ShenZhen Haohaichang Industrial Co.,Ltd.
ShenZhen Haohaichang Industrial Co.,Ltd.

HHC on conflict free metal procurement policy statement

Summary of conflict Minerals

The mining of rare metals such as coltan (Ta), cassite (Sn), gold (Au) and black tungsten (W) in the Congo and its neighbouring countries and regions has caused serious human rights and peace problems. Much of the mining activity in these areas is linked to (funded by) armed groups in conflict, leading to chronic instability in the region.


Conflict minerals

Coltan, cassiterite, gold, black tungsten and their derivatives

Any mineral and its derivatives that have been identified by the United States Secretary of State as causing financial conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or adjoining countries or territories.

Neighboring countries: The countries internationally recognized to share borders with the Democratic Republic of the Congo are Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania, South Sudan, Zambia, Angola, and the Central African Republic.


Company policy

The company actively responds to the policy of prohibiting the use of conflict minerals in order to fulfill its corresponding social responsibilities. We have disclosed the relevant outline and policy in the "Conflict Minerals Management" published in the news section of our website, and committed to not supporting and not using conflict metals produced in conflict areas and not certified by third parties. We communicate the requirements of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to our suppliers and require them to comply with conflict-free metals regulations, We also conduct investigations on suppliers of tantalum, tin, gold, tungsten and cobalt in our products to ensure that these metals come from qualified smelters.


None of the raw materials used by the Company involve conflict minerals or come from smelters on third-party certification lists such as RMI.


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