Benetton has worked with its suppliers for a long time to build a long-term business relationship based on trust and mutual transparency.

Basing on this commitment, we can provide the Benetton suppliers’ list. Company name, address, employees’ range, percentage of male and female workers, percentage of migrant workers, production phase performed, workers’ representation, Collective Bargaining Agreement coverage are indicated in the list. In addition, suppliers are classified depending on the items they produce, that are apparel, accessories and shoes.

The suppliers list includes tier 1 suppliers (manufacturers and other garment process facilities), tier 2 suppliers (fabric suppliers) and tier 3 (yarn suppliers) located in several countries all over the world. The list considers only active suppliers which account for more than 95% of volume of output referring to tier 1and about 80% regarding tier 2 suppliers, as defined above. Regarding tier 3 suppliers, the coverage is about 75% in terms of volume of output.

Due to the impact they have on the environment, we pay particular attention to wet process factories, performing dyeing and washing processes on yarns, fabrics and finished products with a dedicated program.

Download the list of suppliers (.pdf)

Download the list of suppliers (.xls)

View the map

In addition to our map, a location of our suppliers is also available on the interactive Open Supply Hub (OSH) platform which for we are contributors.

Benetton is also committed to progressively mapping raw material suppliers. Currently the list includes the two main suppliers for raw cotton, one supplier for wool fiber, one for nylon fiber and one for viscose. The list is constantly updated.

Download the list of raw material suppliers (.pdf)
Download the list of raw material suppliers (.xls)

*Benetton asks for traceability, Benetton is not asking for confidential business information. If you have concerns, please contact the Sustainability Department (