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We believe that good products start from good supply chains. We strive to achieve quality and integrity in product manufacturing by maintaining transparency in our supply chain and verifying that our shared values and ethics are upheld by the standards of our Code of Conduct.
Code of ConductAll our suppliers have to follow and sign the Code of Conduct and must ensure that all individuals involved in production also observe the Code of Conduct. To control that the factory follow our Code of Conduct, we make regular visits to every year. This entails working closely with the management and operators during our production, a physical inspection of the factories, as well as the control of documents concerning wages, benefits, insurance, working hours, and wages receipts.
TREW’s Code of Conduct defines labor standards that aim to achieve decent and humane working conditions. Our standards are based on the eight fundamental conventions as identified by the International Labor Organization (ILO). Suppliers must, in all their activities, follow the national laws in the countries where they are operating. Our Code of Conduct covers the following:
1) National and International Labor Law Compliance
3) Harassment of Abuse
4) Force Labor
5) Child Labor
6) Freedom of Association
7) Health,Safety, and Environment
8) Hours of Work
You can find the complete Code of Conduct here.
SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPARENCY TREW sources technical fabrics from Japan, Taiwan, and China and we build our technical products in overseas factories in Bangladesh and Vietnam. We are proud of our longstanding relationships with our fabric mills and factories and are inspired by the workmanship and integrity that our suppliers build in to our product collections every season. We wouldn't be able to build the products that we do without the expertise and cooperation of countless individuals around the world.
Publishing our suppliers and their physical addresses is an important step in strengthening our diligence in maintaining quality and integrity in our supply chain. It also allows for civil society to collaborate with companies and brands to better identify, assess, and avoid actual or potential adverse human rights impacts.*
MHC Apparels (Pvt.) Ltd. Holding#297/1, Block #B, Word #4, Vangnahati, Sreepur, Gazipur-1740, Bangladesh Cut/Sew Factory: Outerwear Number of workers employed: 2250 October 05 Ltd.35/25 Jakir Hossain Road, KhulshiChattogram, BangladeshQuality Assurance and Development: OuterwearNumber of workers employed: Less then 100
Toyota Tsusho Corporation 4-3-11, Minami-Semba, Chuo, Osaka, 542-0081, Japan Technical fabrics supplier: outerwear
Toray Textile International, Inc.3-3-3 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku,Osaka, 530-8222, JapanTechnical fabrics supplier: outerwear
Joujoufish Co., Ltd.No. 57, Fuxing N. Rd., Songshan Dist.,Taipei City 105, TaiwanTechnical fabrics supplier: outerwear
Apex Textile Co., Ltd.No 175, Ling Hao Rd, Hangzhou Economic & Technological Development Area, 310019ChinaTechnical fabrics supplier: outerwear
Superfabric570 Hale Ave NOakdale, MN 55128USATechnical fabrics supplier: outerwear
TMC (Nuyarn)3 Bristol StreetLevin 5510, New Zealand Merino wool supplier (corporate office)