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Conflict Minerals

What are conflict minerals?
In some African countries(Republic of the Congo and the nine countries) the proceeds from the trade of conflict mineral can benefit armed groups responsible for perpetrating violence and human rights abuses.
The SEC(Security and Exchange Commission) rules define conflict minerals as 3TG metals, wherever extracted. Conflict Minerals(collectively 3TG) - Tin(Sn), Tungsten(W), Tantalum(Ta) and Gold(Au)
Conflict free smelter and refiner certification is an important part to meet our customer's requirements to comply with United States law requiring publicly traded companies to disclose information on the use of "conflict minerals' in their products.

Conflict minerals policy

MOTREX is sympathetic to the social significance of limiting the use of conflict minerals.

We doesn’t desire to eliminate all minerals sourced from the DRC and its adjoining countries.

Conflict minerals policy

  • 01Comply with Conflict minerals policy

    Maintain a conflict minerals policy and reliable systems to assure that the 3TG in the products, parts, components and materials manufactured for, or supplied to, any products don't directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups that perpetrators of serious human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or an adjoining country.

  • 02Smelter information

    Source 3TG from smelters/refiners found conform to the RMAP assessment protocols. Further details of the RMAP can be found below internet address. If any changes to conflict minerals declaration, smelter/refiners or country of origin information shall be updated immediately, including attaching the evidence of smelters/refiners used.
    - responsible-minerals-assurance-process/

  • 03Conducting regular audits

    We expect our valued partners to engage in due diligence to analyze their sources and to complete the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template. The CMRT document have to maintained in the latest version.

※ Background - 2010 United States legislation,
Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Section 1502