain.
Sound like mission impossible, right? Maybe not. Read more about the UFLPA and how tech-based solutions like diginexLUMEN can help.
Women comprise 41 per cent of the supply chain workforce, yet unequal opportunities for women continue to exist around the world.
Cotton, tomatoes and polysilicon, what do they have in common? All three are classified as high-risk commodities for forced labour by the US CBP - Read more!