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Form SD

 

 

UNITED STATES

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Washington, D.C.  20549   

 

 

 

Form SD  

 

Specialized Disclosure Report

 

DISH Network Corporation

(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nevada

 

001-39144

 

88-0336997

(State or Other Jurisdiction of Incorporation or Organization)

 

(Commission File Number)

 

(I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)

 

 

 

 

9601 SOUTH MERIDIAN BLVD.
ENGLEWOOD, COLORADO

 

 

80112

(Address of Principal Executive Offices)

 

(Zip Code)

 

Timothy A. Messner

Executive Vice President and General Counsel

(303) 723-1000

(Name and telephone number, including area code, of person to contact in connection with this report)

 

DISH DBS Corporation

(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Colorado

 

333-31929

 

84-1328967

(State or Other Jurisdiction of Incorporation or Organization)

 

(Commission File Number)

 

(I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)

 

 

 

 

9601 SOUTH MERIDIAN BLVD.
ENGLEWOOD, COLORADO

 

 

80112

(Address of Principal Executive Offices)

 

(Zip Code)

 

Timothy A. Messner

Executive Vice President and General Counsel

(303) 723-1000

(Name and telephone number, including area code, of person to contact in connection with this report)

 

 

 

Check the appropriate box to indicate the rule pursuant to which this form is being filed, and provide the period to which the information in this form applies:

 

                       Rule 13p-1 under the Securities Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.13p-1) for the reporting period from January 1 to December 31, 2019.  

 

 

 

EXPLANATORY NOTE

 

DISH Network Corporation (“DISH”) and its subsidiary, DISH DBS Corporation (“DBS”), each has prepared this Specialized Disclosure Report on Form SD (“Form SD”) pursuant to Rule 13p-1 (the “Rule”) promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”), for the reporting period of January 1 to December 31, 2019. Unless the context indicates otherwise, any reference in this Form SD to the “Company,” “we,” “us” and “our” refer to DISH, DBS and their respective subsidiaries through December 31, 2019. Each of DISH and DBS is filing this Form SD and the attached Conflict Minerals Report separately and on its own behalf.

 

SECTION 1—CONFLICT MINERALS DISCLOSURE

 

ITEM 1.01.  Conflict Minerals Disclosure and Report

 

Introduction

 

The Rule requires disclosure of certain information when a registrant manufactures, or contracts to manufacture, products whose manufacture was completed during the reporting period that contain certain minerals that are necessary to the functionality or production of such products (the “Covered Products”).  The specified minerals are gold, columbite-tantalite (coltan), cassiterite and wolframite, including their derivatives, which are limited to tantalum, tin and tungsten (collectively, the “Conflict Minerals”).  For the Covered Products, the registrant must conduct in good faith a reasonable country of origin inquiry designed to determine whether any of the Conflict Minerals originated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or certain adjoining countries (each, a “Covered Country” and collectively, the “Covered Countries”).  If, based on such inquiry, a registrant knows or has reason to believe that any of the Conflict Minerals contained in its products originated or may have originated in a Covered Country and that such Conflict Minerals are not or may not be solely from recycled or scrap sources, the registrant must conduct due diligence with respect to the source and chain of custody of the Conflict Minerals to determine if they directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups in the Covered Countries.

 

Conclusion Based on Reasonable Country of Origin Inquiry

 

In accordance with the Rule, for the reporting period of January 1 to December 31, 2019, the Company:

 

·

Determined that the Company manufactured, or contracted to manufacture, Covered Products.

 

·

Conducted a good faith reasonable country of origin inquiry which was reasonably designed to determine whether any of the Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products originated in the Covered Countries and, if so, whether any of such Conflict Minerals may be from recycled or scrap sources.  Based on that inquiry, the Company has reason to believe that some of the Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products may have originated in one or more of the Covered Countries and that such Conflict Minerals may not be from recycled or scrap sources.

 

·

Conducted due diligence with respect to the source and chain of custody of such Conflict Minerals.

 

Based on the information obtained through our reasonable country of origin inquiry and our due diligence efforts, which significantly overlap, the Company has reasonably determined that countries of origin of the Conflict Minerals in the Covered Products, to the extent known, include the Covered Country of Zambia.

 

Conflict Minerals Disclosure

 

Based on the results of the procedures described above, the Company has filed this Form SD and the attached Conflict Minerals Report.  A copy of the Company’s Conflict Minerals Report is filed as Exhibit 1.01 to this Form SD, and is publicly available on the Company’s website at http://ir.dish.com/financial-information/sec-filings. Unless otherwise stated in this Form SD and the Conflict Minerals Report filed as Exhibit 1.01 hereto, any documents, third-party materials or references to websites, including the Company’s, are not incorporated by reference in, or considered to be a part of, this Form SD and the attached Conflict Minerals Report.

 

Forward-Looking Statements

 

This Form SD and the attached Conflict Minerals Report contain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Exchange Act, including but not limited to statements about our estimates, expectations, plans, objectives, strategies, and financial condition,

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expected impact of regulatory developments and legal proceedings, opportunities in our industries and businesses and other trends and projections for the future.  All statements, other than statements of historical facts, may be forward-looking statements.  Forward-looking statements may also be identified by words such as “anticipate,” “intend,” “plan,” “goal,” “seek,” “believe,” “estimate,” “expect,” “predict,” “continue,” “future,” “will,” “would,” “could,” “can,” “may” and similar expressions that convey uncertainty of future events or outcomes and the negatives of those terms.  These forward-looking statements are based on information available to us as of the date of this Form SD and the attached Conflict Minerals Report and represent management’s current views and assumptions about future events.  Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance, actions, events or results and involve potential known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, many of which may be beyond our control and may pose a risk to our operating and financial condition.  Accordingly, actual performance, events or results could differ materially from those expressed or implied in the forward-looking statements due to a number of factors.  Important factors that could cause actual outcomes to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statement include those described in DISH’s and DBS’s respective reports, including DISH’s and DBS’s respective annual reports on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019, DISH’s and DBS’s respective quarterly reports on Form 10-Q and other documents that each of DISH and DBS files with or furnishes to the Securities and Exchange Commission from time to time. You should not put undue reliance on any forward-looking statements. Unless we are required to do so under U.S. federal securities laws or other applicable laws, we do not intend to update or revise any forward-looking statements. All cautionary statements made herein should be read as being applicable to all forward-looking statements wherever they appear. Investors should consider the risks and uncertainties described herein and should not place undue reliance on any forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof. We do not undertake, and specifically disclaim, any obligation to publicly release the results or any revisions that may be made to any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.

 

ITEM 1.02.  Exhibit

 

As specified in Section 2, Item 2.01 of this Form SD, the Company is hereby filing our Conflict Minerals Report as Exhibit 1.01 to this Form SD.

 

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SECTION 2—EXHIBITS

 

ITEM 2.01.  Exhibits

 

The following exhibit is filed as part of this Form SD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibit No.

 

Description

1.01

 

 

Conflict Minerals Report of DISH Network Corporation and DISH DBS Corporation for the reporting period January 1 to December 31, 2019.

 

 

 

SIGNATURES

 

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, each registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the duly authorized undersigned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISH NETWORK CORPORATION

 

DISH DBS CORPORATION

 

 

 

 

By:

/s/ Timothy A. Messner

 

 

Timothy A. Messner

May 29, 2020

 

Executive Vice President and General Counsel

 

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Exhibit 1.01 Form SD

Exhibit 1.01

 

DISH NETWORK CORPORATION

DISH DBS CORPORATION

 

Conflict Minerals Report

 

For the reporting period from January 1 to December 31, 2019

 

Introduction and Background

 

This Conflict Minerals Report (the “Report”) of DISH Network Corporation (“DISH”) and DISH DBS Corporation (“DBS” and, together with DISH and the respective subsidiaries of DISH and DBS through December 31, 2019, the “Company,” “we,” “our” and/or “us”) has been prepared pursuant to Rule 13p-1 (the “Rule”) promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, for the reporting period from January 1 to December 31, 2019.  The Rule requires disclosure of certain information when a company manufactures or contracts to manufacture products and the minerals specified in the Rule are necessary to the functionality or production of those products.  The specified minerals are gold, columbite-tantalite (coltan), cassiterite and wolframite, including their derivatives, which are limited to tantalum, tin and tungsten (collectively, the “Conflict Minerals”) that originated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (“DRC”) and certain adjoining countries (collectively with the DRC, the “Covered Countries”).

 

Pursuant to the Rule, the Company has concluded, in good faith, that during the reporting period from January 1 to December 31, 2019:

 

·

the Company manufactured, or contracted to manufacture, products whose manufacture was completed in calendar year 2019 as to which Conflict Minerals are necessary to the functionality or production of those products (our “Covered Products”); and

 

·

based on its good faith reasonable country of origin inquiry (“RCOI”) regarding the Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products, the Company had reason to believe that certain of the Conflict Minerals necessary to the functionality or production of our Covered Products may have originated in one or more of the Covered Countries and that such Conflict Minerals may not be from recycled or scrap sources. 

 

Therefore, the Company performed due diligence on the source and chain of custody of such Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products. The Company is filing this Report with its Specialized Disclosure Report on Form SD (the “Form SD”) to comply with the requirements of the Rule. This Report has not been subject to an independent private sector audit.

 

PART I. COMPANY OVERVIEW AND DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTS COVERED BY THIS REPORT

 

Description of Products

 

During the reporting period, we engaged in the provision of pay-tv services in the United States of America.  We operate through Pay-TV and Wireless segments. The Pay-TV segment is offered under the DISH® brand and Sling® brand.  This Report relates to our Covered Products under our Pay-TV business segment, which consist of digital set-top boxes and related components sold to international third-party providers of satellite pay-tv services and streaming media devices.   

 

Certain of our Covered Products were designed, developed, engineered, manufactured, assembled and/or distributed by us; however, we also outsourced a significant portion of these functions to third parties.  We worked with third-party vendors for the development and manufacture of components that are integrated into our Covered Products.  We developed dual sourcing capabilities for critical parts when practical and we evaluated outsourced subcontract vendors on a periodic basis.

 

PART II. DESIGN OF OUR DUE DILIGENCE MEASURES

 

We designed our due diligence measures based on the five-step framework laid out by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development in its OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas: Third Edition (2016), including the related supplements on gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten (collectively, the “OECD Guidance”).  Summarized below are the components of our due diligence measures as they relate to the five-step framework from the OECD Guidance.

 

Establish Strong Company Management Systems for Conflict Minerals Supply Chain Due Diligence

 

Designate Internal Corporate Team

 

The Company has an internal team, composed of senior members of the Company’s supply chain and procurement operations and the legal department, which evaluates the Company’s applicable supply chain processes and sourcing procedures and designs and supports the Company’s due diligence efforts.  The team meets periodically to develop and refine a due diligence process that:

 

·

is consistent with the OECD Guidance,

 

·

conforms to the requirements of the Rule, and

 

·

is appropriate given the structure and operations of the Company’s supply chain departments.

 

Each existing and new supplier and manufacturer (collectively referred to as “suppliers”) is assigned to a specific employee within the supply chain department who reports to a senior supply chain manager.  A senior supply chain manager disseminates all necessary information and documentation to each employee in the supply chain department responsible for interfacing directly with suppliers.

 

Commit to a Supply Chain Policy for Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas

 

The Company maintains a policy relating to Conflict Minerals (the “Policy”) stating that suppliers shall:

 

·

have a policy to reasonably assure that the Conflict Minerals in the products they manufacture for or supply to the Company do not directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups that are perpetrators of serious human rights abuses in the Covered Countries;

 

·

exercise due diligence on the source and chain of custody of these minerals and make their due diligence measures available to the Company upon the Company’s request; and

 

·

be prepared to assist the Company in meeting the Conflict Minerals reporting requirements under the Rule, as well as other national or international mineral reporting regimes that may arise in the future.

 

The Policy is incorporated into the Company’s supplier code of conduct, which is available to our suppliers on our websites.  All suppliers of the Company during the reporting period were obligated to comply with the supplier code of conduct.

 

Establish a System of Controls and Transparency over the Conflict Minerals Supply Chain

 

The Company employs a system of controls to promote transparency over our Conflict Minerals supply chain by utilizing the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (“Conflict Minerals Reporting Template”), which is a supply chain survey designed to facilitate the transfer of information through the supply chain to identify the smelters and refiners that process the necessary Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products.  The Conflict Minerals Reporting Template was developed by the Responsible Minerals Initiative (“RMI”), formerly the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, a Responsible Business Alliance and Global e-Sustainability Initiative. The Company maintains an automated database of the completed Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates submitted to the Company by our suppliers (the “Conflict Minerals Response Database”), which helps us process

and analyze the information provided by our suppliers. Once in the Conflict Minerals Response Database, all completed Conflict Mineral Reporting Templates received from suppliers are stored electronically in a central location accessible to authorized employees involved in the due diligence process and are retained in accordance with the Company’s document retention guidelines.

 

The Company is a member of the RMI, an organization committed to the responsible sourcing of Conflict Minerals that currently has over 350 participating companies and associations from around the world. As a member, the Company has access to a variety of tools and resources to better assess Conflict Minerals in our supply chain, including the Responsible Minerals Assurance Process (“RMAP”), formerly the Conflict-Free Smelter Program, an audit program designed to validate smelters’ and refiners’ sourcing practices.

 

Strengthen the Company’s Engagement with Suppliers

 

We inform our suppliers of our Policy, our due diligence consistent with OECD Guidance and our compliance with the Rule. Moreover, the Company requires that suppliers expressly support the supply chain due diligence process employed by the Company and detailed in its code of conduct.

 

Establish a Company-Level Grievance Mechanism

 

The Company maintains an open reporting system through which employees and third parties may report concerns about potential or actual violations of the Policy. Concerns may be reported anonymously or for attribution through several channels, including through an employee’s immediate manager or the Company’s legal department.

 

Identify and Assess the Risks in the Company’s Supply Chain

 

The Company does not purchase Conflict Minerals directly from mines, smelters or refiners and does not have a direct relationship with any mines, smelters or refiners.  The Company’s supply chain with respect to our Covered Products is complex, and there are many third parties in the supply chain between the ultimate manufacturer of our Covered Products and the original sources of the Conflict Minerals.  As a result, the Company designed its due diligence to conform to the requirements of the Rule and the OECD Guidance as applicable for downstream companies. Because the Company believes that the smelters and refiners of the Conflict Minerals are best situated to identify the sources of Conflict Minerals, the Company relies on its communications with suppliers to identify the applicable smelters and refiners of Conflict Minerals in the Company’s supply chain. In particular, the Company performs the following measures to identify Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products.

 

Identify Company Suppliers

 

The Company identifies our first-tier suppliers by generating reports from the Company’s applicable manufacturing and procurement systems of all manufacturers who made, and all vendors who supplied components or products, for our Covered Products.  For components delivered to the Company by distributors, the Company adds the distributors to the supplier list.  Senior managers in the supply chain organization review and finalize the supplier list (the “Supplier List”) to create a list that includes all relevant suppliers for purposes of the Rule.

 

Request Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates from Suppliers

 

The Company uses good faith efforts to identify from the Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates the smelters and refiners used by our suppliers on the Supplier List.  Annually, the Company sends a letter and the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template to the suppliers on the Supplier List.  The letter (i) reiterates the requirements of the Rule and its applicability to the Company, (ii) requests that each supplier complete the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template for all Covered Products supplied to the Company for the reporting period, and (iii) encourages suppliers to use smelters and refiners which appear on the RMAP’s Conformant Smelter List (as described below).  The Company contacts suppliers that do not respond to the Company’s request by a specified date and suppliers that submit incomplete or inaccurate requests for follow-on discussions and to request additional information, as applicable.

 

As set forth in the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template and the OECD Guidance, suppliers make representations or provide information regarding, among other things, (i) the country of origin for the Conflict Minerals contained in components or products provided by the supplier to the Company, (ii) whether such Conflict Minerals directly or indirectly finance armed conflict in the Covered Countries, (iii) all smelters and refiners in the supplier’s supply chain for such Conflict Minerals, (iv) whether such smelters and refiners have been validated in compliance with the RMAP, (v) whether such supplier uses the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template with its own suppliers to gather information, and (vi) whether the supplier has its owns conflict mineral policy that requires its direct suppliers to be conformant.

 

Analyze Surveys for RMAP Conformant and Active Smelters and Refiners

 

If correctly completed, each Conflict Minerals Reporting Template identifies the smelters and refiners within the applicable supplier’s supply chain. The Company reviews the information in the completed Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates against the RMAP’s Conformant Smelter List to determine whether the smelters or refiners associated with the applicable supplier qualify as “conformant” or “active”. We rely upon third party audits of smelters and refiners as part of the RMI’s RMAP, an audit program designed to validate smelters’ and refiners’ sourcing practices as described below. Smelters and refiners receive a “conformant” designation from RMI if (i) the audited smelter or refiner adheres to the RMAP’s assessment protocols by disclosing to independent auditors the identities and locations of the mines from which it sources Conflict Minerals and (ii) the independent auditor verifies separately that the smelter’s or refiner’s Conflict Minerals originated from conformant sources. The RMAP’s Conformant Smelter List includes the names, locations and links to conflict minerals policies of all smelters and refiners deemed “conformant” with the RMAP’s assessment protocols. Smelters and refiners labeled as “RMAP Active” have committed to undergo a RMAP audit but have not yet completed their audit or are participating in other cross-recognized certification programs. “RMAP Active” smelters and refiners may be at various stages of the audit cycle, anywhere from completion of the necessary documents to scheduling the audit date to enacting corrective actions in the post-audit phase, but may not retain their “active” status if they are unresponsive to requests for re-audit or corrective action past a certain time.

 

The Company also uses good faith efforts to identify the country of origin information from the smelters and refiners provided by our suppliers on the Supply List through the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template.

 

Design and Implement Strategies to Respond to Identified Risks

 

Participate in Existing Industry Conflict Minerals Initiatives

 

In light of the complexity of the Company’s and our suppliers’ supply chains, the Company is currently unable to assess adequately the risk that Conflict Minerals exist in our Covered Products or whether they finance armed conflict in the DRC. However, the Company continues to engage with suppliers to obtain current, accurate and complete information about our supply chains through the use of the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template and to promote “conformant” supply chains through our RMI membership.

 

Report Findings to Designated Senior Management

 

The members of the Company’s internal Conflicts Minerals team (consisting of senior members of the Company’s supply chain and procurement operations and the legal department) provide progress reports summarizing the findings from our due diligence efforts to the senior management of the Company. 

 

Independent Third-Party Audits of Smelters/Refiners

 

Due to its downstream position in the supply chain, the Company does not have a direct relationship with smelters and refiners. Further, the complexity of our supply chain and the many third parties involved between the ultimate manufacturer of our Covered Products and the original sources of the Conflict Minerals hinders the Company’s ability to perform direct audits of smelters and refiners in our supply chain.  Instead, we rely upon third party audits of smelters and refiners as part of the RMI’s RMAP, an audit program designed to validate smelters’ and refiners’ sourcing practices. The RMAP’s audit process is discussed above in more detail in “Identify and Assess the Risks in the Company’s Supply Chain.”

 

Additionally, through our RMI membership, we support the further development and implementation of due diligence practices and tools, such as the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template and the RMAP.

 

Report Annually on Supply Chain Due Diligence

 

The Company has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission its Form SD, which includes this Report as Exhibit 1.01, for the reporting period of January 1 to December 31, 2019. In accordance with the OECD Guidance and the Rule, this Report is available on our website at http://ir.dish.com/financial-information/sec-filings.

 

 

PART III. DESCRIPTION OF DUE DILIGENCE MEASURES PERFORMED;

RESULTS OF OUR DUE DILIGENCE MEASURES

 

Compilation and Analysis of Responses

 

For the reporting period of January 1 to December 31, 2019, the Company identified 22 relevant suppliers.  In the first quarter of 2020, the Company sent each such supplier on the Supplier List a letter requesting completion of the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template. The Company followed up with suppliers that did not respond to the Company’s request by the specified date or that submitted incomplete or inaccurate requests.

 

The Company received responses from 22, or 100%, of the solicited suppliers, including completed Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates from 22, or 100%, of the solicited suppliers. Through the use of the Conflict Minerals Response Database and access to the RMAP information, we were able to identify the smelters and refiners we believe were used to process the Conflict Minerals contained in our Covered Products as set forth in Annex 1 attached to this Report, as well as to identify which of those smelters and refiners were “RMAP Conformant” or “RMAP Active.”    After correction, review, and removal of duplicate or alternate names, and elimination of entities we determined were not actually smelters or refiners, and elimination of entities for which we were unable to determine if they were a relevant smelter or refiner, we identified 648 unique smelters.

 

Based on the information that was provided by the Company’s suppliers and information otherwise obtained by the Company during the due diligence process, the following table sets forth the number of “RMAP Conformant” and “RMAP Active” smelters and refiners in our supply chain as of the end of 2019 for each of the Conflict Minerals used in our Covered Products:

 

 

 

 

 

 

RMAP Conformant

 

RMAP Active

Conflict Mineral

Smelters or Refiners

 

Smelters or Refiners

Gold

106

 

1

Tantalum

40

 

1

Tin

77

 

3

Tungsten

43

 

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As discussed in “Part II. Design of Our Due Diligence Analysis” above, the Company relies on the completed Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates received from our suppliers as our main source of documentation supporting the representations made by such suppliers regarding the source and chain of custody of relevant Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products during the reporting period.  The smelters and refiners identified in Annex 1 to this Report were identified by our suppliers and the Company cannot be certain that these smelters and refiners were in fact in the Company’s supply chain.

 

Country of Origin of the Conflict Minerals in the Covered Products

 

Based on the information that was provided by the Company’s suppliers and information otherwise obtained by the Company during the due diligence process, the Company does not have sufficient information, with respect to our Covered Products, to determine the country of origin of all of the Conflict Minerals in all such Covered Products.  However, based on the information that has been obtained, to the extent reasonably determinable by the Company, with respect to the smelters and refineries

identified by the Company, such countries of origin are believed to include, the Covered Country of Zambia.  In addition, 83 smelters have an unknown country of origin for their minerals, and therefore it cannot be determined if those smelters sourced Conflict Minerals from the Covered Countries.

 

Facilities Used to Process the Conflict Minerals in the Covered Products

 

Based on the information that was provided by the Company’s suppliers and information otherwise obtained through the due diligence process, the Company was unable to identify with certainty all of the facilities used to process the Conflict Minerals in our Covered Products.  However, based on the information that was provided by the Company’s suppliers and information otherwise obtained through the due diligence process, to the extent reasonably determinable by the Company, the facilities that were used to process the Conflict Minerals contained in our Covered Products are believed to include the smelters and refiners listed in Annex 1 attached to this Report. The smelters and refiners that the Company has been able to determine as “RMAP Conformant” and “RMAP Active” are identified in Annex 1. However, as discussed above, the smelters and refiners identified in Annex 1 to this Report were identified by our suppliers and the Company cannot be certain that these smelters and refiners were in fact in the Company’s supply chain.

 

PART IV. IMPLEMENTATION OF STRATEGIES TO RESPOND TO IDENTIFIED RISKS AND FUTURE STEPS

 

Due diligence is an ongoing, proactive and reactive process. The Company plans to continue engaging with our suppliers to obtain current, accurate and complete information about the supply chain and to continue our due diligence efforts. Further, reporting on Conflict Minerals is a contractual requirement for our suppliers through our supplier code of conduct.  The Company has used our RMI membership to gain a better understanding of the smelters and refiners in our supply chain and their RMAP compliance status, and we intend to continue to take advantage of the resources available to RMI members with regard to conformant sourcing.

 

 

 

Annex 1

 

CURRENTLY KNOWN SMELTER AND REFINERY LIST

 

 

 

 

Metal

Smelter Name

Country of Smelter Facility

GOLD

8853 S.P.A.

ITALY*

GOLD

ABINGTON RELDAN METALS, LLC

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

ADVANCED CHEMICAL COMPANY

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

GOLD

AFRICAN GOLD REFINERY

UGANDA

GOLD

AIDA CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

AKTYUBINSK COPPER COMPANY TOO

KAZAKHSTAN

GOLD

AL ETIHAD GOLD REFINERY DMCC

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

GOLD

ALLGEMEINE GOLD-UND SILBERSCHEIDEANSTALT A.G.

GERMANY*

GOLD

ALMALYK MINING AND METALLURGICAL COMPLEX (AMMC)

UZBEKISTAN*

GOLD

ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI CORREGO DO SITIO MINERACAO

BRAZIL*

GOLD

ARGOR-HERAEUS S.A.

SWITZERLAND*

GOLD

ASAHI PRETEC CORP.

JAPAN*

GOLD

ASAHI REFINING CANADA LTD.

CANADA*

GOLD

ASAHI REFINING USA INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

GOLD

ASAKA RIKEN CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

ATASAY KUYUMCULUK SANAYI VE TICARET A.S.

TURKEY

GOLD

AU TRADERS AND REFINERS

SOUTH AFRICA*

GOLD

AURA-II

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

AURUBIS AG

GERMANY*

GOLD

BAIYIN NONFERROUS METALS CORPORATION (BNMC)

CHINA

GOLD

BANGALORE REFINERY

INDIA*

GOLD

BANGKO SENTRAL NG PILIPINAS (CENTRAL BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES)

PHILIPPINES*

GOLD

BAUER WALSER AG

GERMANY

GOLD

BOLIDEN AB

SWEDEN*

GOLD

C. HAFNER GMBH + CO. KG

GERMANY*

GOLD

C.I METALES PROCESADOS INDUSTRIALES SAS

COLOMBIA

GOLD

CARIDAD

MEXICO

GOLD

CCR REFINERY - GLENCORE CANADA CORPORATION

CANADA*

GOLD

CENDRES + METAUX S.A.

SWITZERLAND*

GOLD

CGR METALLOYS PVT LTD.

INDIA

GOLD

CHANGSANJIAO ELC. LTD

CHINA

GOLD

CHIMET S.P.A.

ITALY*

GOLD

CHINA GOLD INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES CORP. LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

CHINA NATIONAL GOLD GROUP CORPORATION

CHINA

GOLD

CHUGAI MINING

JAPAN*

GOLD

CODELCO

CHILE

GOLD

COLT REFINING

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

DAEJIN INDUS CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

DAERYONGENC

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

GOLD

DAYE NON-FERROUS METALS MINING LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

DEGUSSA SONNE / MOND GOLDHANDEL GMBH

GERMANY

GOLD

DIJLLAH GOLD REFINERY FZC

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

GOLD

DODUCO CONTACTS AND REFINING GMBH

GERMANY*

GOLD

DONGGUAN CAMEROONCHEMICAL MATERIALS CO., LTD

CHINA

GOLD

DONGGUAN CITY UP ANOTHER METAL COPPER PROCESSING PLANT

CHINA

GOLD

DONGGUAN STANDARD ELECTRONIC MATERIAL CO., LTD

CHINA

GOLD

DONGGUANSHI SUTANDE DIANZI CAILIAO YOUXIANGONGSI

CHINA

GOLD

DONG-WO CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

DOWA

JAPAN*

GOLD

DS PRETECH CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

DSC (DO SUNG CORPORATION)

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

ECO-SYSTEM RECYCLING CO., LTD. EAST PLANT

JAPAN*

GOLD

ECO-SYSTEM RECYCLING CO., LTD. NORTH PLANT

JAPAN*

GOLD

ECO-SYSTEM RECYCLING CO., LTD. WEST PLANT

JAPAN*

GOLD

ELEMETAL REFINING, LLC

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

EMIRATES GOLD DMCC

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES*

GOLD

FAGGI ENRICO S.P.A.

ITALY

GOLD

FEINHUTTE HALSBRUCKE GMBH

GERMANY

GOLD

FIDELITY PRINTERS AND REFINERS LTD.

ZIMBABWE

GOLD

FUJAIRAH GOLD FZC

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

GOLD

FUJIAN JINXIN TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

GCC GUJRAT GOLD CENTRE PVT. LTD.

INDIA

GOLD

GEIB REFINING CORPORATION

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

GOLD

GEJIU KAI MENG INDUSTRY AND TRADE LLC

CHINA

GOLD

GEJIU YUNXI GROUP CORP.

CHINA

GOLD

GOLD COAST REFINERY

GHANA

GOLD

GOLD REFINERY OF ZIJIN MINING GROUP CO., LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

GONG AN JU

CHINA

GOLD

GREAT WALL PRECIOUS METALS CO., LTD. OF CBPM

CHINA

GOLD

GUANG DONG JIN XIAN GAO XIN CAI LIAO GONG SI

CHINA

GOLD

GUANGDONG HONGJIN GOLD AND SILVER SMELTER

CHINA

GOLD

GUANGDONG HUA JIAN TRADE CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

GUANGDONG JINDING GOLD LIMITED

CHINA

GOLD

GUIXI SMELTER

CHINA

GOLD

GUODA SAFINA HIGH-TECH ENVIRONMENTAL REFINERY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

HANG SENG TECHNOLOGY

CHINA

GOLD

HANGZHOU FUCHUNJIANG SMELTING CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

HEIMERLE + MEULE GMBH

GERMANY*

GOLD

HENAN YUGUANG GOLD & LEAD CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

HERAEUS METALS HONG KONG LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

HERAEUS PRECIOUS METALS GMBH & CO. KG

GERMANY*

GOLD

HETAI GOLD MINERAL GUANGDONG CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

HOUSE OF CURRENCY OF BRAZIL (CASA DA MOEDA DO BRAZIL)

BRAZIL

GOLD

HUNAN CHENZHOU MINING CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

HUNAN GUIYANG YINXING NONFERROUS SMELTING CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

HWASEONG CJ CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

GOLD

INNER MONGOLIA QIANKUN GOLD AND SILVER REFINERY SHARE CO., LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

INOVAN GMBH & CO.KG

GERMANY

GOLD

INTERNATIONAL PRECIOUS METAL REFINERS

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

GOLD

ISHIFUKU METAL INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

ISLAND GOLD REFINERY

CHINA

GOLD

ISTANBUL GOLD REFINERY

TURKEY*

GOLD

ITALPREZIOSI

ITALY*

GOLD

JALAN & COMPANY

INDIA

GOLD

JAPAN MINT

JAPAN*

GOLD

JIANGXI COPPER CO., LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

JIN JINYIN REFINING CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

JINLONG COPPER CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

JSC EKATERINBURG NON-FERROUS METAL PROCESSING PLANT

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

GOLD

JSC URALELECTROMED

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

GOLD

JX NIPPON MINING & METALS CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

KALOTI PRECIOUS METALS

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

GOLD

KAZAKHMYS SMELTING LLC

KAZAKHSTAN

GOLD

KAZZINC

KAZAKHSTAN*

GOLD

KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER LLC

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

GOLD

KGHM POLSKA MIEDZ SPOLKA AKCYJNA

POLAND*

GOLD

KOJIMA CHEMICALS CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

KOREA METAL CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

GOLD

KOREA ZINC CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

KOSAK SEIREN

JAPAN

GOLD

KUNDAN CARE PRODUCTS LTD.

INDIA

GOLD

KYRGYZALTYN JSC

KYRGYZSTAN*

GOLD

KYSHTYM COPPER-ELECTROLYTIC PLANT ZAO

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

GOLD

L'AZURDE COMPANY FOR JEWELRY

SAUDI ARABIA

GOLD

LIBAOJIA

CHINA

GOLD

LINGBAO GOLD CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

LINGBAO JINYUAN TONGHUI REFINERY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

L'ORFEBRE S.A.

ANDORRA*

GOLD

LS-NIKKO COPPER INC.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

LT METAL LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

LUOYANG ZIJIN YINHUI GOLD REFINERY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

MARSAM METALS

BRAZIL*

GOLD

MATERION

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

GOLD

MATSUDA SANGYO CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

METAHUB INDUSTRIES SDN. BHD.

MALAYSIA

GOLD

METALOR TECHNOLOGIES (HONG KONG) LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

METALOR TECHNOLOGIES (SINGAPORE) PTE., LTD.

SINGAPORE*

GOLD

METALOR TECHNOLOGIES (SUZHOU) LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

METALOR TECHNOLOGIES S.A.

SWITZERLAND*

GOLD

METALOR USA REFINING CORPORATION

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

GOLD

METALURGICA MET-MEX PENOLES S.A. DE C.V.

MEXICO*

GOLD

MITSUBISHI MATERIALS CORPORATION

JAPAN*

GOLD

MITSUI MINING AND SMELTING CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

MMTC-PAMP INDIA PVT., LTD.

INDIA*

GOLD

MODELTECH SDN BHD

MALAYSIA

GOLD

MORRIS AND WATSON

NEW ZEALAND

GOLD

MORRIS AND WATSON GOLD COAST

AUSTRALIA

GOLD

MOSCOW SPECIAL ALLOYS PROCESSING PLANT

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

GOLD

NADIR METAL RAFINERI SAN. VE TIC. A.S.

TURKEY*

GOLD

NANCHUANGSHENGHUA NON-FERROUS MEATAL ALLOY FACTORY

CHINA

GOLD

NAVOI MINING AND METALLURGICAL COMBINAT

UZBEKISTAN

GOLD

NH RECYTECH COMPANY

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

GOLD

NIHON MATERIAL CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

NIHON SUPERIOR CO., LTD.

JAPAN

GOLD

NYRSTAR METALS

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

OGUSSA OSTERREICHISCHE GOLD- UND SILBER-SCHEIDEANSTALT GMBH

AUSTRIA*

GOLD

OHURA PRECIOUS METAL INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

OJSC "THE GULIDOV KRASNOYARSK NON-FERROUS METALS PLANT" (OJSC KRASTSVETMET)

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

GOLD

OJSC KOLYMA REFINERY

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

GOLD

OJSC NOVOSIBIRSK REFINERY

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

GOLD

PAMP S.A.

SWITZERLAND*

GOLD

PEASE & CURREN

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

PENGLAI PENGGANG GOLD INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

PLANTA RECUPERADORA DE METALES SPA

CHILE*

GOLD

PRECIOUS METALS SALES CORP.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

PRIOKSKY PLANT OF NON-FERROUS METALS

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

GOLD

PT ANEKA TAMBANG (PERSERO) TBK

INDONESIA*

GOLD

PX PRECINOX S.A.

SWITZERLAND*

GOLD

QG REFINING, LLC

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

RAND REFINERY (PTY) LTD.

SOUTH AFRICA*

GOLD

REFINERY OF SEEMINE GOLD CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

REMONDIS PMR B.V.

NETHERLANDS*

GOLD

REPUBLIC METALS CORPORATION

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT

CANADA*

GOLD

SAAMP

FRANCE*

GOLD

SABIN METAL CORP.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

SAFIMET S.P.A

ITALY*

GOLD

SAFINA A.S.

CZECH REPUBLIC* *

GOLD

SAI REFINERY

INDIA

GOLD

SAMDUCK PRECIOUS METALS

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

SAMHWA NON-FERRORUS METAL IND.CO.LTD

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

GOLD

SAMWON METALS CORP.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

GOLD

SAXONIA EDELMETALLE GMBH

GERMANY*

GOLD

SCHONE EDELMETAAL B.V.

NETHERLANDS

GOLD

SEMPSA JOYERIA PLATERIA S.A.

SPAIN*

GOLD

SHAN DONG HUANGJIN

CHINA

GOLD

SHAN TOU SHI YONG YUAN JIN SHU ZAI SHENG CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SHANDONG GUODA GOLD CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SHANDONG HENGBANG SMELTER CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SHANDONG HUMON SMELTING CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SHANDONG JUN MAI FU

CHINA

GOLD

SHANDONG TIANCHENG BIOLOGICAL GOLD INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SHANDONG ZHAOJIN GOLD & SILVER REFINERY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

SHENGNAN METAL PRODUCTS FACTORY

CHINA

GOLD

SHENZHEN HENG ZHONG INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SHENZHEN ZHONGHENGLONG REAL INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SHIRPUR GOLD REFINERY LTD.

INDIA

GOLD

SICHUAN TIANZE PRECIOUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

SINGWAY TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA*

GOLD

SINO-PLATINUM METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SO ACCURATE GROUP, INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

GOLD

SOE SHYOLKOVSKY FACTORY OF SECONDARY PRECIOUS METALS

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

GOLD

SOLAR APPLIED MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY CORP.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA*

GOLD

SOVEREIGN METALS

INDIA

GOLD

STATE RESEARCH INSTITUTE CENTER FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

LITHUANIA

GOLD

SUDAN GOLD REFINERY

SUDAN

GOLD

SUMITOMO METAL MINING CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

SUNGEEL HIMETAL CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

SUPER DRAGON TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

SUZHOU UNIVERSITY SPECIAL CHEMICAL REAGENT CO., LTD

CHINA

GOLD

T.C.A S.P.A

ITALY*

GOLD

TAICANG CITY NANCANG METAL MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

TAI'ZHOU CITY YANGTZE RIVER DELTA ELECTRON LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

TAIZHOU MAYOR TRIANGLE ELECTRONIC CO., LTD

CHINA

GOLD

TANAKA KIKINZOKU KOGYO K.K.

JAPAN*

GOLD

THE REFINERY OF SHANDONG GOLD MINING CO., LTD.

CHINA*

GOLD

TOKURIKI HONTEN CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

TONGDING METALLIC MATERIAL CO.LTD

CHINA

GOLD

TONGLING NONFERROUS METALS GROUP CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

TONY GOETZ NV

BELGIUM

GOLD

TOO TAU-KEN-ALTYN

KAZAKHSTAN

GOLD

TORECOM

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

GOLD

UMICORE BRASIL LTDA.

BRAZIL*

GOLD

UMICORE PRECIOUS METALS THAILAND

THAILAND*

GOLD

UMICORE S.A. BUSINESS UNIT PRECIOUS METALS REFINING

BELGIUM*

GOLD

UNIFORCE METAL INDUSTRIAL CORP.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA

GOLD

UNITED PRECIOUS METAL REFINING, INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

GOLD

UNIVERSAL PRECIOUS METALS REFINING ZAMBIA

ZAMBIA

GOLD

VALCAMBI S.A.

SWITZERLAND*

GOLD

VIAGRA DI PRECIOUS METALS (ZHAOYUAN) CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

WAM TECHNOLOGIES TAIWAN CO., LTD.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA

GOLD

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINT (T/A THE PERTH MINT)

AUSTRALIA*

GOLD

WIELAND EDELMETALLE GMBH

GERMANY*

GOLD

WUXI CITY PRECIOUS METAL ELECTRONIC MATERIAL FTY

CHINA

GOLD

WUXI YUNXI SANYE SOLDER FACTORY

CHINA

GOLD

WUZHONG GROUP

CHINA

GOLD

YAMAKIN CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

YANTAI ZHAOJIN LIFU PRECIOUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

YOKOHAMA METAL CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

GOLD

YUH-CHENG MATERIAL CORPORATION

CHINA

GOLD

YUNNAN COPPER INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

ZHE JIANG GUANG YUAN NOBLE METAL SMELTING FACTORY

CHINA

GOLD

ZHONGKUANG GOLD INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

ZHONGSHAN POISON MATERIAL PROPRIETARY CO., LTD.

CHINA

GOLD

ZHONGYUAN GOLD SMELTER OF ZHONGJIN GOLD CORPORATION

CHINA*

GOLD

ZHUHAI TOXIC MATERIALS MONOPOLY LTD.

CHINA

TANTALUM

ANHUI HERRMAN IMPEX CO.

CHINA

TANTALUM

ASAKA RIKEN CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

TANTALUM

CHANGSHA SOUTH TANTALUM NIOBIUM CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

CP METALS INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA* *

TANTALUM

D BLOCK METALS, LLC

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TANTALUM

DUOLUOSHAN

CHINA

TANTALUM

E.S.R. ELECTRONICS

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

TANTALUM

EXOTECH INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TANTALUM

F&X ELECTRO-MATERIALS LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

FIR METALS & RESOURCE LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

GLOBAL ADVANCED METALS

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

TANTALUM

GLOBAL ADVANCED METALS AIZU

JAPAN*

TANTALUM

GLOBAL ADVANCED METALS BOYERTOWN

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TANTALUM

GUANGDONG RISING RARE METALS-EO MATERIALS LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

GUANGDONG ZHIYUAN NEW MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

GUIZHOU ZHENHUA XINYUN TECHNOLOGY LTD., KAILI BRANCH

CHINA

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK CO., LTD.

THAILAND*

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK GMBH

GERMANY

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK HERMSDORF GMBH

GERMANY*

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK LTD.

JAPAN*

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK SMELTING GMBH & CO. KG

GERMANY*

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK SURFACE TECHNOLOGY AND CERAMIC POWDERS GMBH

GERMANY

TANTALUM

H.C. STARCK TANTALUM AND NIOBIUM GMBH

GERMANY*

TANTALUM

HENGYANG KING XING LIFENG NEW MATERIALS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

HI-TEMP SPECIALTY METALS, INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

TANTALUM

HUNAN CHENZHOU MINING CO., LTD.

CHINA

TANTALUM

JIANGXI DINGHAI TANTALUM & NIOBIUM CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

JIANGXI TUOHONG NEW RAW MATERIAL

CHINA*

TANTALUM

JIUJIANG JANNY NEW MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

JIUJIANG JINXIN NONFERROUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

JIUJIANG TANBRE CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

JIUJIANG ZHONGAO TANTALUM & NIOBIUM CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

KEMET BLUE METALS

MEXICO*

TANTALUM

KEMET BLUE POWDER

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TANTALUM

KEMET CORP.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

TANTALUM

KING-TAN TANTALUM INDUSTRY LTD.

CHINA

TANTALUM

LSM BRASIL S.A.

BRAZIL*

TANTALUM

METALLURGICAL PRODUCTS INDIA PVT., LTD.

INDIA*

TANTALUM

MINERACAO TABOCA S.A.

BRAZIL*

TANTALUM

MITSUI MINING AND SMELTING CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

TANTALUM

NINGXIA ORIENT TANTALUM INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

NPM SILMET AS

ESTONIA*

TANTALUM

PLANSEE SE

AUSTRIA

TANTALUM

PLANSEE SE LIEZEN

AUSTRIA

TANTALUM

PLANSEE SE REUTTE

AUSTRIA

TANTALUM

PRG DOOEL

NORTH MACEDONIA, REPUBLIC OF*

TANTALUM

QUANTUMCLEAN

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TANTALUM

RESIND INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO LTDA.

BRAZIL*

TANTALUM

SHANGHAI JIANGXI METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA

TANTALUM

SOLIKAMSK MAGNESIUM WORKS OAO

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

TANTALUM

TAKI CHEMICAL CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

TANTALUM

TANTALITE RESOURCES

SOUTH AFRICA

TANTALUM

TELEX METALS

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TANTALUM

TRANZACT, INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

TANTALUM

ULBA METALLURGICAL PLANT JSC

KAZAKHSTAN*

TANTALUM

XINXING HAORONG ELECTRONIC MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

YANLING JINCHENG TANTALUM & NIOBIUM CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TANTALUM

YICHUN JIN YANG RARE METAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TANTALUM

ZHONGYUAN GOLD SMELTER OF ZHONGJIN GOLD CORPORATION

CHINA

TANTALUM

ZHUZHOU CEMENTED CARBIDE GROUP CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

ALPHA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TIN

AMI BRIDGE ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

AN THAI MINERALS CO., LTD.

VIET NAM

TIN

AN VINH JOINT STOCK MINERAL PROCESSING COMPANY

VIET NAM

TIN

ANGELCAST ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

BEST METAIS

BRAZIL

TIN

BRINKMANN CHEMIE AG

GERMANY

TIN

CFC COOPERATIVA DOS FUNDIDORES DE CASSITERITA DA AMAZONIA LTDA.

BRAZIL

TIN

CHENZHOU YUNXIANG MINING AND METALLURGY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

CHIFENG DAJINGZI TIN INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

CHINA TIN GROUP CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

CNMC (GUANGXI) PGMA CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

COOPERATIVA METALURGICA DE RONDONIA LTDA.

BRAZIL

TIN

CV AYI JAYA

INDONESIA*

TIN

CV DUA SEKAWAN

INDONESIA*

TIN

CV DUTA PUTRA BANGKA

INDONESIA

TIN

CV GITA PESONA

INDONESIA*

TIN

CV MAKMUR JAYA

INDONESIA

TIN

CV UNITED SMELTING

INDONESIA*

TIN

CV VENUS INTI PERKASA

INDONESIA*

TIN

DA NANG PROCESSING IMPORT AND EXPORT JOINT STOCK

VIET NAM

TIN

DAE CHANG CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

TIN

DAE KIL METAL CO., LTD

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

TIN

DONGGUAN CIEXPO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CO., LTD.

CHINA* *

TIN

DONGGUAN CITY UP ANOTHER METAL COPPER PROCESSING PLANT

CHINA

TIN

DONGGUAN LASON METEL MATERIALS CO,.LTD

CHINA

TIN

DONGRONG

CHINA

TIN

DOWA

JAPAN*

TIN

DR. SOLDERING TIN PRODUCTS CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

ELECTRO-MECHANICAL FACILITY OF THE CAO BANG MINERALS & METALLURGY JOINT STOCK COMPANY

VIET NAM

TIN

EM VINTO

BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF)*

TIN

ESTANHO DE RONDONIA S.A.

BRAZIL

TIN

E-TECH PHILIPPINES

PHILIPPINES

TIN

FEINHUTTE HALSBRUCKE GMBH

GERMANY

TIN

FENIX METALS

POLAND*

TIN

FUJI METAL MINING CORP.

JAPAN

TIN

GEJIU CITY FUXIANG INDUSTRY AND TRADE CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

GEJIU FENGMING METALLURGY CHEMICAL PLANT

CHINA*

TIN

GEJIU JINYE MINERAL COMPANY

CHINA

TIN

GEJIU KAI MENG INDUSTRY AND TRADE LLC

CHINA*

TIN

GEJIU NON-FERROUS METAL PROCESSING CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

GEJIU YE LIAN CHANG

CHINA

TIN

GEJIU YUNXI GROUP CORP.

CHINA

TIN

GEJIU YUNXIN NONFERROUS ELECTROLYSIS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

GEJIU ZILI MINING AND METALLURGY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

GOLD BELL GROUP

CHINA

TIN

GUANGDONG HANHE NON-FERROUS METAL CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

GUANGDONG JIATIAN STANNUM PRODUCTS CO., LTD

CHINA

TIN

GUANGXI JIN LIAN

CHINA

TIN

GUANGXI NONFERROUS METALS GROUP

CHINA

TIN

GUANGXI ZHONGSHAN JIN YI SMELTING CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

GUANYANG GUIDA NONFERROUS METAL SMELTING PLANT

CHINA*

TIN

GUIXI SMELTER

CHINA

TIN

HAI YUXIN XI ZHUHAI CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

HANDOK

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

TIN

HONGQIAO METALS (KUNSHAN) CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

HUICHANG HILL TIN INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

HUICHANG JINSHUNDA TIN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

JAU JANQ ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA

TIN

JIANGXI JIAWANG

CHINA

TIN

JIANGXI KETAI ADVANCED MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

JIANGXI NEW NANSHAN TECHNOLOGY LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

JIANGXI YAOSHENG TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

JINDA METAL .CO.LTD

CHINA

TIN

JU TAI INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

KU PING ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

KUNSHAN SLH SOLDER MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

KUNSHAN XIUBO

CHINA

TIN

LINGBAO JINYUAN TONGHUI REFINERY CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

LINQU XIANGGUI SMELTER CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

LUNA SMELTER, LTD.

RWANDA* *

TIN

MAANSHAN DONGSHEN ELECTRONIC MATERIAL FACTORY

CHINA

TIN

MA'ANSHAN WEITAI TIN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

MAGNU'S MINERAIS METAIS E LIGAS LTDA.

BRAZIL*

TIN

MALAYSIA SMELTING CORPORATION (MSC)

MALAYSIA*

TIN

MATERIALS ECO-REFINING CO., LTD.

JAPAN

TIN

MELT METAIS E LIGAS S.A.

BRAZIL*

TIN

METAHUB INDUSTRIES SDN. BHD.

MALAYSIA

TIN

METALLIC RESOURCES, INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TIN

METALLO BELGIUM N.V.

BELGIUM*

TIN

METALLO SPAIN S.L.U.

SPAIN*

TIN

METALLUM GROUP HOLDING NV

BELGIUM

TIN

MINCHALI METAL INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA

TIN

MINERACAO TABOCA S.A.

BRAZIL*

TIN

MING LI JIA SMELT METAL FACTORY

CHINA

TIN

MINMETALS GANZHOU TIN CO. LTD.

CHINA

TIN

MINSUR

PERU*

TIN

MITSUBISHI MATERIALS CORPORATION

JAPAN*

TIN

MODELTECH SDN BHD

MALAYSIA

TIN

NGHE TINH NON-FERROUS METALS JOINT STOCK COMPANY

VIET NAM

TIN

NINGBO CITY CHANGZHEN COPPER CO.,LTD

CHINA

TIN

NOVOSIBIRSK PROCESSING PLANT LTD.

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

TIN

O.M. MANUFACTURING (THAILAND) CO., LTD.

THAILAND*

TIN

O.M. MANUFACTURING PHILIPPINES, INC.

PHILIPPINES*

TIN

OPERACIONES METALURGICAS S.A.

BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF)*

TIN

PHOENIX METAL LTD.

RWANDA

TIN

PONGPIPAT COMPANY LIMITED

MYANMAR

TIN

POONGSAN CORPORATION

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

TIN

PRECIOUS MINERALS AND SMELTING LIMITED

INDIA* *

TIN

PRIMEYOUNG METAL IND. (ZHUHAI) CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

PT ALAM LESTARI KENCANA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT ARIES KENCANA SEJAHTERA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT ARTHA CIPTA LANGGENG

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT ATD MAKMUR MANDIRI JAYA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT BABEL INTI PERKASA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT BABEL SURYA ALAM LESTARI

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT BANGKA KUDAI TIN

INDONESIA

TIN

PT BANGKA PRIMA TIN

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT BANGKA PUTRA KARYA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT BANGKA SERUMPUN

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT BANGKA TIMAH UTAMA SEJAHTERA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT BANGKA TIN INDUSTRY

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT BELITUNG INDUSTRI SEJAHTERA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT BILLITIN MAKMUR LESTARI

INDONESIA

TIN

PT BUKIT TIMAH

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT CIPTA PERSADA MULIA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT DS JAYA ABADI

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT EUNINDO USAHA MANDIRI

INDONESIA

TIN

PT FANG DI MULTINDO

INDONESIA

TIN

PT HP METALS INDONESIA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT INTI STANIA PRIMA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT JUSTINDO

INDONESIA

TIN

PT KARIMUN MINING

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT KIJANG JAYA MANDIRI

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT KOBA TIN

INDONESIA

TIN

PT LAUTAN HARMONIS SEJAHTERA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT MENARA CIPTA MULIA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT MITRA STANIA PRIMA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT O.M. INDONESIA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT PANCA MEGA PERSADA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT PREMIUM TIN INDONESIA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT PRIMA TIMAH UTAMA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT RAJAWALI RIMBA PERKASA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT RAJEHAN ARIQ

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT RAJWA INTERNATIONAL

INDONESIA

TIN

PT REFINED BANGKA TIN

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT SARIWIGUNA BINASENTOSA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT SEIRAMA TIN INVESTMENT

INDONESIA

TIN

PT SINGKEP TIMES UTAMA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT STANINDO INTI PERKASA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT SUKSES INTI MAKMUR

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT SUMBER JAYA INDAH

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT SUPRA SUKSES TRINUSA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT TIMAH NUSANTARA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT TIMAH TBK KUNDUR

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT TIMAH TBK MENTOK

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT TININDO INTER NUSA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT TIRUS PUTRA MANDIRI

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT TOMMY UTAMA

INDONESIA*

TIN

PT WAHANA PERKIT JAYA

INDONESIA

TIN

PT YINCHENDO MINING INDUSTRY

INDONESIA

TIN

RESIND INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO LTDA.

BRAZIL*

TIN

RUI DA HUNG

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA*

TIN

S. IZAGUIRRE

SPAIN

TIN

SEJU INDUSTRY

JAPAN

TIN

SHAN TOU SHI YONG YUAN JIN SHU ZAI SHENG CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

SHEN ZHEN QI XIANG DA HUA GONG GONG SI

CHINA

TIN

SHEN ZHEN RUI YUN FENG INDUSTRY CO.,LTD

CHINA

TIN

SHENZHEN HONG CHANG METAL MANUFACTURING FACTORY

CHINA

TIN

SICHUAN GUANGHAN JIANGNAN CASTING SMELTERS

CHINA

TIN

SOFT METAIS LTDA.

BRAZIL*

TIN

SUPER LIGAS

BRAZIL

TIN

SUZHOU CO. LTD.

CHINA

TIN

SUZHOU NUONENGDA CHEMICAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

TAICANG CITY NANCANG METAL MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

TAIWAN HIGH-TECH CO., LTD.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA

TIN

THAI NGUYEN MINING AND METALLURGY CO., LTD.

VIET NAM*

TIN

THAISARCO

THAILAND*

TIN

TIANSHUI LING BO TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

TIN PLATING GEJIU

CHINA

TIN

TIN TECHNOLOGY & REFINING

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TIN

TOP-TEAM TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) LTD.

CHINA

TIN

TUYEN QUANG NON-FERROUS METALS JOINT STOCK COMPANY

VIET NAM

TIN

UNIFORCE METAL INDUSTRIAL CORP.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA

TIN

VQB MINERAL AND TRADING GROUP JSC

VIET NAM

TIN

WANG YU MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

WESTMETALL GMBH & CO. KG

GERMANY

TIN

WHITE SOLDER METALURGIA E MINERACAO LTDA.

BRAZIL*

TIN

WONIL METAL CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

TIN

WU XI SHI YI ZHENG JI XIE SHE BEI COMPANY

CHINA

TIN

WUXI LANTRONIC ELECTRONIC CO LTD

CHINA

TIN

XIA YI METAL INDUSTRIES (SHARES) CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

XIN FURUKAWA METAL ( WUXI ) CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

YIFENG TIN

CHINA

TIN

YUNNAN CHENGFENG NON-FERROUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

YUNNAN CHENGO ELECTRIC SMELTING PLANT

CHINA

TIN

YUNNAN INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TIN

YUNNAN TIN COMPANY LIMITED

CHINA*

TIN

YUNNAN YUNFAN NON-FERROUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TIN

ZHANGZHOU XIANGCHENG HONGYU BUILDING

CHINA

TIN

ZHEJIANG KEYU METAL MATERIAL CO.,LTD

CHINA

TIN

ZHUHAI HORYISON SOLDER CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

A.L.M.T. CORP.

JAPAN*

TUNGSTEN

ACL METAIS EIRELI

BRAZIL*

TUNGSTEN

ALBASTEEL INDUSTRIA E COMERCIO DE LIGAS PARA FUNDICAO LTD.

BRAZIL* *

TUNGSTEN

ASIA TUNGSTEN PRODUCTS VIETNAM LTD.

VIET NAM*

TUNGSTEN

ASSAB

SINGAPORE

TUNGSTEN

CHENZHOU DIAMOND TUNGSTEN PRODUCTS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

CHINA MOLYBDENUM CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

CHONGYI ZHANGYUAN TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

CNMC (GUANGXI) PGMA CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

CP METALS INC.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA* *

TUNGSTEN

DAEGUTEC LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

TUNGSTEN

DAYU JINCHENG TUNGSTEN INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

DAYU WEILIANG TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

DEGUTEA

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

TUNGSTEN

FUJIAN GANMIN RAREMETAL CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

FUJIAN JINXIN TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

GANXIAN SHIRUI NEW MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

GANZHOU GRAND SEA W & MO GROUP CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

GANZHOU HAICHUANG TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

GANZHOU HUAXING TUNGSTEN PRODUCTS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

GANZHOU JIANGWU FERROTUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

GANZHOU SEADRAGON W & MO CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

GANZHOU YATAI TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

GEM CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

GLOBAL TUNGSTEN & POWDERS CORP.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TUNGSTEN

GUANGDONG XIANGLU TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

H.C. STARCK GROUP

GERMANY

TUNGSTEN

H.C. STARCK SMELTING GMBH & CO. KG

GERMANY*

TUNGSTEN

H.C. STARCK TUNGSTEN GMBH

GERMANY*

TUNGSTEN

HUNAN CHENZHOU MINING CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

HUNAN CHUANGDA VANADIUM TUNGSTEN CO., LTD. WUJI

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

HUNAN CHUANGDA VANADIUM TUNGSTEN CO., LTD. YANGLIN

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

HUNAN CHUNCHANG NONFERROUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

HUNAN LITIAN TUNGSTEN INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

HYDROMETALLURG, JSC

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

TUNGSTEN

JAPAN NEW METALS CO., LTD.

JAPAN*

TUNGSTEN

JIANGSU HETIAN SCI-TECH MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

JIANGWU H.C. STARCK TUNGSTEN PRODUCTS CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI GAN BEI TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI MINMETALS GAO'AN NON-FERROUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI RICHSEA NEW MATERIALS CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI TONGGU NON-FERROUS METALLURGICAL & CHEMICAL CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI XIANGLU TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA* *

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI XINSHENG TUNGSTEN INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI XIUSHUI XIANGGAN NONFERROUS METALS CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

JIANGXI YAOSHENG TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

JSC "KIROVGRAD HARD ALLOYS PLANT"

RUSSIAN FEDERATION* *

TUNGSTEN

KENNAMETAL FALLON

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TUNGSTEN

KENNAMETAL HUNTSVILLE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TUNGSTEN

KGETS CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

TUNGSTEN

LIANYOU METALS CO., LTD.

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

LUOYANG MUDU TUNGSTEN & MOLYBDENUM TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

MALIPO HAIYU TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

MASAN TUNGSTEN CHEMICAL LLC (MTC)

VIET NAM*

TUNGSTEN

MOLIREN LTD.

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

TUNGSTEN

NANCHANG CEMENTED CARBIDE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

NIAGARA REFINING LLC

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA*

TUNGSTEN

NINGHUA XINGLUOKENG TUNGSTEN MINING CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

NPP TYAZHMETPROM LLC

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

TUNGSTEN

PHILIPPINE CHUANGXIN INDUSTRIAL CO., INC.

PHILIPPINES*

TUNGSTEN

POBEDIT, JSC

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

TUNGSTEN

SANHER TUNGSTEN VIETNAM CO., LTD.

VIET NAM

TUNGSTEN

SOUTH-EAST NONFERROUS METAL COMPANY LIMITED OF HENGYANG CITY

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

TAICANG CITY NANCANG METAL MATERIAL CO.,LTD

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

TEJING (VIETNAM) TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

VIET NAM*

TUNGSTEN

UNECHA REFRACTORY METALS PLANT

RUSSIAN FEDERATION*

TUNGSTEN

VIETNAM YOUNGSUN TUNGSTEN INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

VIET NAM

TUNGSTEN

WOLFRAM BERGBAU UND HUTTEN AG

AUSTRIA*

TUNGSTEN

WOLFRAM COMPANY CJSC

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

TUNGSTEN

WOLTECH KOREA CO., LTD.

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF*

TUNGSTEN

XIAMEN TUNGSTEN (H.C.) CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

XIAMEN TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

XINFENG HUARUI TUNGSTEN & MOLYBDENUM NEW MATERIAL CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

XINHAI RENDAN SHAOGUAN TUNGSTEN CO., LTD.

CHINA*

TUNGSTEN

ZHANGZHOU CHUEN BAO APT SMELTERY CO., LTD.

CHINA

TUNGSTEN

ZHUZHOU CEMENTED CARBIDE GROUP CO., LTD.

CHINA

 

*RMAP Conformant

**RMAP Active – in the process of becoming RMAP Conformant.