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Anton Oilfield Services: A Case Study in Assessing Supply Chains for Forced Labor Risk

05/28/24 2 minute read

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Traditional supply chain analysis and mapping techniques such as vendor questionnaires and audits can fall short of providing Western companies with the comprehensive risk analysis they need to comply with forced labor law. The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) in particular places the burden of proof on importers to demonstrate that their goods are free of forced labor.

In this report, Sayari analysts use the case of Anton Oilfield Services to illustrate how corporate records combined with international trade data can reveal hidden exposure to potential forced labor. Using Sayari Graph, analysts are able to identify:

  • The source of Anton Oilfield’s potential forced labor risk
  • The Western companies likely exposed to forced labor risk through their trade relationships with Anton Oilfield
  • The products shipped from Anton Oilfield to receiving Western companies

Download the report for the full case study and to learn how to more effectively protect your supply chains from regulatory risk.

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