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Maxport Limited

Maxport Limited manufactures high-tech knits and woven apparel in five factories in Vietnam.

The Fair Labor Association (FLA) documents significant increases in net wages – ranging from 29 percent to 57 percent over a three-year period – in a new report released today (pdf). The increases allowed factory workers in China and Vietnam to earn a living wage without working overtime.

The Fair Labor Association (FLA) documents significant increases in net wages – ranging from 29 percent to 57 percent over a three-year period – in a new report released today (pdf). The increases allowed factory workers in China and Vietnam to earn a living wage without working overtime. Factory workers in the supply chains of three FLA affiliates earned increased wages during the regular workweek as factories reduced excessive overtime – a persistent issue in apparel factories around the world and a common violation of the FLA standard on Hours of Work. “...

The FLA board of directors voted to approve the accreditation of Maxport Limited’s social compliance program in October 2019. Maxport Limited is an apparel group with headquarters and facilities in northern Vietnam. It was established in 1991 with the vision to “provide the link between the concepts and consumers.” Maxport’s headquarters, development center, and a production facility are based in Hanoi; there is one facility in Thai Binh and two facilities in Nam Dinh. Maxport facilities employ 5,550 workers.