HEESUNG PMTech's principle is not to use any minerals produced from conflict areas. None of conflict minerals are used in the precious metal products produced by HEESUNG PMTech.
Conflict Minerals Regulation is part of economic sanctions aimed at eradicating social problems such as human rights abuses, exploitation of child labor and sexual assault in the Africa conflict zone (Democratic Republic of the Congo and 10 other countries). The four major minerals (3TG: Tin, Tungsten, Tantalum, and Gold) mined in these regions by developed countries designated as Conflict Minerals. Conflict Minerals are new regulations to restrain the use of conflict minerals by companies to prevent mining funds from flowing into rebel military funds.
Heesung PMTech actively participates in worldwide efforts to prohibit the use of conflict minerals with suppliers and customers, and complies with the law by applying international standards to regulate conflict minerals. In that regard, the purpose of the supply chain policy is to fulfill our social responsibility to protect the human rights of Democratic Republic of the Congo and neighboring countries.
In order to clearly identify the supply chain of various suppliers, we are implementing this policy by maintaining an effective and comprehensive management system based on Due Diligence Practices and strong due diligence system and complying with LPPM's Responsible Platinum/Palladium Guidance.
If you have any concerns over the Platinum/Palladium supply chain or any newly identified risk, please contact below person in charge of.