Responsibility of our suppliers

Acting sustainably is important to us! We also aim to integrate our suppliers into our sustainability criteria. For the Nynomic Group, compliance with binding standards regarding human rights, working conditions, environmental aspects and good corporate governance is an essential basis for our business relationships. Accordingly, we expect our suppliers to comply with applicable laws and to follow internationally recognized environmental, social and corporate governance standards.


In dealing with their employees, we request that our suppliers adhere to social standards, such as recognition of human rights, compliance with national legal health and safety regulations, strict prohibition of child and forced labor and a clear commitment to non-discrimination. Furthermore, we expect our suppliers to observe all applicable laws and regulations on environmental protection and to act in an ecologically responsible and resource-efficient manner within their business activities. We do not tolerate corruption and bribery and expect from our business partners responsible and ethical business conduct in compliance with antitrust and competition laws as well as trade and capital market regulations.





Conflict Minerals Statement


Nynomic Group Statement on the Use of “Conflict Minerals” in Products with Reference to Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act) and EU Regulation 2017/821


The Nynomic Group takes its social responsibility regarding the environment, safety, health and human rights seriously and understands that its business activities have an impact on society and the environment. Nynomic is therefore committed to supporting the objectives of the Dodd-Frank Act and EU Regulation 2017/821 to restrict trade in minerals from conflict or high-risk areas to the best of its ability. The Dodd-Frank Act specifically refers to the minerals tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold and their derivatives, which are mined in conflict areas, such as the Democratic Republic of Congo and adjoining conflict areas. According to EU Regulation 2017/821, this includes areas in armed conflict or in a weakened post-conflict situation, as well as areas with weak or absent governance and security structures.


Although Nynomic Group is not an obligated party under the above-mentioned regulations and does not source these minerals directly, we are aware that conflict minerals may be present in the supply chain. With this awareness, Nynomic is committed to responsible sourcing of these minerals. Nynomic assures that suppliers are selected selectively according to these criteria. We expect our business partners to make comparable efforts to comply with the relevant regulations and requirements. To the best of our current knowledge, Nynomic Group products do not directly or indirectly contain conflict minerals. The information on the origin of conflict minerals is based on information provided by Nynomic Group’s suppliers.


Wedel, January 2024
The Management Board
-Nynomic AG-