In this report we cover the PUMA Group. We have provided separate reports for PUMA SE and the PUMA Group within the Governance and our People sections only. Our materiality analysis and Environmental Profit and Loss (EP&L) clearly indicate that a major aspect of our impact originates in the manufacturing of materials and components, not in the assembly of finished goods. We collect data from our core suppliers of components and materials. Our materials data so far excludes the materials used by stichd (mainly socks and bodywear) and for Cobra Golf equipment, as these companies run their own sourcing. For social compliance data, stichd and Cobra Golf factories are included.


To ensure a high level of transparency and promote the sharing of environmental and social data with our industry peers, we have chosen to use external databases, most of which are publicly accessible:

  • The Open Supply Hub, an open-source map and database of global apparel facilities
  • The Fair Factories Clearinghouse for sharing social audit data with other brands
  • The wastewater platform from the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals Foundation (ZDHC) for sharing supplier data on wastewater testing (ClearStream reports)

Also, we use our own sustainability data collection tool to record social and environmental performance data from PUMA-owned and operated sites and from the core suppliers that manufacture our products.