Conflict Mineral Statement

Statron Policy on Conflict Minerals

Statron is committed to ensure the Health & Safety of people who come into contact with our products and business.

We require high social, environmental and human rights standards among our suppliers. Managing our obligations in relation to Conflict Minerals is a part of this corporate responsibility. 

Statron is committed to:

-Identifying which Statron products are impacted and targeting our efforts accordingly

-Working with our suppliers to ensure that any Conflict Minerals contained in the products and materials supplied to Statron originate from Conflict Free sources

-Contributing to conflict-free trade by encouraging our suppliers to use only  legitimate sources of Conflict Minerals


Our Statron Conflict Mineral Policy

In August 2012, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued its final rules regarding Conflict Minerals (known as ‘3TG’ – Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten and Gold) as defined in and required by section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the Act). As a result, many companies are now focusing on whether and to what extent their products contain Conflict Minerals and whether such Conflict Minerals come from the Democratic Republic of Congo and the adjoining countries named in the Act.