Whereas Flytech bears its corporate social responsibility, respects the human rights, fulfills its promise on environmental protection, Flytech pays close attention to conflict minerals issues continuously, makes efforts to examine its supply chain with diligence via a standardized information collection manner of requesting all the suppliers to fill out Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) and Cobalt Reporting Template (CRT) (collectively referred to as “Reporting”) developed by the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) to assure the sources of metals, including tin (Sn), tantalum (Ta), tungsten (W), gold (Au), and cobalt (Co), are not conflict minerals drifted from the mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and its neighboring countries controlled by armed groups (hereinafter referred as "Conflict Regions"). It is also Flytech’s objective to support continued use of conflict-free minerals from the DRC and its neighboring countries so responsible mining is not diminished. Flytech works together with its suppliers through such responsible procurement.
Flytech hereby formulated this Conflict Minerals Policy and makes following commitments:
- Not to purchase conflict minerals from the mines in the Conflict Regions.
- Request its suppliers to refuse to purchase and refuse to use conflict minerals from the Conflict Regions and present the Reporting to Flytech.
- Request its suppliers to inform Flytech of any use of conflict minerals right away, and propose plans to abolish their use.
- Request its suppliers to notify their upstream suppliers of such requirements.