LTP are proud members of UNITE. We are recognized for our strong commitment to CSR. At our factories the conditions adhere to the highest standards. Unfortunately these practices are not adopted industry-wide. Many sewers still work in non-secure and non-dignified work environments and millions still live in poverty. Transparency and traceability across the industry is substandard, as consumers don't know where or how products are made and consequently don't know which brands to trust.
Respect for universal human rights is good business - not only an ethical imperative. Put CSR [Corporate Social Responsibility] at the heart of decision-making, as more consumers demand proof that the clothes they buy fulfil the promises of the label, provide transparency and also assurances of ethical working conditions. This commitment acts as a key differentiator and sets successful brands apart.
Ending poverty in the garment industry requires manufacturers, brands and consumers UNITE around new standards and accelerate change.
Change is possible
LTP’s research show that the most important life improvements at our factories are:
- Higher salary
LTP already pays a premium salary comparable to country and area, and also offers extended healthcare insurance.
Salaries are only around 2-4% of the retail price.
If consumers, brands and manufactures UNITE we can, with a little effort make tremendous impact for millions of workers in our industry.
LTP is ready to pioneer the future – together with our customers, we aim to transform the lives of our sewers by offering education.
Our goal is to educate +100 WORKERS by 2022 through:
BASIC & HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION