What is in common with tungsten and gold?

18.8.2021

General

Both belong to the group of conflict minerals. It means they might be extracted in a conflict zone and sold to finance the fighting.

Scanfil conflict minerals policy
Gold Nugget mining from the River, real Gold.

Both belong to the group of conflict minerals. It means they might be extracted in a conflict zone and sold to finance the fighting. Other most commonly mined conflict minerals are tin and tantalum.

Scanfil and its subsidiaries are committed to respecting human rights in its operations and its global supply chain. Therefore, we are committed to working with our customers and suppliers to responsibly source the materials and components we use in manufacturing our customers’ products that may contain these minerals.

Read more about our Conflict Mineral Policy