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P.O. Tracing

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) guidance now assumes that goods from Xinjiang were produced with forced labor. Because of this, goods can be detained and your company must rebut any assumptions of forced labor by providing evidence of sourced goods. 

Identify & Stop Forced Labor In Your Supply Chain

Map facilities in your supply chain and trace POs using SupplyShift end-to-end solution. Identify human rights risk hotspots and gather information from suppliers to comply with The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) detainment window and other related Customs requirements.

What the Solution Offers:


  • Multi-tier assessment plus in-house support
  • Integrated scoring and visual mapping of human rights risks
  • Share supplier responses and uploads with multiple buyers
  • Follow progress, identify bottlenecks, and prove due diligence using the assessment tracker
  • Translate supplier documents to meet Customs’ English language requirement

Assess Tier 1 suppliers

Engage your direct suppliers to gather critical insights and ensure compliance.

Map your supply chain

Identify and assess sub-tier suppliers to visualize high risk areas.

Get better data

Get more granular data from sub-tier suppliers at higher frequencies

Let’s Talk P.O. Tracing

Find out how SupplyShift’s solution prepares you for the UFLPA and related Customs requirements.

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