Updated June 25, 2020
Burton Statement: Responsible Supply Chain Practices During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major health and economic impacts throughout the world. Burton remains committed to responsible purchasing and production practices in the face of this unprecedented situation. We have maintained our standard payment terms with suppliers and we continue to pay in full for orders that are in process or have been completed. We are communicating openly and often with supply chain partners regarding future planning. Burton continues to uphold our commitment to workers’ wellbeing by ensuring that factories are implementing appropriate health and safety measures and that workers have access to functioning grievance mechanisms. We are following the guidance of the Fair Labor Association. Burton has endorsed the International Labour Organisation (ILO) COVID-19 Call to Action in the Global Garment Industry, joining other businesses, organizations, and governments to collectively support manufacturers through the economic disruption of the pandemic and to protect factory workers’ income, health, and employment.
Burton Statement: Responsibly Reopening Our Retail Stores During COVID-19Burton Family,
As a result of the strict discipline in following authorities’ guidelines and regulations, each of us has helped curbing the spread of COVID-19 in a few countries around the world already. As a result, we are starting to re-open selected Burton-owned stores based on guidance from health and government authorities.
Find open Burton stores here and continue shopping on Burton.com.
Thank you, and we’ll continue to share updates as we have them.