Self-assesment on conflict minerals

HR 4173, Section 1502, „Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act“, July 2010, “CONFLICT MINERALS”.

The law H.R. 4173, Section 1502, „Wall Street Reform und Consumer Protection Act“, signed in July 2010 imposes reporting requirements on publicly-traded companies manufacturing products that contain metals derived from minerals that originate in the Democratic Repuplic of Congo and adjoining countries.

These conflict materials include columbite-tantalite, cassiterite, gold, wolframite or their derivatives. Please be informed that Sentech B.V. as a non-publicly-traded company is not directly subject to this law.

To the best of Sentech’s present knowledge, we have no direct suppliers originating in the Democratic Republic of Congo or countries adjacent thereto, nor to the best of Sentech B.V. present knowledge do any of Sentech’s major suppliers source materials from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjoining countries.

We claim from our suppliers to deliver no components and/or materials which contain the specified substances. The substances of concern, namely ‘Conflict minerals’ (tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold/3TG) are listed.

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This statement was last amended on 4 February 2020.


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