Help Identify Suppliers Using Forced Labor

Leverage Denied Party Screening to Help Identify Forced Labor Risks Hidden in Your Supply Chain

Importers have a legal obligation to make sure that they are not doing business with suppliers using forced labor. Our denied party screening solutions can help your organization ensure that you are not unwittingly working with those named on the Uyghur Forced Labor Entity List or otherwise suspected of profiting from illicit labor practices.

Versatile and Intuitive Denied Party Screening

Screen Overseas Suppliers Against the Uyghur Forced Labor Entity List and Other Watch Lists

With Descartes Denied Party Screening, businesses get a compliance solution that can help your organization identify forced labor risks hidden in your supply chain. Users can be up-and-running quickly and begin screening almost immediately. Results arrive back quickly and are easy to interpret—prioritized by relevant details so appropriate action can be taken—while accurate recordkeeping and audit-ready capabilities to help organizations demonstrate due diligence with confidence.

Forced Labor Mini Guide
Discover actionable strategies and best practices for eliminating forced labor and creating a more ethical and sustainable global supply chain.
WEBINAR: Forced Labor in the Global Supply Chain
Understanding New Regulations and Due Diligence Requirements
Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Bans Illicit Xinjiang Imports from Entering Global Supply Chains
The U.S. is now enforcing the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act which introduces new sanctions against entities that are known to use forced labor.

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