The list of 2018 ACCORD signatories at a glance
রবিবার, মার্চ ৪, ২০১৮
Desk Report: The second transition of Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh is the topic of discussion of the time. Some of world’s famous brands and retailers, who import their products from Bangladeshi garments manufacturing companies, already signed the agreement of the second edition but still some others are to renew. This list, according to IndustriAll report, shows that which brands and retailers already signed the new 2018 Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh-
Primark, H&M, Mango, C&A, Inditex (incl. Zara), Hugo Boss, Adidas, ESPRIT, KiK, A&M Holmberg, Lidl, Aldi North, Aldi South, America Today, American Eagle Outfitters, APG and Co, Artsana (Chicco), Auchan, Baumhueter International, Bel-confect, Benetton, Bestseller, BrandCo Management, Camaïeu, Carrefour, Casino Global Sourcing, Cherokee/Hi-Tec Sports, Chicca, Comtex, CoolCat, Coop Danmark, Cotton On, Daytex Mode, Designworks, Distra, DK Company, El Corte Inglés, E Leclerc, Ernsting’s Family, Fipo Group, Fruit of the Loom, Gina Tricot, G-Star, Hakro, Hanson Im-und Export GmbH, Helly Hansen, HEMA, Hemtex, HKG Garment Solution, Horizonte, Hunkemöller, ID Identity, JBC, JOGILO, John Lewis, Julius Hüpeden, Juritex Import & Export GmbH, KappAhl, Karstadt, Klaus Herding / Herding Heimtextil, Kmart Australia, LC Waikiki, Loblaw, LPP, Mainpol, Matalan, Mayoral Moda, Miss Etam, Monoprix, Mothercare, MS Mode, N Brown, New Agenda by Perrin, New Frontier, New Look, New Wave Group, OLYMP Bezner, O’Neill, Otto, OVS, Peak Performance, Prénatal Retail Group (Prénatal: BimboStore; Mawi), PVH, PWT Brands, RAWE Moden, Rewe Group, River Island, RNB Retail and Brands, Sandryds, Shoeby, Schmidt Group, s.Oliver, Specialty Fashion Group, Stadium, Star Brands Apparel, Stockmann Group, Suprema, Takko, Tally Weijl, Target Australia, Tchibo, Tesco, Texsport BV, Top Grade International, Transmarina Handelsgesellschaft, TVM Europe, Uhlsport, Uncle Sam, Van der Erve, Varner, Vetta, VOICE Norge AS, WE Fashion, Wibra Supermarkt, Woolworths Australia, Zeeman and Zephyr Headwear.
However, the legally-binding document goes into effect when the original agreement expires in May and extends the Accord’s protections until 31 May 2021.