More brands commit to the Accord on Fire & Building Safety in Bangladesh

published 14-05-2013 14:55, last modified 18-09-2013 10:23
This list will be updated as soon as official confirmation comes in. Last update: Aug 28 2013

So far, the list of brands that have confirmed they will sign the Accord on Fire & Building Safety in Bangladesh (in alphabetical order):

  1. Abercrombie & Fitch
  2. Aldi North
  3. Aldi South
  4. American Eagle Outfitters, Inc
  5. Auchan
  6. Bay City Textilhandels
  7. Belotex
  8. Benetton
  9. Bestseller (a.o. Vila, Vero Moda, Only, Jack & Jones, Pieces)
  10. Bonmarche
  11. Brands-Fashion
  12. C&A
  14. Casion Global
  15. Carrefour
  16. Charles Vögele
  17. Chicca
  18. Comtex
  19. COOP Denmark
  20. Cotton On
  21. Dansk Supermarked (a.o. Netto., Bilka)
  22. Daytex
  23. Debenham
  24. Distra
  25. DK Company (a.o. Kaffe, Cream, Veto, Sorbet, Blend, Ichi)
  26. El Corte Inglés
  27. Ernstings's Family
  28. Esprit
  29. Fat Face
  30. Fast Retailing (Uniqlo, Theory)
  31. Forever New
  32. G-star
  33. H&M
  34. Helly Hansen
  35. Hema
  36. Hemtex AB
  37. Herding Heimtextil
  38. Hess Natur
  39. Horizonte
  40. IC Companys (a.o. Peak Performance, Tiger of Sweden, InWear/Matinique, Soaked in Luxory, Jackpot, Cottonfield)
  41. Inditex (Zara, Bershka)
  42. jbc
  43. Jogilo
  44. Jolo Fashion
  45. John Lewis
  46. Juritex
  47. KappAhl
  48. Karstadt
  49. Kmart
  50. Kik
  52. Leclerc
  53. Lidl
  54. Loblaw
  55. Mango
  56. Marks and Spencer
  57. Metro
  58. Mothercare
  59. Multiline
  60. N Brown
  61. New Look
  62. Next
  63. O'Neill Europe BV
  64. Otto Group
  65. Primark
  66. PUMA
  67. PVH (Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein)
  68. PWT Group (a.o. Texman, Wagner, Lindhberg)
  69. Rewe
  70. s.Oliver
  71. Scoop NYC/Zac Posen
  72. Sainsbury's
  73. Sean John
  74. Schmidt Group
  75. Scoop NYC
  76. Shop Direct Group
  77. Speciality Fashions
  78. Stockmann
  79. Switcher
  80. Target (Australia)
  81. Tchibo
  82. Tesco
  83. Topgrade International
  84. V&D
  85. Van der Erve NV
  86. Varner Group
  87. Voice Norge AS
  88. We Europe
  89. Zeeman

We call upon all companies sourcing from Bangladesh to sign the Bangladesh Safety Accord. Find out more here.


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