Five Critical Steps to Avoid Violating New Uyghur Anti-Slavery Import Law

The Uyghur Forced Labor Protection Act (UFLPA) requires companies to prove that any goods they import to the US were not produced using forced labor. To be able to provide such proof, enterprises must first understand their supply chains, right down to where materials are sourced. Collaborating with suppliers is key to gaining reliable data and the necessary transparency.

Critical steps to ensure UFLPA compliance include:
  • Visualize your supply chain.
  • Gain sub-tier visibility.
  • Create proactive mitigation plans.

Monitoring the complex web of supply sources is beyond human capability. With advanced digital technology, companies can take immediate action to make sure they do not violate the law.

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