Adidas opts for air freight – 'a temporary setback' – to avoid supply chain shortfall
Cheaper air rates and a dearth of warehouse capacity may be sending shippers to the ...
This news comes from an analysis of the company’s own sustainability report on the work of last year’s sourcing team, which works to pre-screen potential new suppliers and is tasked with checking on working and management standards at the companies its sources from. Last year it assessed 226 factories, rejecting 104. Some of these were given the opportunity to right their wrongs, with around 10% eventually rejected on a permanent basis.
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