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Navillus Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement 2023-24

This statement sets out the steps that Navillus Print Gifts (Navillus) has taken during the financial year 2022-2023 to ensure, as far as possible, that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking taking place within its business or supply chains. Navillus does not tolerate modern slavery or human rights abuses of any kind and is committed to ethical and transparent conduct in all of its business dealings and relationships.

Business Structure & Supply Chain

Navillus is a UK-based distributor of promotional merchandise, managed by the board of Directors who are responsible, as far as possible, for ensuring that no modern slavery takes place within the business or its supply chain.

Navillus provides promotional branded products, clothing and signage to its customers in the UK and internationally.

Navillus works with an established supply chain of suppliers, wholesalers,manufacturers, and printers, mostly based in the UK and Europe.

The majority of our purchasing is undertaken from accredited suppliers to the promotional market, under the regulations of trade associations such as the British Promotional Merchandise Association (BPMA). These suppliers must adhere to the BPMA Code of Conduct which includes responsibility for preventing slavery and child labour. We regularly check our suppliers are maintaining ethical standards through their published policies and memberships of ethical trade associations such as SEDEX and Amfori BCSI.

As BPMA members we also subscribe to the BPMA Code of Conduct.


We recruit only in compliance with UK employment law, using reputable agencies or job boards to source candidates. We carry out all appropriate background checks for the Right to Work in the UK.


Our staff are trained in ethical trading standards which includes awareness of Modern Slavery in the supply chain and are expected to pass BPMA certification as part of their conditions of employment.

Senior management attend conferences and seminars on ethical and sustainable trading and have undertaken e-learning on responding to the Modern Slavery Act 2015.


Richard Sullivan

Managing Director
20th September 2023