Spanish fashion brand, Mango, has published a list of its Tier 2 factories as well as an updated version of its Tier 1 factory list that it published last year, demonstrating its dedication to transparency.
In 2020, the brand issued the first list of its Tier 1 suppliers, becoming the first big company in the Spanish fashion industry to do so.
It has now updated this list and added Tier 2 factories, which are involved in manufacturing processes, for the first time. By 2022, the brand intends to make public its Tier 3 raw materials supplier list.
The current list provides information on the declared factories in which Mango will produce in 2021, in accordance with the Transparency Pledge Standard, a collaboration of nine employment and human rights organizations dedicated to transparency in the textile and footwear industry's supply chains.
The list's release is part of a 2018 Bilateral Agreement between Mango and the CCOO Industry trade union, which aims to improve the rights of people who work in the company's factories and encourage accountability in global supply chains in the fashion industry.
Following an independent investigation conducted by Alison Levitt QC, the Boohoo Group made headlines this year when it disclosed a list of 1,100 manufacturers in order to meet its transparency pledge to share the information within twelve months.
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