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팀켄 분쟁 광물 정책

The Timken Company acts responsibly, exercising sound judgment in our dealings in accordance with our ethical standards and the law. On August 22, 2012, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued the conflict minerals rules (the “Rules”) under Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. The Rules require reporting and disclosure of the use of conflict minerals in the products of publicly traded companies. The law and the Rules were enacted in response to reported human rights violations and armed conflicts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and its surrounding countries (the “DRC region”). Under the Rules, conflict minerals are defined as tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold (“3TG”).

Most of Timken’s products do not intentionally contain 3TG. Our core products are made from recycled scrap steel. To the extent 3TG is used, Timken is committed to responsibly source such 3TG. 우리는 콩고민주공화국 지역에서 불법적인 분쟁에 연루된 무장 단체에 의도적으로 혜택이나 자금을 제공하지 않을 것입니다. We will conduct the necessary inquiries and due diligence on the source of the 3TG that is used in our products. We expect our suppliers to hold themselves to the same standards. We will work with our supply base to source from 3TG upstream suppliers, smelters and refiners that do not contribute to the violence in the DRC region. 또한 공급업체는 팀켄이 책임 있는 소싱 결정을 내리는 데 필요한 정보를 제공하도록 고안된 팀켄의 연간 분쟁 광물 보고 요구 사항을 준수해야 합니다.

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