Incap Group Policy on Conflict Minerals

Incap Corporation is a trusted partner and full service provider in Electronics Manufacturing Services. We are committed to integrity, sustainability and providing our customers products and services that are produced responsibly. We comply with applicable local and international laws and regulations, respect human rights and act in accordance with our principles for social, economic and environmental responsibility as stated in our Code of Conduct.

As part of our support and respect for human rights, we are also committed to ensure that our products and our processes do not contain Conflict Minerals as defined by EU’s Conflict Minerals Regulation and Section 1502 of the US Dodd-Frank Act regarding Conflict Minerals.

Incap Group does not directly source Conflict Minerals for its products. Therefore, we rely on the information provided by our suppliers and based on our supplier requirements, we expect that the components and the materials received from them do not include Conflict Minerals.

Incap Group’s commitments:

  • We will not source any Conflict Minerals directly.
  • We will use our best efforts in identifying suppliers, products and processes impacted by the Conflict Mineral regulation.
  • We collaborate with our suppliers to ensure that they comply with the requirements of our Supplier Code of Conduct and this Conflict Mineral Policy. Effort to comply with this initiative is a factor in our sourcing decisions.
  • We request our suppliers to establish a conflict minerals policy consistent with this policy, to exercise due diligence in investigating the source of these minerals and to fill in the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template provided by the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI).


Conflict Minerals: known as ‘3TG’ – Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten and Gold

Conflict Areas: Democratic Republic of Congo and adjoining countries named in the Act.