We believe in building sustainable supply chains
We convene the global supply chain, creating customized end-to-end supply chain and logistics solutions for global brands and retailers. We design, source and deliver a diverse range of products from a network of 15,000 suppliers in 40 economies, to over 8,000 customers globally.
Our priority is to develop and operate responsible, sustainable and agile supply chains that meet the demands of a dynamic global retail sector while safeguarding and enhancing the lives of all those who are touched by it. We aim to make lives better for a billion people along the supply chain.
Our suppliers are located in key production markets around the world which allows us to flexibly move production across markets, balance capacity constraints and meet customer needs. Of our 15,000+ supplier base, more than 8,200 suppliers remain regularly active with order placements over a two-year period. China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Indonesia and India play a key role in our production supply chains.
Supply chain sustainability
Sustainability is a part of our culture and provides us with a guiding framework for how we manage our impact while contributing to the development of the communities in which we live and work.
We manage our global supply chains in alignment with our overall Sustainability Strategy. We take our responsibility to our employees, customers, suppliers and the workers in our supply chains very seriously. Our initiatives to enhance supply chain sustainability focus on three areas: managing risk and furthering compliance along our supply chains, raising sustainability performance and collaborating with customers and industry partners – all with the aim of building better supply chains.
We recognize that our business can influence positive change in our industry. Improving both working conditions and the livelihoods of workers and their families in our sourcing communities is important to us. In 2016 we established the Li & Fung Foundation with the goal of improving the lives of one billion people in the global supply chain.