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Finest PCB does not use conflict minerals

Finest PCB does not use conflict minerals
Finest PCB strives to eliminate “conflict minerals” (CM) and continues to take action to ensure that the metals used or contained in the products are not from conflict areas of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and countries covered by conflict, such as Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania, Kenya, etc. In order to achieve the conflict-free mine supply chain goal, Finest PCB will:
1.Perform due diligence;
2.Require all suppliers to issue corresponding conflict mineral policies;
3.Require all suppliers to perform due diligence, provide necessary conflict minerals related statements, and complete the EICC-GeSI Conflict Minerals Report.
If we determine that the suppliers providing the materials directly or indirectly finances the Congo or its neighboring countries, Finest PCB will terminate the business with them within any scope.

Based on corporate social responsibility and environmental protection andrespect for international human rights, we do not support or use the so-called conflict minerals”, and continue to pay attention to this issue, while publishing a statement not using conflict minerals and a detailed understanding of our supply chain to ensure that Tantalum Metal sources such as (Ta), tin Tin (Sn), gold Gold (Au), tungsten Tungsten (W), cobalt (Co), palladium (Pd),   etc. are not mined by mining areas in the conflict zone of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, we and we Supplier partners and do their utmost to avoid the use of these “conflict minerals” with a view to improving the impact of mineral issues.