Conflict Mineral Policy
MPK regularly monitors and obtains the latest Conflict Mineral Reporting Template (CMRT) to keep abreast of international norms and the latest developments.
As a responsible player in the supply chain of manufacturing products, MPK committed to addressing social and environmental issues arising from the sourcing of raw materials and the production process. Mineral trade from the Democratic Republic of Congo has become a major source of funding for local armed rebel groups, causing long-term armed conflicts and human rights violations, and attracting international attention.
As a member of the product safety supply chain, we have an obligation to work with other companies to address the impact of mineral sourcing issues. We fulfill our social and environmental responsibilities, respect human rights, and continue to monitor conflict mineral issues. We are committed to conducting thorough investigations of our supply chain to ensure that metals such as gold, tungsten, tin, tantalum, and cobalt do not come from mines controlled by armed groups in the Congo and its neighboring countries. Through responsible procurement practices, we require our suppliers to respond to this issue.
MPK’s Requirement for suppliers:
- Do not purchase or use conflict minerals from conflict areas in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
- Trace the origin of all gold, tungsten, tin, tantalum, and cobalt used in products to ensure they do not originate from conflict mines.
- Promptly inform the company if conflict minerals are used in any products and
provide a plan for not using them.
- Suppliers should communicate this requirement to their upstream suppliers.