Global enterprises are under regulatory pressure to prove that their supply chains are sustainable, resilient and free from forced labor. Changes in US regulations last year have increased this burden on importers, leaving them to demonstrate ‘clear and convincing’ evidence to prove their items are not sourced or manufactured in any region or by any entity using forced labor.
With other countries pushing forward and close to adopting similar legislation, it’s clear that importers must have full dynamic visibility in their supply chains. For example, the Canadian BillS-211, “Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act,” has quickly advanced in the Canadian Parliament. The Act will impose an obligation on government institutions and private-sector entities with as few as 250 employees to report on measures taken to prevent and reduce the risk that forced labor or child labor is used in their supply chains.
Complying with increased reporting regulations and the due diligence required can be daunting. Importers often lack access to information and documentation through the various tiers of complex supply chains. Having the capability to analyze risk implications and address the impact of illegal transshipment is key to protecting the business.
This webinar, co-hosted with Altana Technologies, a trusted partner to US Customs and Border Protection, will show importers how to leverage dynamic, multi-tier visibility in your global supply chain to comply and collaborate in this new regulatory landscape.
- Overview of UFLPA; New Canadian Law
- Importer Pain Points
- Use of Data, Analytics and Artificial Intelligence
- Demonstrating a Solution by Altana Technologies – how to mitigate forced labor
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