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23 Jan 2024

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

Production in Myanmar is carried out via a major domestic trading company (hereafter referred to as Company A)...

The selection of the factory is Company A's decision, and Company A is responsible for using the factory.

Based on that, we would like to respond to the following four points.

  1. We will stop doing business with Company A until they improve their ability to audit CSR guidelines.
  2. Our company was using the factory without being aware that such an incident occurred.
  3. Production has already ended at the factory and there are no plans for future use.
  4. Even the case additional production has required, we are not going to use the factory as we confirmed that such an incident occurred.

[The full response is attached]

Part of the following timelines

Myanmar: Garment workers report forced unpaid overtime at Sunrise Myanmar factory; incl. co. responses

Myanmar: Workers at Myanmar Morning Flower Garment factory face labour rights abuses; incl. co. response