Emolice LTD is a privately held company. As a product distributor, reseller and cable & product assembly service provider, Emolice LTD does not directly procure tin, tungsten, tantalum or gold. We are therefore not required to report to the US Securities and Exchange Commission and are not subject to US requirements (including those in the Dodd-Frank Act) or EU Conflict Minerals Regulation.
However, as a responsible supplier Emolice LTD closely follows all relevant regulatory obligations and takes measures to ensure that our supply chain is free of Conflict Minerals that are directly or indirectly financing or benefitting armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or an adjoining country.
In support of our customers who are manufacturers and public companies, we have below provided a list of all of our key suppliers with links to their Conflict Minerals Policies/Statements, this list is updated regularly.
|Supplier Name||Link to Conflict Minerals Policies / Statement||Last Checked|
|Arrow Electronics||Arrow Conflict Minerals Sep 2019.pdf||30 June 2021|
|Cablecraft||Cablecraft_Conflict_Minerals.pdf||30 June 2021|
|CPC||CPC-CONFLICT_MINERALS_STATEMENT.pdf (cpcworldwide.com)||30 June 2021|
|Digikey||Environmental Initiatives | DigiKey||30 June 2021|
|Distrelec||9266392989726.pdf (distrelec.de)||30 June 2021|
|Easby Electronics||Microsoft Word – QPD81 Conflict Minerals Policy Statement 2019.docx (easby.com)||30 June 2021|
|Farnell||Farnell element14 statement on Conflict Minerals | element14 | Europe Conflict Minerals||30 June 2021|
|Lapp||Scanned Document (lapptannehill.com)||30 June 2021|
|Rapid Electronics||drc-statement.pdf (rapidonline.com)||30 June 2021|
|Rs Components||RS-compliance-brochure.pdf (electrocomponents.com)||30 June 2021|
|TR Electronics||TR-E-KE-GB-0023 v03.pdf||30 June 2021|