Supply Chain

Traceability, ethics and transparency along the supply chain

We look beyond the boundaries of our business to extend our desire to promote the development of ethical, sustainable and inclusive workplaces across our supply chain. Through tools such as questionnaires and software, we aim to achieve Tier 3 tracking by 2025 to ensure that workers are protected and valued.

We also rely on the Digital Product Passport tool to collect and share timely information on production processes throughout the value chain.

Monitoring worker protection

Because we want to pursue an environmental transition that respects justice, ethical criteria and limits social risks.

We are committed to raising awareness and understanding of the issue of fair wages by working with the various actors along the supply chain.

A 2025 target will also be defined with regard to the percentage of indirect suppliers who can prove that they have worker protection guarantees.

Improved traceability and transparency upstream

Because we want to fight human rights abuses and identify the root causes of production-related environmental impacts.

We will progressively improve knowledge and traceability of the upstream supply chain through the administration of supplier questionnaires and the use of traceability software where available.

We will begin a process of updating the information in the Atlantis digital passports, which have already been on products since 2018, to include more and more information about the production chain, processes and materials used.


Analyzing the Carbon Footprint of our products helps us understand what alternative choices and technologies we can use to reduce the environmental impact of our manufacturing processes.

Responsibility for industrial steps such as manufacturing or dyeing our hats is shared with suppliers, whom we monitor through questionnaires and keep informed of opportunities for improvement.

We are also developing a rating system for direct suppliers (Tier 1), which we will gradually extend to our indirect suppliers.

Dyeing Process
Assembly Process
*For beanie hats, the second most impactful phase is the dyeing process, with a contribution ranging from 23% to 29% of the total. *For baseball caps, the second most impactful phase after the fabric manufacturing phase is the cap manufacturing phase, which contributes between 7% and 23% of the total life cycle.
Code of Conduct

Common Conduct

We firmly believe in collaboration, which is why we share with our suppliers and business partners a Code of Conduct that outlines the principles to be observed to ensure working conditions that are in line with international standards and local laws.

Issues such as wages, working hours, trade union freedom, non-discrimination, whistle-blowing, health and safety are therefore fully part of the contractual relationship between our company and its direct stakeholders.

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