Conflict Free Metals Policy
The following are statements describing GBI policy on procurement of metals / alloys derived from mines in Conflict Countries.

• GBI will perform a reasonable due diligence effort within its supply chain to ensure that Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten and Gold are not procured as “Conflict Metal”. “Conflict Metal” meaning metal derived from ore originating from conflict areas of Republic of the Congo and adjoining countries.

• GBI uses mainly and only very small amounts of Tin (Sn) as component of solder for electrical parts tinning and / or soldering.

• GBI is committed to purchasing solder, metals and alloys from reputable suppliers, based on suppliers Conflict Free Minerals policy Statements.

• GBI will request its' suppliers to provide information identifying Conflict Minerals, including the country of origin.

• The suppliers and GBI reporting will utilize the electronic template created by the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (“EICC”) and Global e-Sustainability Initiative (“GeSI”) for data collection, spreadsheet titled Conflict Minerals Reporting Template revision 3.01 (CMRT 3.01).

September, 2014
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