At Kay & Emms we don’t only care machinery that produce, we care people and society who make run the company. We are an ethical company and follow the following rules :
(World wide Responsible Apparel Production)
Their salient features are no child labor, no forced labor, no discrimination by race, color or gender, equal opportunity employer, good working environment, custom compliance, remuneration and fringe benefits as per local laws, electronic attendance, hand scanning, a maximum of a 56 hour working week, proper health and safety, during interdiction etc.
We are a WRAP certified company complying all 12 principles and there descriptions.
For more info: http://www.wrapcompliance.org
(Custom – Trade Partnership Against Terrorism)
Custom – Trade Partnership Against Terrorism is another milestone that has been achieved in order to build customer confidence. It includes strict security measures at various stages of production, packing and transportation. Examples include scanning containers of weapons explosives at packing and loading stages.
C-TPAT offers trade-related businesses an opportunity to play an active role in the war against terrorism. By participating in this first worldwide supply chain security initiative, companies will ensure a more secure and expeditious supply chain for their employees, suppliers and customers. Beyond these essential security benefits, CBP will offer benefits to certain certified C-TPAT member categories, including:
A reduced number of CBP inspections (reduced border delay times).
Priority processing for CBP inspections. (Front of the Line processing for inspections when possible.)
Assignment of a C-TPAT Supply Chain Security Specialist (SCSS) who will work with the company to validate and enhance security throughout the company’s international supply chain.
Potential eligibility for CBP Importer Self-Assessment program (ISA) with an emphasis on self-policing, not CBP audits.
Eligibility to attend C-TPAT supply chain security training seminars.
It is clear that security issues will play an ever more important role in international trade logistics. Many companies recognize that participation in C-