Conflict Minerals Policy

Conflict Minerals Policy


In July 2010, the United States enacted the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Act”), of which Section 1502 includes provisions that require manufacturers to perform due diligence in their supply chains to identify and disclose whether the use of any 1“Conflict Minerals” is necessary to the functionality of its products, and whether those Conflict Minerals originated in the 2“DRC Countries.”

MtronPTI, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The LGL Group, Inc., which is publicly traded on the NYSE MKT, is dedicated to ensuring conflict-free sourcing. To comply with the Conflict Minerals regulation, MtronPTI developed and implemented a policy and due diligence process in order to reasonably assure that the tin, tungsten, tantalum, and gold in the products we manufacture do not directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups.

MtronPTI suppliers are required to comply with MtronPTI Purchase Order Terms and Conditions, which includes requirements relating to conflict minerals and responsible sourcing.

As a leading manufacturer of frequency control devices, timing modules and filters, we are committed to sound ethical practices and full compliance with all laws and regulations.

If you have any questions please contact Assent, who MtronPTI has contracted to address our environmental compliance at mtronpti_requests@assent.com or via the Request Compliance Information Customer Portal at https://request.assentcompliance.com/mtronptirequests/

Bill Drafts

President and CEO

1“Conflict Minerals” include Columbite-Tantalite (Tantalum), Cassiterite (Tin), Gold, Wolframite (Tungsten) and any derivatives from these materials.

2“DRC Countries” include the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Angola, Burundi, the Central African Republic, The Republic of Congo, Uganda, Rwanda, Sudan (South Sudan), Tanzania and Zambia.