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Abiding by regulations and principles

We adhere to the global standards for humane working conditions.


Open Communication

We listen to our customers and employees to understand what is needed to deliver the best results.


Delivering Excellence

We grow as a Level 5 Leadership company by continuous refinement and improvement of our system


With Sam Woo Electronics as our main manufacturing partner, we actively participate in the movement to ban the use of conflict minerals in the efforts to prevent violation of basic human rights and funding of armed forces in certain conflict zones of the Democratic Republic of Congo and approximately ten neighboring countries. We audit our suppliers regularly to ensure that slave labor is not used in any material souring and/or production process.   


We believe that transparency in the workplace is the foundation of creating a safe and thriving environment which encourages open communication without retaliation. We practice radical listening and listen to understand so that we can focus our energy on building the best products and services for our customers. We also believe in eliminating bribery of any kind so that we can focus our resources and time on delivering the best possible products and services. 


We believe in practicing craftmanship in our work. We hire the best team possible, train the team and provide the team with systems which can help keep track of work to completion effectively.

Steps to Achieving Conflict-Free Mineral Usage

Using a tool developed by EICC, we work with our manufacturers to periodically survey their suppliers and smelters to regulate ban on conflict minerals.

Our suppliers must adhere to the international policy on the use of conflict minerals. Suppliers providing the four main conflict minerals (tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold) are also required to submit the Certificate of Origin. In addition, supplier’s smelter is recommended to have received the EICC’s Conflict Free Smelter Program Certificate and must be a qualified smelter practicing the ban of Conflict Minerals.


The conflict minerals include: tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold.

The ten countries in scope are: D.R. Congo, Congo, South Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Zambia, Angola, Tanzania, Central African Republic


This is an industrial movement to ban usage of conflict minerals which violate human rights and/or fund armed forces in certain conflict zones of the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighboring countries.

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