Conflict Minerals Policy Statement

The United Nations has found that the trade of certain rare earth mineral mining is helping to finance the civil conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or adjoining countries, characterized by extreme levels of violence, resulting in widespread human rights violations and environmental degradation. These minerals are Coltan, Wolframite, Cassiterite, and Gold, and their respective derivatives, Tantalum, Tungsten, Tin, and Gold, commonly referred to as "3TG". Section 1502(b) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act requires SEC reporting companies to undertake an inquiry as to the source and chain of custody of conflict materials and to annually report certain information concerning 3TG contained in products that they manufacture. Because NRI Electronics, Inc., is not a publicly traded company, we are only subject to reporting to our Customers which require SEC reporting. In addition, we are not directly subject to the requirements as we have limited control over components which have been specified by our customers to be used in their product.


  1. Support the objectives of the Dodd-Frank Act on the supply of "conflict minerals".
  2. Complete a reasonable inquiry for the country of origin for any component used in our manufacturing process which is not specified by our customer and the supply chain is established by NRI Electronics, Inc. This inquiry will consist of the manufacturer or distributor of the component confirming their compliance to the Conflict Minerals Act.
  3. If we discover the use “non conflict free” materials used in product we procure, we will take appropriate actions to transition product to be "conflict free".

NRI Electronics, Inc., remains committed to ethical practices and compliance with all applicable regulations and laws.

Roger L Toikka, CEO

February 18, 2014