Amazon is strongly committed to conducting our business in a lawful and ethical manner, including engaging with suppliers who respect human rights, provide safe and inclusive workplaces, and promote a sustainable future.
About our supply chain
Our mission is for our products to be made in a way that respects human rights and the environment. Our global teams work closely with suppliers to communicate our standards, and help suppliers build their capacity to provide safe and respectful working environments.
Supply Chain StandardsWe set a high bar for ourselves and our suppliers. Our Supply Chain Standards detail the requirements and expectations for suppliers in our supply chain, and suppliers must contractually commit to these standards as a condition of doing business with us.
Supplier ManualOur Supply Chain Standards Manual (Supplier Manual) provides guidance and resources to suppliers of Amazon branded products on how to meet and exceed the expectations outlined in our Supply Chain Standards.
Learn more about our global supply chain.
The facilities listed produce Amazon-branded apparel, consumer electronics, and home goods products. This list was last updated November 2019 and is subject to change; updates will be provided periodically. Click here to access a PDF list of our suppliers.
We are committed to assessing our impact and focusing our efforts in these key areas.
Safe workplacesWorkers are entitled to safe and healthy workplaces.
Freely chosen employmentAll work should be voluntary; no worker should have to pay for a job.
Empowering womenQuality jobs for women translate to positive impacts for communities.
Fair wagesWages should meet workers’ basic needs.
Environmental protectionSafeguarding the environment protects workers and their communities.
As a global retail and technology company employing hundreds of thousands of workers around the world, we recognize the importance of raising awareness and training our employees on relevant human rights and social responsibility issues.
The complex, persistent challenges in working conditions cannot be solved alone; improving supply chains requires collaboration. We are members of, or work closely with, these groups and initiatives.
See how we put our scale and inventive culture to work on building a sustainable future.
Together, the nonprofit community, Amazon, and our employees, joined to donate $9 million to improve the lives of our most vulnerable community members in the Seattle, WA and Arlington, VA regions.
What the company is doing for support organizations on the frontline of the Australian bushfire crisis, and how you can help.
Over the course of a year, the Day One blog captures moments that add up to tell the larger story of Amazon’s connection with its customers, employees, and communities around the world.