The deputy manager of the factory where nine garment workers were killed last night has told ITV News that six British high street brands used Aswad Composite Mills.
Molla Boadnuzzamah listed Next, Primark, George, Gap, H&M, and Morrisons as customers who were using the factory. Other workers we spoke to independently also gave the names, aside from Morrisons.
ITV news has also photographed documents and files still in the factory showing some of the names including George, H&M, Gap and Primark.
ITV News has contacted all of the companies concerned and are waiting for them to respond.
H&M however confirmed that they have an indirect relationship with the factory.
As British companies reluctantly admitted they were linked to the latest factory fire in Bangladesh yesterday, a wider problem was revealed.
ITV News has revealed how six British brands were indirectly linked to a factory in Bangladesh that burned down, killing nine people.
The deputy manager of the factory where nine garment workers were killed said six British high street brands used Aswad Composite Mills.