Asos reveals new supply chain pledge following Boohoo scandal 

August 7, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Asos has unveiled new commitments for its third-party brands after Boohoo’s Leicester scandal ravaged the fashion retail sector last month.

The fashion ecommerce has asked brands to sign the Transparency Pledge, which will require them to publicly and regularly declare their manufacturing supply chain.

The pledge launched in 2016 by nine charities including Human Rights Watch and the Clean Clothes Campaign.


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