Dear Valued 1X Technologies LLC Customer,
In July 2010, the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, also known as the Dodd-Frank Act was signed into action. This act imposes new requirements relating to “Conflict Minerals“.
“Specifically, Section 1502 of the Act imposes on the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting requirements upon publicly-traded companies whose products contain metals derived from minerals defined as “Conflict Minerals,” or minerals mined from the areas in or near the Democratic Republic of the Congo identified in the law as tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold.
Here is the link to the Final SEC Rules for Conflict Minerals portion of the Dodd-Frank Act:
1X Technologies LLC, while not a publically traded company, still believes it is in our best interest to let our customers know if any of the products we supply contain any of these conflict materials.
All of the products supplied to you by 1X Technologies are DRC Conflict Free. We do not knowingly sell any products containing any of the listed minerals, nor have any minerals used by 1X Technologies knowingly come from any conflict country, nor did they come from any country assisting any of the forces in those countries.
1X Technologies makes every effort possible to procure goods that are not only conformant with the Buy American Act but we also always try to deal locally whenever possible. We believe that manufacturing and supply of goods in America is a very important key to our country’s ability to compete globally going forward, and we pledge to always make a concerted effort to Buy American, and Hire American. This pledge will always help keep our procurement safe from conflict-free minerals, and we will do our diligence to ensure we are supplying you with the finest goods available, starting with the minerals that are used in your products.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact your 1X Technologies LLC sales representative.
1X Technologies LLC
412 N. Main Street #100
Buffalo, Wyoming 82834