Dyson dumps Malaysian supplier over forced labour allegations


Dyson says it was tipped off about forced labour issues at its Malaysian-based supplier, ATA, by a whistle-blower. – EPA pic, November 25, 2021.

HOUSEHOLD appliance manufacturer Dyson has ended relationship with supplier ATA IMS Bhd, after allegations of forced labour and a subsequent audit, according to Reuters.

The news wire said ATA was already in the spotlight in the US, while shares in the company plummeted 30%. While ATA did not comment on Dyson’s move, it has previously stated that Dyson accounted for 80% of its business.


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  • Singaporean operators operating in Malaysia since our authorities are sleeping at their desks or can be arranged to closed both eyes since the country are run by ministers who most of the time too busy of keeping their positions and with their own agenda's

    Posted 2 days ago by Teruna Kelana