Fox Sports has confirmed it has received a report claiming ABLS, a clothing manufacturer based in the UK, is the biggest clothing distributor in the world.
The report comes as Australian police are investigating ABLS for alleged offences, including money laundering.
ABLS manufactures carding fabric which is used in clothing, carding gloves, and bagging clothing.
It is also the manufacturer of ABLS gloves, which are used in hospital gowns and other garments.
“We have been in regular contact with the police and will cooperate fully with their investigation,” ABLS told Fox Sports in a statement.
ABLS did not respond to requests for comment. “
The ABLS brand is a great example of the global success of ABSL and is a strong brand in Australia and around the world.”
ABLS did not respond to requests for comment.
The ABL report claims ABLS has been supplying clothing manufacturers with cash, drugs, and cash in return for business.
It also alleges ABLS supplied “liquids, raw materials, and other products” to the drug and weapons trade.ABLS is believed to have supplied $6.5 million in cash and goods to Australia’s largest drugs and weapons exporter, Australian Customs, and the Sydney Morning Herald reported the report.ABC/Reuters/ABC NewsTopics:drug-offences,crime,law-crime-and-justice,police,drug-use,drugs-and/or-substance-abuse,federal—state-issues,drug,law—state,police-act,police—first-responders,sydney-2000,sydney-first-tierFirst posted June 25, 2020 16:38:32Contact the writer at [email protected]