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23 Jan 2024

Pimkie's response to allegations of abuses in Myanmar garment factories - February 2024 Update


Regarding the points mentioned in your email, here is our feedback:

Wonderful Apparel: we would like to inform you that we never had any commercial relations with this factory. Wonderful Apparel is not part of the list of our suppliers that you will find attached. (see mapping in attachment). We are currently working on the implementation of a traceability tool, named « Trace for good », which allows us to reference all our suppliers’ subcontractors.

GTIG HUBO: Pimkie is no longer working with this factory since 2021.

Myanmar Guotai Huasheng Glory Fashion: we are vigilant and we actually carried out an audit in May 2023 which complied with our strict criteria. We obviously remain on alert.


[The full response is attached]

Part of the following timelines

Myanmar: Garment factories reportedly forcing workers to work overnight; incl. co. responses

Myanmar: Garment workers at alleged Primark supplier report multiple labour rights abuses; incl. co. responses

Myanmar: Garment workers report labour rights abuses at Wonderful Apparel factory; incl. co. responses