Conflict Minerals Policy

Taitien guarantees that all of the parts, components, materials and products supplied by our company and/or our affiliates comply with the “Conflict Minerals Policy”. As a good corporate citizen, we shall bear the social responsibility, respect the human rights, pay attention to conflict minerals issues continuously, and make efforts to examine our supply chain with diligence to assure the metals sources of, including but not limited to, tin (Sn), tantalum (Ta), tungsten (W), gold (Au), cobalt (Co), and palladium (Pd) (hereinafter referred as “Conflict Minerals”) are not drifted from the mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and its neighboring countries (hereinafter referred as “Conflict Regions”) controlled by armed groups. We hereby makes following commitments:


Not to purchase Conflict Minerals from mines in the Conflict Regions.


Request Taitien’s suppliers to refuse to use Conflict Minerals from the Conflict Regions and present a signed letter of commitment to Taitien.


Request Taitien’s suppliers to notify their upstream suppliers of such requirements.