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Kolbe & Kolbe reserves the right to make product changes without notice and, although we try to update this site to reflect product changes, it is the responsibility of the customer to review all product specifications before ordering. Kolbe & Kolbe does not warrant the accuracy of information on this website. Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Co., Inc. does not accept responsibility for any loss, whether consequential or otherwise, from errors or omissions, and reserves the right to change the contents of this website without prior notification. Check with your local Kolbe dealer or Kolbe Gallery about current product features, options and availability. Some items shown or described are options available at extra cost.
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California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010
Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Co., Inc. ("Kolbe") supports the intent and goals of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (the "Act") which aims to deter slavery and human trafficking from consumer product supply chains. Kolbe remains committed to utilizing suppliers which conduct business in an ethical manner and abide by all applicable state and federal laws.
Kolbe utilizes suppliers which are predominantly located in the United States, thereby significantly decreasing the risk of human trafficking or slavery in its supply chains. While Kolbe does not audit or require certification from its suppliers, specifically as it relates to human trafficking or forced labor, it does require its top suppliers to verify the extent to which they evaluate their own supply chains consistent with the goals of the Act. This verification process is administered by Kolbe and not by a third party. Further, and as stated in its Terms & Conditions of Purchase, Kolbe reserves the right to terminate any supplier relationship where the supplier does not conform to Kolbe’s business and moral standards or comply with applicable laws, including those related to the Act. Kolbe’s purchasing team is offered training opportunities with respect to the proper management of supply chains.