INNO GLOBAL is one of the leading suppliers of device interface systems. We also provides the tailored connectivity solutions among device interfaces to customers.

Our motto is ‘successful new business development’ based on the enthusiasm and warm caring and challenging.

To provide the most cost-effective way to customers, we will challenge with continuous enthusiasm for customer’s satisfaction.

With various experiences in relative industry, we will do our best to provide the latest technology and service to meet customers’ needs.

INNO GLOBAL will be a future leader in semiconductor test socket manufacturing industry.

Quality Policy

Customer satisfaction is the quality target. Quality is measured by customer not manufacturer.
– Customers evaluate the product and service quality.
– We provide our best quality products and services to customers.
– ‘See and respond’ is the last quality management tool.
-To eliminate the cause of the defect is a basic principle of our quality management.

Introduction to regulations on conflict materials

  1. Definition of conflict minerals and the rationale for their regulation

Regulations on conflict minerals are in place in order to help reduce violence and exploitation in conflict-prone areas and to raise awareness and visibility of conflict materials among consumers by preventing rebel forces from benefiting from the trading of four specific minerals – columbite-tantalite, cassiterite, wolframite and gold – all of which are mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo and its neighboring countries.

In August 2012, the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted rules on conflict minerals that require companies to publicly disclose their use of columbite-tantalite, cassiterite, wolframite or gold

  1. Highlights of the regulations on conflict minerals
  • Companies using any of the conflict minerals or any metal made from any of them in their production process are required to disclose the provenance how the mineral has been produced and supplied.
  • The regulations consist of three sections: applicability, reasonable country of origin inquiry and due diligence, reporting, and auditing.
  • The SEC’s disclosure requirement applies to any conflict mineral, whether or not it is from Congo or an adjoining country.
  1. Conflict Materials Policy

INNO GLOBAL INC. supports worldwide efforts and cooperates actively with various suppliers to ensure that precious metals come from legitimate, ethical sources, and that they have not been associated with crime, armed conflict or human rights abuse. It is our firm conviction and our unalterable policy to refuse any business proposal which might be connected with any illegitimate activity.

Our supply chain policy and practices and our congruent commitment are consistent with the LBMA Responsible Gold Guidance on Gold

We employ this policy by having implemented a program of strict due diligence procedures and our commitment to conduct our activities and business:

With honesty and transparency

  • Do not support fraud, corruption or any other illegal activity.
  • Maintain high moral, ethical and social standards.
  • Cultivate proper business relationships with all counterparts.
  • Seek good and transparent relations with governmental and non-governmental organizations.
  • Have fair and responsible relations with employees and all other stakeholders.

We implemented this policy through an effective and comprehensive management system which is based on strong local and international OECD due diligence practices in order to identify our upstream and downstream partners. In that regard, we are strongly committed

  1. Not to tolerate nor profit from, contribute to, assist or facilitate the commission of
  • Torture, cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment.
  • Forced or compulsory labour.
  • The worst forms of child labour.
  • Violations of granting of the freedom of assoc.
  • Human rights violations and abuses.
  • War crimes, violations of international humanitarian law, crimes against humanity or genocide.
  1. Not to engage with, and to immediately discontinue engagement with, customers or suppliers where we identify a reasonable risk that they are committing, or are sourcing from or linked to any party committing, abuses described above or any other illegal party.
  2. Not to tolerate direct or indirect support to non-state armed groups, including, but not limited to, procuring precious metals from, making payments to or otherwise providing assistance or equipment to, non-state armed groups or their affiliates who illegally.
  • Control mine sites, transportation routes, precious metals trade or any other factors in the supply chain; and/or
  • Tax or extort money or precious metals at mine sites, along transportation routes or at points where they are traded, or from intermediaries, export companies or international traders.
  1. Not to engage with, respectively immediately to discontinue engagement with any business opportunity or business partner where we identify a reasonable risk that they are sourcing from, or linked to, any party providing direct or indirect support to non-state armed groups as described above.
  2. Not to misrepresent taxes, fees and royalties paid to governments for the purposes of extraction, trade, handling, transport and export of gold. Likewise we will not conceal the origin of precious metals
  3. To support efforts and contribute to avoid and disclose money-laundering and financing of terrorism where we identify a reasonable risk of money-laundering and financing of terrorism resulting from, or connected to the supply and distribution chain of precious metals.
  4. To perform annual training sessions with relevant employees and partners and encourage them to raise any suspicious relation and/or transactions to management and/or compliance officer. We require our employees, agents, consultants, and business partners to comply with our policy, and will – wherever possible – enforce it with appropriate measures, up to and including termination of employment or contracts.