Conflict Minerals Policy Statement

AUTO CS ENGINEERING (ACSE) is deeply concerned by reports that profits from the sale of certain metal mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or adjoining countries has helped fuel war and human right violations in the eastern Congo.

ACSE supports effort to eliminate the use of tantalum, tin, gold and tungsten (3TG) from improper sources that could promote such serious problem in the DRC and adjoining countries.

As tracing methods evolve, we are incorporating appropriate proven methods in our program along with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) implementation program guideline to help us conform in all material respects with the framework.

ACSE requires suppliers whose products contain 3TG submit this information by answering the survey provided that traces the metals back through the supply chain.

ACSE objective is to have a conflict-free supply chain. If ACSE becomes aware of a supplier whose supply chain includes metals from a conflict source, ACSE will take the appropriate actions to remedy the situation in a timely manner, including reassessment of supplier relationships, to achieve that objective.

ACSE expects our suppliers to take similar measures with their suppliers to ensure alignment throughout the supply chain.


ACSE’s Fraud Policy

The Company does not tolerate any form of fraudulent or corrupt activities, even if such activities would be for the Company’s benefit. Any fraudulent transactions or corrupt payments shall be prohibited, whether they are made by employees of the Company or any third parties acting on behalf of the Company, including suppliers, distributors, agents, consultants, and contractors. This includes subcontractors or consultants hired by third parties to do work on behalf of the Company. The company shall strictly follow our business principles and ACSE code of Conduct.

ACSE’s Business Principle

  • Legal
    We will act within the law, our licensing/authorizations obligations and any other regulations.
  • Compete fairly
    Compete vigorously but fairly in our markets, being honest and trustworthy in all our dealings.
  • Inducements
    No offer or accept gifts, hospitality or other inducements which encourage or reward a decision, or engage in any form of bribery. Report and record any incident.
  • Conflicts
    Avoid or declare conflicts of interest that may lead (or be seen to lead) to divided personal loyalties.
  • Commitments
    Ensure others have confidence in the commitments we make on behalf of ACSE, and that agreements are suitably authorized.
  • Risks
    Assess and manage risks to our business.
  • Assets
    Protect our brand, physical, financial and intellectual assets.
  • Information
    Protect the confidentiality of company, employee and customer information.
  • Communication
    Be truthful, helpf
    ul and accurate in our communication.
  • Diversity Treat all individuals fairly and impartially, without prejudice, and never tolerate harassment in any form.
  • Health and safety
    Care for health and safety of each other, our products and our operations.
  • Environment
    Minimize the potential harmful effects of our activities on the environment.
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CNC Milling Machine ( No.1 - 4 ) MAKINO , N-TECH , LILIAN (KE-55 , VMC-1166 , BM-5V CNC)
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