IEC Electronics believes in supporting our employees, our local communities, and the environment in which we all share.
IEC Electronics is committed to supporting local and national charitable organizations because of our belief that working together we can make a difference.
We support local organizations through employee volunteer programs and charitable donations in all neighborhoods in which we live.
IEC Electronics is committed to managing health, safety, and environmental matters as an integral part of our business. We have adopted several green initiatives that help to reduce our carbon footprint and sustain the quality of our environment in the communities in which we operate.
The Dodd-Frank Act and related U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rule requires certain public companies to disclose the extent to which the products they manufacture or contract to manufacture contain so called conflict minerals and whether or not the minerals were sourced from mines that directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or adjoining countries (“Covered Countries”). Tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold, (3TGs) are “Conflict Minerals” as defined in Section 1502. These minerals are used in many electronic components and manufacturing consumables which IEC Electronics purchases.
IEC Electronics Corporation takes this recent legislation on “Conflict Minerals” extremely seriously and will continue to ensure compliance with the legislation. IEC continues to monitor the ongoing SEC developments and is committed to complying with and assisting our customers in complying with the reporting requirements.
Calendar 2018 Form SD and Conflict Minerals Report