Case Study: Uyghur Forced Labor Practices

From Russia sanctions, the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, German Supply Chain Act, UK Modern Slavery Act, ESG / climate change regulation, cyberattacks and cryptocurrency use ––snowballing modern issues have forced governments to increase the pressure on companies to know their supply chains.

So, what’s the challenge? And how does Technology help?

Read on for our case study or click below to download:

Xinjiang Cotton Shipments vs. Global Sanctions

Exiger analyzed shipment volume over the timeline of evolving international regulatory actions against increased Uyghur forced labor using Exiger’s proprietary technology.

Sanctions are the first step. Supply Chain Resilience Should be Next.

When there is limited visibility into your supplier’s suppliers, sanctions still may not prevent illegal goods from infiltrating the economy. Here we used Exiger’s Supply Chain Explorer to track a textile conglomerates’ shipments into sanctioned countries through subsidiaries and other third parties.

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