Conflict Minerals Compliance

P-TWO INDUSTRIES INC. - Conflict Minerals Commitment
Conflict Minerals refers to tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold and other minerals obtained by local rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighboring countries in Central Africa through forced labor, abuse of child labor and other illegal means, and sells them in exchange for weapons, causing regional unrest. Tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold are necessary materials for the functional operation of electronic products. In order to meet the social responsibility of human rights protection and environmental protection, P-TWO INDUSTRIES INC. has formulated a conflict-free mineral procurement policy, promising not to use, and requiring suppliers to gradually purchase minerals from qualified smelters to meet the company's conflict-free supply chain and customer requirements. 

P-TWO INDUSTRIES INC.- Conflict Minerals Procurement Management Policy
The extraction and sale of "conflict minerals*" from the Democratic Republic of Congo is sometimes controlled by armed groups to finance conflict in the country and adjacent regions, and our industry's supply chain may inadvertently acquire metals derived from conflict minerals , such as gold, tin, tantalum, tungsten and cobalt. P-TWO is committed to non-conflict procurement in the supply chain, and only uses "conflict-free minerals" from reliable sources. We expect our suppliers to source from a conflict-free smelter or smelter that has been verified through an independent third-party audit program. At the same time, we also support measures to continue to use conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjacent regions, so as not to affect or reduce the "responsible mining operations (*)" in the region. P-TWO INDUSTRIES INC.  follows the " Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas " formulated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and conducts due diligence on suppliers to establish conflict minerals management mechanism.

Suppliers of P-TWO INDUSTRIES INC. must comply with the following policies:
•a. Comply with regional and international regulations on conflict minerals
•b. following industry standards on purchasing and reporting conflict minerals 
•c. Suppliers need to provide the "Not Using Conflict Minerals Commitment" and "Conflict Minerals Survey Form (CFSI_CMRT) for investigation and signature.
*Responsible mining operations refer to mining operations that are socially and environmentally responsible.
* P-TWO INDUSTRIES INC. refers to P-TWO Group and all its affiliates.