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Conflictminerals

Directive on conflict minerals

foreword

As a medium-sized company, we offer electrotechnical product solutions that ensure the sustainable success of our customers.

In accordance with the company policy of our company, we place the highest value on
social and environmental aspects such as the protection of human rights, the fight against corruption and environmental protection. In order to promote sustainability within our supply chain, we use standardized procedures that
Requirements for our suppliers and a corresponding code of conduct 
include.

Conflict minerals

The Dodd Frank Act was enacted to avoid financing armed groups through the extraction and trading of raw materials in Congo. It imposes extensive reporting and disclosure obligations on US listed companies when using the conflict minerals tin, tantalum, gold and tungsten.

Elektrotechnik Janssen GmbH is not required to comply with the conflict minerals requirements of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act. However, we recognize the SEC regulations and therefore require annual CMRT reports from our suppliers to ensure the highest possible transparency of our supply chain.

Explanation

Elektrotechnik Janssen GmbH does not intend to purchase any material containing conflict minerals which serve to finance armed groups in the DRC. In order to understand where the raw materials for the electronic components required by us are obtained, we try to determine the source and origin of the 3TG through regular supplier surveys using CMRT information forms. We contact our direct suppliers for a high transparency regarding the components delivered to us.