Labels Bershka and Lefties (Inditex), KIK, New Look found on Smart Export site

KIK was sourcing from Tazreen fashions where 112 workers died in a
fire just over 2 months ago, and the same KIK label was also found at at
the Ali Enterprises factory (Pakistan), where nearly 300 workers burned
to death last September.  Inditex and Solo Invest also both sourced
from the notorious Spectrum factory where 64 workers were killed in 2005.

"Workers continue to die, and brands continue to waste time and make up excuses instead of taking action. KIK still has not paid the Tazreen Fashions victims
their compensation, and they lack medical care. Inditex was asked to
sign the Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Agreement over a year ago.
Meanwhile they all continue to expand their production in Bangladesh,
knowing full well that the buildings are unsafe,” says Ineke Zeldenrust from the Clean Clothes Campaign.

Together with our partners in Bangladesh and internationally, the CCC
continues to fight for an independent and transparent investigation
into the causes of the fires, for full and fair compensation to be paid
to the victims and their families and importantly concrete action from
all parties involved to end this sad and pointless loss of life.

These deaths could and should have been avoided.