TESCO ETHICAL TRADING VERIFICATION
Tesco Ethical Trading Verification?
Tesco sources its products from around the world to meet customer demand. To ensure that their global supply chain operates to high ethical standards, Tesco has developed the Ethical Trading Initiative. The ETI Base Code is a comprehensive document describing socially responsible practices that all suppliers and subcontractors must adopt to manufacture Tesco products.
Tesco is the largest retailer in the United Kingdom offering grocery, electrical goods, home and electrical, furniture and kitchen, clothing and jewelry, garden, baby and toddler products.
In addition to mandatory registration such as SEEDEX, risk assessment, and supplier competency studies, the ETI base code is a reference used by Tesco (in addition to site / supplier-based labor laws). The ETI Base Code is a reference used by Tesco (excluding labor laws where the site/supplier is based).
Benefits of Tesco Ethical Trading Verification
Who can get TESCO Approval?
Document required for Tesco Ethical Trading Verification
The extent of Documented Information differs as per:
Role of Shamkris and Process of Tesco Ethical Trading Verification
Shamkris adopts a results-oriented approach to effective system implementation in the organization. A simple and practical method of system implementation helps organizations increase business efficiency and sustainability. Shamkris supports 100% documentation to obtain buyer approval in addition to enhanced performance.
The implementation process is described below:
Audit Public Verification
Year on Year
Tesco is the largest retailer in the United Kingdom offering products including Groceries, Electrical Goods, Home and electrical, Furniture & kitchen, Clothing & Jeweller, Garden, Baby & Toddler products etc.
Tesco source their products from all over the globe to meet customer demand. To ensure that their global supply chain operates in accordance with high ethical standards, Tesco has developed the Ethical Trading Initiative. The ETI Base Code is a comprehensive document that describes the socially responsible practices all suppliers and subcontractors must adopt to manufacture Tesco products.
Manufacturing units including sub-contractors in the Supply chain
- Recognition of socially compliant organization
- Opportunity to participate in Supply Chain Business.
- Opportunity for exports. Supplier Approval by overseas customers
- Compliance with business, legal, contractual, and regulatory requirements
- Improved structure and focus with respect to Business Ethics