Bullitt Group Modern Slavery Act Statement 2017

Bullitt Group Modern Slavery Act Statement 2016/17

This statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It details the approach Bullitt Group is taking to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking within its product and supply chains throughout 2016 -17.

Introduction

Modern slavery and human trafficking is a growing issue in every region and economy throughout the world, particularly given the rise in global migration. No industry or area of business is immune to the threat of human trafficking . At Bullitt Group we endeavour to ensure that our own supply chain, channels, partners and employees take a no-tolerance approach to the issue.

Bullitt Group confirms that it will take relevant measures to ensure that it complies with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Approach

Bullitt Group prides itself on our collaborative approach to business with the numerous partners with whom we work.

Bullitt is committed to working to a high ethical standard with a no tolerance approach to modern day slavery. We look to work with suppliers and partners with similar ethical values.

To date we have had no reports relating to slavery or human trafficking within our supply chain.

Monitoring Operations and Supply Chains

Bullitt operates primarily through a limited number of suppliers based in China andTaiwan, as well as logistics partners across China, Europe and the Americas.

Our factories are visited on a regular basis by Bullitt management and Bullitt personnel visit our supplier manufacturing sites on a weekly basis.

Bullitt commits to take reasonable steps to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any of its supply chains or in any part of its own business.

Reporting

Should anyone have any questions or concerns about modern slavery taking place within the Bullitt Group or its supply chain partners, these should be can be reported to CSR@bullitt-group.com.