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Techniques for More Effective Supply Chain Forced Labor Risk Identification

04/30/24 2 minute read

By requiring U.S. importers to prove that their supply chains are free of forced labor, the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) has created heightened nationwide demand for sophisticated supply chain mapping and risk identification capabilities. Since even trade routes without an obvious nexus to Xinjiang are at risk of forced labor exposure through transhipment, companies must move beyond supplier disclosures in order to comply with the UFLPA.

Thankfully, public corporate records combined with trade data offer responsible sourcing, procurement, and trade compliance teams enhanced insight into their forced labor risk. By harnessing these resources, Sayari flags both obvious and non-obvious risks — from a supplier’s physical location in Xinjiang to forced labor exposure through sub-tier suppliers.

Join Senior Sayari Solutions Manager Colby Potter at 11am EDT / 4pm BST on Thursday, May 23rd, 2024 to learn how Sayari, trusted by U.S. Customs & Border Protection and other trade regulators, can be used to mitigate forced labor risk in direct and upstream global supply chains.

Note: If you cannot attend the webinar live, register anyway and we will email you the recording.

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