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Stay compliant with capabilities to address Conflict Minerals reporting requirements

Reporting on the complete makeup of your products will help you stay compliant with social regulations around the world including conflict minerals reporting requirements. Conflict minerals, also referred to as 3TGs, are identified as tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold – and their alloys. Conflict minerals reporting laws require transparency and disclosure of conflict minerals used in products (for both in-house and supplied product parts), as well as the smelters used in conflict minerals processing. Teamcenter® can help you track conflict minerals used in products, and report on them to stay compliant. Teamcenter identifies supplier parts in your product BOM that contain conflict minerals, and can initiate material and smelter disclosure requests from your suppliers.  Industry standards (IPC-175x, CMRT) are supported to allow for efficient processing of supplier declaration data and minimize errors and rework costs. Conflict minerals specific reports help you understand your supplier and smelter disclosure status.

Conflict Minerals Reporting

Reporting on the complete makeup of your products will help you stay compliant with social regulations around the world including conflict minerals reporting requirements. Conflict minerals, also referred to as 3TGs, are identified as tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold – and their alloys. Conflict minerals reporting laws require transparency and disclosure of conflict minerals used in products (for both in-house and supplied product parts), as well as the smelters used in conflict minerals processing. Teamcenter® can help you track conflict minerals used in products, and report on them to stay compliant. Teamcenter identifies supplier parts in your product BOM that contain conflict minerals, and can initiate material and smelter disclosure requests from your suppliers.  Industry standards (IPC-175x, CMRT) are supported to allow for efficient processing of supplier declaration data and minimize errors and rework costs. Conflict minerals specific reports help you understand your supplier and smelter disclosure status.

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