Modern Slavery Statement

One Luggage Limited (One Luggage) has taken out reasonable analysis and brand selection to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in our supply chains or in any part of our business.  

References to “our people” only refers to those individuals working on behalf of One Luggage.

This voluntary statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out the steps we have taken to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in its business and supply chains. This statement is in respect of our financial year ended 30 June 2023.


The Act requires commercial organisations supplying goods or services with a turnover of more than £36 million to prepare and publish an annual ‘Slavery and human trafficking statement’.  The statement must set out the steps an organisation has taken, if any, during its financial year to ensure that slavery or human trafficking is not taking place in its business or supply chain.

What is modern slavery?

Modern slavery is an international crime, affecting millions of people around the world – a growing global issue that transcends age, gender and ethnicities. Sadly, vulnerable people from overseas as well as across the UK, are forced to work illegally against their will across many different sectors from agriculture, construction, hospitality, retail, manufacturing, and more.

Our commitment to the principles of the Modern Slavery Act 2015

One Luggage is committed to the principles of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the abolition of modern slavery and human trafficking. As an equal-opportunities employer, One Luggage is committed to creating and ensuring a non-discriminatory and respectful working environment for its staff.

One Luggage recruitment and people management processes are designed to ensure that all prospective employees are legally entitled to work in the UK and to safeguard employees from any abuse or coercion once in our employment.

Our supply chain

One Luggage’s procurement goods and services direct with manufacturers and distributors in the UK, and overseas. We have nearly 100 suppliers and we contract directly with them. 

Our policies in relation to slavery and human trafficking

One Luggage has a zero-tolerance position on violations to the UK’s anti-human trafficking and anti-modern slavery laws. If we find breaches of these laws within our supply chain, we will consider the immediate removal of them as a supplier. We expect our suppliers and their people to act and behave in a similar way that One Luggage does towards Modern Slavery. 

We seek to treat everyone fairly and consistently, creating a workplace and business environment that is open, transparent and trusted. Our policies and procedures relating to the Modern Slavery Act are in line with our culture and values.

Our specific procedures to address modern slavery risk include:

  • An ethical approach to allow employees to discuss any issue they have seen.
  • A process for handling complaints raised by people outside of One Luggage.
  • Employment policies that protect our people from unfair treatment and promote a fair and inclusive workplace.
  • Robust recruitment processes in line with relevant employment laws.
  • An approach to support our people’s physical and mental wellbeing and lifestyle choice.

Due diligence processes, risk assessment and management

The implementation of our policies and procedures includes a review of a new supplier that we engage with.

Key performance indicators to measure effectiveness of steps being taken

We log complaints received together with the actions taken. To the date of this statement, One Luggage has had no identified instances of modern slavery.

Training on modern slavery and trafficking

One Luggage may provide periodic training to our people on the subject of modern slavery and our policies to address the risks to help increase education and awareness.

One Luggage takes responsibility for this Statement and its related objectives and will review and update it in accordance with The Act.

Updated 30 June 2023

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