TRiiSO shares the concerns of our customers that mining and trade of conflict minerals in the DRC or adjoining countries may be fueling human rights abuses, labor violations, and environmental degradation. While TRiiSO is not subject to the Dodd-Frank conflict minerals reporting requirements as outlined below, we are committed to the ethical sourcing of our products for distribution to our customers.  TRiiSO has adopted due diligence processes as part of our Conflict Mineral Policy to ensure that the products we purchase from our suppliers and sell to our customers do not contain conflict minerals. We will continue to practice responsible sourcing to ensure that the products we distribute to our customers remain free of conflict minerals.

Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act imposes Securities and Exchange Commission reporting requirements upon publicly-traded companies whose products contain metals derived from minerals defined as “conflict minerals,” which include tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold and may have originated in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) or adjoining countries. TRiiSO provides this statement to our customers who request our assistance in assessing their conflict minerals status.

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