On June 22, the U.S. government will begin enforcing the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), presenting a significant business risk to companies sourcing from China. Under the act, any goods imported into the U.S. made wholly or in part with labor from the Xinjiang region of China will be seized at the U.S. border.
There are no shortcuts for overcoming shipment detentions, and companies must establish deep supply chain traceability to remain compliant and maintain market access. Join our Assent experts, as they detail how to establish supply chain traceability under the UFLPA.
You will learn:
- About UFLPA and why it matters to your business
- What the high priority sectors are for UFLPA enforcement
- How to establish reliable supply chain traceability
- The importance of deep-mapping your supply chain to gain insight into the exact source of your products and parts
Gain actionable insights into proactively protecting your business from regulatory and compliance experts.
- Sarah Carpenter, Manager, Business and Human Rights, at Assent.
- Ben Gross, Trade Compliance, Legal Counsel, at Assent.