Statement on Conflict Minerals Policy

Some metallic minerals have become a major source of wealth for armed rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa, trading arms, perpetuating bloody conflicts between them and the government, and ravaging local civilians, thus causing international controversy. DANYANG WINPOWER WIRE & CABLE MFG CO.,LTD. as a global citizen, although we do not import cassiterite from the Congo or neighboring countries, we can ensure that our internal personnel are aware of "conflict minerals" in the United States and do not accept the use of metals from conflict mines, and we also require our suppliers to

1. must fulfill their social and environmental responsibilities.

2. ensure that products do not use "conflict minerals" from the DRC and surrounding countries and regions.

3. trace the source of gold (Au), tantalum (Ta), tin (Sn) and tungsten (W) contained in wire products.

4. communicate this requirement to your upstream suppliers.

Conflict minerals: These are minerals from conflict mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo, such as columbite-tantalite, cassiterite, wolframite and gold. These minerals are refined into tantalum (Ta), tin (Sn), tungsten (W) (referred to as the three T minerals) and gold (Au), which are used in electronics and other products, respectively.



Post time: Jul-31-2023