Supply Chain Transparency
AVTREE Transparency in Supply Chains requires retail sellers that do business in Egypt to disclose their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains. AVTREE denounces human trafficking, forced labor and child labor at any level, and we are committed to ensuring that the manufacturers and suppliers that work directly with AVTREE meet our standards. AVTREE is committed to conducting business in a legal, ethical and responsible manner and expects the same from its manufacturers, vendors and suppliers.
- AVTREE requires that its manufacturers, vendors and suppliers comply with all Egypt and foreign laws, rules, and regulations that pertain to human trafficking, forced labor and child labor.
- AVTREE reserves the right under its manufacturing and service agreements to audit the facilities of its vendors that are used in the manufacturing, receiving, storing, handling, packaging and shipping of products ordered by AVTREE. Audits allow AVTREE to assure compliance with applicable laws and regulations at these facilities.
- AVTREE requires its manufacturers, vendors and brand partners to warrant that any products sent to AVTREE were made in compliance with all applicable laws, including laws prohibiting child labor, forced labor and unsafe working conditions.
- AVTREE maintains internal accountability standards and internal reporting procedures for employees to report any employee or contractor who fails to meet our standards, including but not limited to labor code violations and prohibitions against forced labor, child labor, and human trafficking.