acam messelectronic gmbh (“ACAM”) is committed to comply with Section 1502 of the United States Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, also known as the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act. The act addresses the use of minerals such as
Gold (Au), Tantalum (Ta), Tungsten (W) and Tin (Sn)
in manufacturing, that have been associated with financing regional violence and civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (“DRC“) and adjacent countries (“Conflict Region”) and thus commonly described as “Conflict Minerals”.
As a vendor of integrated circuits, ACAM promotes traceability of Conflict materials and transparency of our supply chain. We are committed to ensuring conflict free sourcing of formerly mentioned metals from our supply chain through close collaboration with our suppliers. Our efforts related to Conflict Minerals are aligned to the work of the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition® (EICC®) and the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSi). More information may be viewed at www.eicc.info and the associated conflict-free sourcing initiative www.conflictfreesmelter.org.
Conflict Minerals Policy Statement of ACAM
ACAM will continue to review and update the information provided regarding this topic accordingly as an ongoing process. Latest information will be provided on this webpage. For inquiries regarding conflict minerals policy of ACAM please send your request to sales-europe[at]ams.com.
||Update of the Conflict Minerals Policy for PS021FN on website.
||Update of the Conflict Minerals Policy Statement for PS021 - GP2 on website.
||Update of the Conflict Minerals Policy Statement for PCap01 / PCap02 on website.
||Update of the Conflict Minerals Policy Statement on website.
Posting of EICC Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates on product's level.
||Update of Conflict Minerals Policy Statement on website.
Ongoing review of suppliers and requests to fill out EICC Conflict Minerals Reporting Template.
|before Oct 2013
||Soliciting information about Conflict Minerals from suppliers.