Ningbo ace branch photoelectric co., LTD. (ASK) is located shore of the east of ningbo city economic development zone, the company registered capital of 52 million yuan, the total investment 80 million yuan, covers an area of 15000 m2, 6000 m2 modern high standard clean workshop. Convenient logistics network, the human jieling long triangle economic zone gives ASK a unique vitality.
Company was incorporated in July 1995, after 20 years of innovative research and development and the accumulation of experience, has developed into a set of semiconductor lead frame, electronic connectors design, development and manufacturing for the integration of modern management enterprise, is also one of the lead frame manufacturers of domestic influential.
Companies gather lead frame industry elite, senior professionals more than 20, more than 10 years at the same time the introduction of overseas talent, and on behalf of the world in 2012 electroplating industry leading level of the Japanese east new industrial co., a strategic cooperative partnership.
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Metals of conflict refer to metals such as gold (Au), tantalum (Ta), tungsten (W), cobalt (Co), and tin (Sn). These metals are not through anarchy or illegal groups, but from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Government military groups or non-military factions control mining areas in conflict areas. The illegal mining profits obtained by local military groups were stolen from citizens and caused human rights violations and environmental degradation in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The metals exported by the following countries are not in compliance with the ¡°conflict-free norms¡±: Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania, Kenya ( Kenya) (The United Nations Security Council has determined that these countries are minerals of the Congolese veins).
NINGBO ASK PHOTELECTRON CO.,LTD. strictly abides by the electronic industry code of conduct, procuring materials only from environmentally and socially responsible raw material suppliers, and requires our raw material suppliers and their supply chains to conduct commercially reasonable due diligence investigations. Ensure that the metals used in the raw materials supplied to the customer are not from conflict areas.