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Sweden: Report calls on sports retailers to disclose supply chain information to improve conditions for garment workers

Author: Fair Action, Published on: 15 January 2020

"Stuck in the starting blocks: Swedish sporting retailers on transparency", 15 January 2020

...Four Swedish sporting goods retail chains were asked to answer a questionnaire regarding supply chain transparency [including questions on suppliers, wages & freedom of association]... All companies responded except Team Sportia AB... The retailers had the opportunity to fact check the parts involving their own policies and practises...

... [N]one are disclosing their suppliers at the moment. Stadium is committed to do so by March and Intersport Sverige by June 2020. Stadium is the only company that is disclosing the number of collective bargaining agreements at their suppliers (8 out of 98)...

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Related companies: Intersport Sportamore Stadium Team Sportia AB