Conflict Minerals Policy Statement

ColorChip (Israel) Ltd. is committed to ethical business principles and promotion of human rights. This includes responsible manufacturing of our products and responsible sourcing of materials.

Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, and the Securities and Exchange Commission Rules adopted in connection therewith, require certain corporations to report the use of “Conflict Minerals” in the manufacture of their products.  Generally, Conflict Minerals collectively refers to cassiterite, columbite-tantalite, gold, wolframite, or their derivatives, including tantalum, tin and tungsten, which originate from the Democratic Republic of the Congo or specified adjoining countries. ColorChip (Israel) Ltd. is privately held and is not subject to the Conflict Minerals rules and reporting requirements. We understand that our customers may be subject to the Conflict Minerals rules, and we are committed to helping our customers comply with their reporting requirements.

ColorChip (Israel) Ltd. has adopted a supplier-based compliance model within the EICC-GeSI framework. This is not a part level approach; we do not provide conflict mineral certifications on a part-by-part basis.

We confirm that each of our suppliers provide only conflict free tin, gold, tantalum or tungsten content in our products. Our key suppliers do not use Conflict Minerals in the materials they supply to us. Consequently, we can in turn represent that, to the best of our knowledge, our products do not contain Conflict Minerals.

We will continue to work with our key suppliers to ensure that we are able to identify the use of Conflict Minerals in our supply chain, and the representations made in this compliance statement remain accurate. To that end, we reserve the right to amend this statement at any time based on subsequent developments or information.