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Celio response to Human Rights Now report

Author: Celio, Published on: 1 June 2015

In reply to your emails from the 20th and 27th of May 2015, Celio would like to emphasize that it pays great attention to the working conditions in the factories operated by the companies with which it enters in a trading relationship.

Consequently, compliance with our Social Charter by our suppliers is an essential part of our General Terms of Purchase.

In this respect, we stress that Celio is a member of BSCI since 2006  and practices audits of the factories of its suppliers in accordance with the labour standards of the ILO that, predominantly but not exclusively, form part of our Social Charter.

In the event of detection of a violation of the Social Charter, the supplier is requested to immediately implement a corrective action plan. Failure to take corrective measures in order to ensure compliance with the Social Charter leads to termination of any or all trading activities.

Please find here above our answers to your queries on the sourcing policy of Celio.

This is a response from the following companies: Celio