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Adidas AG

Headquarters : Adi-Dassler-Strasse 1 2 91074 Herzogenaurach Germany Germany
Job offers, investor relations : web www.adidas.com tel. 49-9132-842471 email: investor.relations@adidas.de stock : ADDDF analytics

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Labor 26 Jobs -6% /1998 Offshore 13 Sales 10 Bn $.€ /year Profit 4 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 234 *min. Influence 2
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shareholdercountry%source
Apax Partners Inc.United States of America25Trends - Tendances
Ashley, MichaelUnited States of America3,1Les Echos
Louis Dreyfus (famille)Switzerland4,9
? More shareholders of Adidas AG
year
business
source
2007Adidas items are manufactured by 1070 subcontractors in 67 countries, 67% in Asia including 24% in China, 17% in America and 16% in Europe and Africa.El Pais
2006Adidas sells 35% of the football equipements in the world, world leader.Les Echos
2004Adidas is the second-largest sport equipment maker in the world.
subsidiarycountry%source
Ashworth, Inc United States of America100Les Echos
Reebok International Ltd. United States of America100Lib?ration
? More subsidiaries of Adidas AG
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Albania Albania
: 2 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Argentina Argentina
Adidas Argentina S.A :
 
Bosnia Herzegovina Bosnia Herzegovina
: 1 facility
 Fair Labor Association
Brazil Brazil
: 1 facility
 Fair Labor Association
Brazil Brazil
ASPA do Brazil Ltda :
 
Brazil Brazil
adidas do Brasil Ltda :
 
Bulgaria Bulgaria
Orfei :
 Clean Clothes Campaign
Cambodia Cambodia
: 3 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Chile Chile
adidas Chile Ltda :
 
China China
Yue Yuen factory, Dongguan : shoes
 Asian Monitor Resource Center
China China
Guangzhou Adi Trade & Development Co. Ltd. :
 
China China
Guangzhou adi Sporting Goods Ltd. :
 
China China
adidas (Suzhou) Co. Ltd. :
 
Colombia Colombia
: 1 facility
 Fair Labor Association
Colombia Colombia
adidas Colombia Ltda :
 
South Korea South Korea
: 3 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Croatia Croatia
: 1 facility
 Fair Labor Association
El Salvador El Salvador
: 6 facilities
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Fair Labor Association
El Salvador El Salvador
Formosa/Evergreen factory :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Monitor
Honduras Honduras
: 6 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Hong-Kong Hong-Kong
adidas China Holding Co. Ltd. (50%) :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Hong-Kong Hong-Kong
Adidas Salomon International Sourcing Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Hungary Hungary
adidas Budapest Kft :
 
India India
adidas India Private Ltd. :
 
Indonesia Indonesia
Nikomas Gemilang : vestes, chaussettes
 The Guardian
Indonesia Indonesia
P.T. Trigaris Sportindo (92%) :
 
Indonesia Indonesia
Tainan : vestes, chaussettes
 The Guardian
Indonesia Indonesia
Tuntex factory, Jakarta : vestes, chaussettes
 The Guardian
Ireland Ireland
Fortstewart Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Ireland Ireland
adidas (Ireland) Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Ireland Ireland
Three Stripe Exports Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Lao Lao
: 3 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Lebanon Lebanon
adidas Lebanon SAL :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Lebanon Lebanon
adidas Middle East SAL :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Macau Macau
: 2 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Macedonia Macedonia
: 2 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Malaysia Malaysia
adidas Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (60%) :
 
Morocco Morocco
: 2 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Mexico Mexico
adidas Industrial S.A. de C.V :
 
Mexico Mexico
adidas de Mexico S.A. de C.V :
 
Pakistan Pakistan
: 5 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Panama Panama
adidas Latin America S.A :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Netherlands Netherlands
Adidas Salomon International Finance B.V :
 
Netherlands Netherlands
adidas International Trading B.V :
 
Philippines Philippines
adidas Philippines Inc. :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Poland Poland
adidas Poland Sp. z. o. o :
 
Czech Republic Czech Republic
adidas CR spol. s.r.o :
 
Romania Romania
Salomon Romania Srl : ski
 
Russia Russia
adidas Ltd, Moscow :
 
Singapore Singapore
adidas Singapore Pte. Ltd. :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Slovakia Slovakia
adidas Slovakia s.r.o :
 
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
: 2 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Switzerland Switzerland
Salomon Schweiz A.G & Stans :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Switzerland Switzerland
Sarragan S.A & Fribourg :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Switzerland Switzerland
adidas Sport GmbH & Lindau :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Thailand Thailand
adidas (Thailand) Co. Ltd., Bangkok :
 
Thailand Thailand
adidas Holding (Thailand) Co. Ltd., Bangkok :
 
Tunisia Tunisia
: 11 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Turkey Turkey
adidas Turkey & Istanbul :
 
Ukraine Ukraine
: 2 facilities
 Fair Labor Association
Ukraine Ukraine
SC adidas Ukraine :
 
Uruguay Uruguay
3 Stripes S.A :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Venezuela Venezuela
adidas Margarita S.A :
 
Venezuela Venezuela
adidas Corporation de Venezuela, S.A :
 
Vietnam Vietnam
: 21 facilities
 Fair Labor Association

  • Environmental impact

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2003Bauer, Sabine
See the photo of: Bauer, Sabine Monitoring Committee;
2003Brandt, Gerold
See the photo of: Brandt, Gerold Monitoring Committee;
2003Bromilow, David
See the photo of: Bromilow, David Monitoring Committee;
2003Filho, Henri
See the photo of: Filho, Henri Chairman of the Monitoring Committee;
2003Friderichs, Hans
See the photo of: Friderichs, Hans Vice-president;
2003Kammerer, Fritz
See the photo of: Kammerer, Fritz Vice-president;
2003M?ller, Herbert
See the photo of: M?ller, Herbert Monitoring Committee;
2003Ruprecht, Hans
See the photo of: Ruprecht, Hans Monitoring Committee;
2003Scott, Charles Thomas
See the photo of: Scott, Charles Thomas Monitoring Committee;
2003Thaler-Veh, Heidi
See the photo of: Thaler-Veh, Heidi Monitoring Committee;
2003Tourres, Christian
See the photo of: Tourres, Christian Monitoring Committee;
2003Weiss, Klaus
See the photo of: Weiss, Klaus Monitoring Committee;
2001Hainer, Herbert
See the photo of: Hainer, Herbert Chief Executive Officer; salary: 1,5 million Eu?;
Le Monde
2001Stalker, Robin J
See the photo of: Stalker, Robin J Chief Financial Officer;
2000Louis-Dreyfus, Robert
See the photo of: Louis-Dreyfus, Robert Chief Executive Officer;
2000Stamminger, Erich
See the photo of: Stamminger, Erich Executive committee;
1998Ihle, Manfred
See the photo of: Ihle, Manfred Executive committee;
1997Bennett, Glenn
See the photo of: Bennett, Glenn Executive committee;
1994Perraudin, Michel
See the photo of: Perraudin, Michel Executive committee;
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
2008
-11
Internal restructuring: ILO violation 87, 98 : The Employees of Paxar Corp., which manufacture labels and logos for several major brands including Nike, Adidas and Puma, have been dismissed for trying to form a union.: Turkey
Labour behing the label
2007
Top Shoes Co. Ltd, has closed its plant in Dongguan on 20 December 2007 and abolished in 4000 work because of the decline of the dollar / yuan, the new law strengthening the rights of Chinese workers or availability of hand cheaper labor within China. Top Shoes manufactured for Adidas and Reebok.: China
Labour behing the label
2006
13000
2006
ILO violation 87,98 : At PT Daejoo Leports subcontractor's plant in KBN export processing zone, Marunda Branch, North Jakarta: Workers who had formed a union to try to negotiate improvements to poor conditions through collective bargaining negotiations were harassed and intimidated. Daejoo Leports then closed the factory and moved the production to China.: Indonesia
Oxfam
2006
ILO violation 87,98 : In a PT Panarub subscontractor's factory in Tangerang: widespread labour violations at Panarub, including systematic discrimination against members of one of the two unions in the factory. Late in 2005, 33 members of one of the unions, including most of the union?s leaders, were fired for activities linked to their participation in a strike.: Indonesia
Oxfam
2005
minimum wage/day: 25 US$; Turkey
Livre
2005
minimum wage/day: 10 US$; Thailand
Livre
2005
minimum wage/day: 6 US$; China
Livre
2005
minimum wage/day: 5 US$; India
Livre
2005
minimum wage/day: 5 US$; Sri Lanka
Livre
2005
minimum wage/day: 4 US$; Pakistan
Livre
2005
minimum wage/day: 2 US$; Indonesia
Livre
2005
-160
Relocation: France
AFP
2004 Journal Gazette
2002
14716
2002 Fair Labor Association
2002
minimum wage/day: 0,67 US$; Vietnam
Fair Labor Association
2002
ILO violation 100, 111 : ?During an independent external monitoring visit of a factory producing for adidas in Mexico, the factory management informed the monitors that pregnant women could not be hired by the factory, and that this practice was the factory?s official policy.?: Mexico
Fair Labor Association
2002
ILO violation 29, 105, 138 : young workers were working overtime illegally and that at least one child worker (14 years old) was employed at a supplier facility: Vietnam
Fair Labor Association
2000
ILO violation 29 87 98 : Travail forc? de prisonniers.: China
AFP
2000
minimum wage/day: 1 US$; ILO violation 138 : Child labor:
The Guardian
2000
employ?s enferm? dans l'usine:
The Guardian
1999
ILO violation 1 : Tainan factory: 79-85 hrs/week, Tuntex factory: 64-70 hrs/week, Nikomas Gemilang: 61 hrs/week: Indonesia
SUDWIND-Materialien
1999
ILO violation 29, 105 : Forced overtime: Indonesia
SUDWIND-Materialien
1999
ILO violation 87, 98 : No union: Indonesia
SUDWIND-Materialien
1999
ILO violation 100, 111 : Discrimination, by all three suppliers.: Indonesia
SUDWIND-Materialien
1999
minimum wage/day: 0,84 US$; ILO violation 26, 131 : poverty wage: Indonesia
SUDWIND-Materialien
1998
ILO violation 29 87 98 : Forced labor in prison camps: China
Laogai Research Foundation
1998
ILO violation 26, 29, 87, 98, 105 : Neither the minimum wage nor the legally prescribed overtime pay are being paid. Overtime is forced and exceeds the legally prescribed maximum number of hours. Union activities are hampered. Excessive sanctions / wages. Sexual harassment of female workers: Indonesia
1998
12036
1998
minimum wage/day: 3 US$; Bulgaria
Clean Clothes Campaign
1998
ILO violation 1, 26, 100, 111, 131 : At the Formosa/Evergreen factory in El Salvador, there are about 1000 women who work 60-70 hours per week for a monthly wage of US$133. Women becoming pregnant are dismissed. Unions are being suppressed.: El Salvador
Monitor
1997
ILO violation 29, 105 : Forced labor: Workers have to work seven days a week with forced overtime of up to seven hours a day - paid at the normal rate of pay.: China
Asian Monitor Resource Center
1997
minimum wage/day: 1,6 US$; China
Asian Monitor Resource Center

  • Subsidy

year  salesincome buybacksource
2008   0,64   billion Eu?Les Echos
2007   0,55   billion Eu?Les Echos
2006   10,080,48   billion Eu?
2005   6,640,38   billion Eu?
2005   0,5billion Eu?AGEFI
2004   6,480,31   billion Eu?
2003   6,270,26   billion Eu?
2002   6,520,23   billion Eu?
2001   6,110,21   billion Eu?
2000   5,830,18   billion Eu?
1999   5,350,33   billion Eu?
1998   5,940,24   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 12 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2000Prevent binding environmental regulations (environmental protection through economic growth, self-regulation and free trade) : WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) : : United Nations translateCorporate Europe Observatory
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 1 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2000slogan: Forever Sport.; ad
2000 ad
2000slogan: Adidas vous rend meilleur.;
1994slogan: Passion for sports.;


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