Conflict Minerals Policy

“Conflict Minerals” refers to minerals or other derivatives mined including Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten, and Gold (“3TG”) of which revenues may be directly or indirectly financing armed groups engaged in civil war resulting in serious social and environmental abuses in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (“DRC”) and in the adjoining countries. In July 2010, the United States enacted the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Bill and Consumer Protection Act § 1502(b) (the “Conflict Minerals Law"), which requires all US stock listed companies and their suppliers to disclose information concerning chain of custody and usage of conflict minerals.

It is AnteTec’s policy to comply with any applicable obligations under the Conflict Minerals Law and the regulations and generally support the objectives of this law, as amended from time to time, relating to Conflict Minerals.

AnteTec commits to be responsible and respect human rights in our own operations and in our supply chain to avoid using Conflict Minerals. 
•  AnteTec expects our suppliers to source materials from socially responsible suppliers.
•  AnteTec expects its suppliers to comply with the Conflict Minerals Law.
•  Suppliers that are non-compliant to the requirements we referred shall be reviewed by AnteTec for future business.

This Conflict Minerals Policy encourages businesses to respect, protect and remedy human rights throughout the world.