Conflict Minerals Policy

Conflict Minerals Policy

CD108 v5 | Issue date: 26/03/2024

‘Conflict Minerals’ are a group of minerals consisting of tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold (‘3TG’) which
are mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) or surrounding areas.

It has been reported that the sales and profits of such minerals in this region have helped fuel war and
human rights violations.

As such, the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) have adopted rules that any publicly
traded company must submit an annual report disclosing if they use any conflict minerals and their
country of origin (Dodd Frank Act).

To the best of our knowledge and based on the information provided by our supply chain, goods
supplied by AMICON have no 3TG intentionally added or used in the products or production process
nor does any 3TG remain in the products. AMICON request that all our suppliers notify us of any
items containing conflict minerals; all our products comply with the above-mentioned directive and are not sourced from the DRC, based on information provided by our supply chain.