Unternehmen (Marken/ Handel)
Wanheimer Straße 70, 40468 Düsseldorf
Bangladesh, China, Turkey
Unser Commitment zur Nachhaltigkeit:
Wear the change
Wear the change
The C&A brand operates globally in 21 countries, with more than 42,000 employees and 772,000 apparel workers in the supply chain. Since our 1841 founding by Clemens and August Brenninkmeijer in Sneek, Holland, C&A has been defining the way people choose and buy their clothes. Still family-owned after six generations, our values are deeply rooted. What we do – and the way we do it – has a signiﬁcant impact on society and the environment. That’s why we move to unite with our customers and other stakeholders to create positive impact. We are working to integrate sustainability into everything we do. This means helping our customers make more sustainable choices, improving the wellbeing of supply chain workers and those in our own business, and helping communities build resilience in the face of challenges. Achieving this while operating in an open and transparent way — and in collaboration with partners — will contribute to lasting, positive change.
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At C&A, we believe everyone should be able to look and feel good every day, while supporting a good quality of life for those who make our clothes and a healthy planet. We want our customers to trust us to do the right thing, so they can buy our products without having to choose between what’s sustainable and what’s not. To achieve our vision of fashion with a positive impact, our sustainability work is focused on the areas that are most relevant to our business and where we can have the biggest impact - our products, our supply chain, and people’s lives.
More information about our strategy and achievements so far, visit our Sustainability Report: https://www.c-and-a.com/uk/en/corporate/company/sustainability/reporting/
ACCORD on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, ACT (Action, Collaboration, Transformation), Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), Better Work, Cradle to Cradle (Gold Standard), Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), Fashion for Good, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), Responsible Down Standard, Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), Social and Labour Convergence Program (SLCP), STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX, Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), UN Global Compact, ZDHC
For more information see: https://www.c-and-a.com/uk/en/corporate/company/sustainability/sustainability-strategy/unite-inspire/ and go to "Industry Collaboration"
Aggregierte Lieferantenliste beim OAR
Wir haben unsere Lieferantendaten für die aggregierte Liste des Textilbündnisses beim Open Apparel Registry zur Verfügung gestellt: https://openapparel.org/?contributors=661