No conflict minerals statement

Date:2020-09-27 Categories:No conflict minerals statement Hits:437 From:


The company does not support or not use metals from armed conflicts, illegal mining and poor working environments, so-called "conflict minerals". These areas include internationally recognized countries that share borders with the Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo, Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Angola, Central African Republic, etc.). Note: The conflict-free refinery assessment project is also List Kenya as a neighboring country.
 
Conflict minerals Reference standards and regulations
Tantalum (Ta)  
Electronic Industry Code of Conduct

Global e-Sustainability Initiative

Dodd-Frank Protection Act
Tin (Sn)
Gold (Au)
Tungsten(W)

 In the management of conflict minerals, the company will fulfill its corporate social responsibility and strictly abide by international conventions. In the process of supply chain management, it will be committed to the regular transmission, investigation, collection and management of conflict minerals information in the supply chain. At the same time, it will strengthen supplier management and formulate Relevant management systems and regulations effectively identify and trace the source of raw materials to ensure the legitimacy of the source of raw materials, to prevent the use of conflict minerals, and to prevent the use of Gongjin Group’s products from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and its surrounding countries from being controlled by radical organizations Conflict metals in the minerals
 
Shenzhen MTN Electronics Co., Ltd. 

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