Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media

(Supplier Of Primark)
Labor issues at garment factory (3,500 workers): non-living wages; daily base wage 3,600 kyat (€2.71); cases of child labor (workers 16-18 years of age).Yangon Region, Myanmar (Burma)SOMOChild Labor, Non-Living Wage
09/10/2013Aswad Composite Mills
(Supplier Of Primark)
Garment factory catches fire; 10 workers dead; over 50 injured.Gazipur, Dhaka Division, BangladeshInstitute for Global Labour and Human RightsDeaths, Injuries & Diseases, Occupational Hazard
01/05/2011KPR Mill
(Supplier Of Primark)
Workers employed under the Sumangali Scheme at apparel factory; severely restricted of their freedom of movement; have not received their due lump sum amount; long hours, unsafe environment and child workers between 2007-2009.Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, IndiaSOMOAbusive Management, Child Labor, Excessive Work Hours, Occupational Hazard
01/05/2011SSM India
(Supplier Of Primark)
Sumangali workers at factory (~5,000 workers) manufacturing apparel: below legally-set minimum wages;  12 hour daily shifts for hostel workers ( 72 hours/week) plus mandatory overtime in peak season; 15 year old girls recruited; workers not allowed to leave factory premises freely.Tamil Nadu, IndiaSOMOChild Labor, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Non-Living Wage, Union Repression, Unpaid Overtime