Human Rights for the Supply Chain

Conflict Minerals – Our Stance

Shindengen is committed to not supporting the free-flow trade of conflict minerals. Shindengen actively monitors its supply chain to ensure it, and its suppliers are not engaged in the conflict mineral trade, or other activities that conflict with the protection of human rights.

Shindengen Group’s initiative for conflict minerals

Conflict minerals are gold, tantalum, tin and tungsten mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and adjoining countries that are used to fund armed groups and rebel organizations which are involved in human rights problems and the destruction of the environment.
In the final rule of Article 1502 of the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act” (Dodd-Frank act), which was passed and announced on 22 August 2012 by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, it states that all public companies in the US must submit a report to the Securities and Exchange Commission certifying whether or not “conflict minerals” are contained in their products.
As Shindengen Electric Manufacturing is not a company that has to submit a report to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, there is no obligation to submit any such report about the usage of conflict minerals.
However, the Shindengen Group is taking a humanitarian stance, and actively making it clear as to whether or not conflict minerals are included in our products and working towards the elimination of conflict minerals.

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