ADA (Australian Defence Apparel) set to unveil future-ready apparel systems for the modern warfighter at this year’s Land Forces Expo.
Australian Defence Apparel has released its first Modern Slavery Statement detailing how it will work to further embed ethical working standards across the business, helping to protect and support the right for all individuals to live and work freely.
The achievement of ISO27001 certification will make ADA (Australian Defence Apparel) the first clothing manufacturing company in Australia to be awarded the highest level of security standards for information security management.
Local & Ethical Reusable Face Masks for the Victorian Government To Beat Coronavirus.
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20 years ago, ADA joined Ethical Clothing Australia on their mission to protect the rights of Australian garment workers.
ADA was the first company to apply for accreditation and remains accredited to this day.
We are navigating through the implementation of measures that will ensure we balance the safety and wellbeing of our staff and their families, whilst also guaranteeing the uninterrupted supply of essential uniform and equipment items to vital frontline personnel within our Healthcare and other crucial first responder and utility sectors.
In March 2020, LEGEAR, a division of Australian Defence Apparel Pty Ltd will be opening doors to its multi brand tactical gear store in Auckland.
In an in-depth interview ADA's CEO Chris Dixon spoke with Australian Defence Magazine about the company's rich history.
ADA's CEO Chris Dixon spoke with Ethical Clothing Australia about ADA’s state of the art manufacturing facility in Bendigo.