TTI is fully aware of U.S. Congress HR 4173, specifically with regard to section 1502-Conflict Minerals. We continue to monitor the ongoing SEC developments and are committed to helping our customers comply with all reporting requirements, where applicable.

To aid customers in determining the component manufacturer’s Conflict Mineral position, TTI is providing links to our manufacturer’s statements below:

Manufacturers have made it clear that their distributors are not authorized to provide this complex data to the end customer, as traditional component distribution activities are not within the scope of the bill’s definition of reporting requirements. However, TTI realizes the importance of this initiative and fully supports its spirit. To assist our customers in their due diligence responsibilities, we have developed this program to compile and present our component manufacturer’s positions.

Information from manufacturers is becoming more readily available. TTI continues our earnest efforts to facilitate the timely flow of information as it becomes available.

TTI's Statement on Conflict Minerals

Electronic Components Industry Association statement on Conflict Minerals

Supplier Conflict Minerals Statements

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