,In a statement issued yesterday, the glove maker said its US counsels are communicating with CBP’s representatives to obtain sufficient information to address CBP’s findings on forced labour practices in the company.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Top Glove Corp Bhd is looking forward to working with the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to resolve the allegation of forced labour practices in a swift manner following the latter’s latest move that directed its ports to seize goods from the manufacturer.
In a statement issued yesterday, the glove maker said its US counsels are communicating with CBP’s representatives to obtain sufficient information to address CBP’s findings on forced labour practices in the company.
“We are currently reviewing CBP’s news release, and our US counsels are liaising with CBP’s representatives for sufficient information to meaningfully address the issuance of the recent finding.
“We look forward to receiving pertinent information and working with CBP to quickly resolve the matter, ” it added.
Earlier this month, Top Glove had submitted a report prepared by independent international UK consultant, Impactt Ltd to CBP for review.
The glove maker said it took all the necessary measures required by CBP to ensure all concerns are addressed.
Impact findings confirmed that there is no systemic forced labour across the 11 International Labour Organisation’s indicators in its direct operations.
Meanwhile, Top Glove noted that this concern is the group’s top priority to resolve CBP’s concerns immediately.
“Accordingly, the company continues to take extensive remedial actions to further improve our practices and enhance our internal control measures with regard to our labour management.
“We are committed to be the best company that we can, ensuring high quality welfare, health, safe working conditions, and living accommodation for our workforce, ” the group said.