During the financial year 2021, PUMA purchased from 134 independent suppliers in 27 countries worldwide. Asia remains the strongest sourcing region overall with 95% of the total volume, followed by the Americas with 3% and EMEA with 2% (thereof Europe with 1% and Africa with 1%). PUMA discloses 281 T1 factories (product manufacturers) representing around 92% of our apparel, footwear and accessory products business value and 45 core T2 factories (material, component manufacturers) representing around 80% of our business volume.
To make sure that our suppliers play along with our strict standards for working, social and environmental conditions, our PUMA Team and external partners audit the facilities on a regular basis.
Code of conduct
Since 1993, PUMA’s Code of Conduct has set clear standards. PUMA’s supply chain partners agree to adhere to our Code of Conduct as soon as they enter a purchasing contract with us.
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Code of ethics
Our Code of Ethics was first introduced in 2005 and lays out PUMA’s commitment to ethical and responsible behavior – individual and corporate alike.