ATA adheres to human rights principles, laws, and industry best practices: Audit

A view of the exterior of one of the ATA IMS Bhd factory buildings in an industrial park in Johor Bahru.

KUALA LUMPUR: An independent assessment conducted on ATA Industrial (M) Sdn Bhd (ATA) has found the company adhering to both local and international labour standards at its Johor Bahru facilities.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia today, ATA, which is a subsidiary of electronic products manufacturer ATA IMS, said the study conducted on its governance and risk management of human rights and labour management practices against the International Labour Organization’s 11 indicators of forced labour was "conducted by one of the Big Four auditing firms”.

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