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AP Sensing and Social Responsibility

At AP Sensing we recognize the importance of social responsibility. As a successful midsized company we are proud to make a contribution when it can make a difference and help others in need. 

This is made possible not only thanks to our employees, but through a worldwide network of committed business partners – their efforts are a major reason for our continued success. Due to our worldwide presence we often see firsthand how difficult life can be for people living in poverty, or for victims of natural disasters. 

We also want to recognize the hard work and dedication of organizations that improve conditions for the poor and needy.

AP Sensing Policy for a Responsible Global Supply Chain of Conflict Materials

  • Tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold, refined from columbite-tantalite (also known as coltan), cassiterite, wolframite and gold ores, respectively;
  • Originating from the Democratic Republic of Congo and its adjoining countries — Angola, Central African Republic, Burundi, Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia (the Conflict Area); and
  • The mining and trading of which are used to fund armed conflict in the Conflict Area.

Please click here to access the complete and official policy document for AP Sensing with regard to the global supply chain of conflict minerals.

AP Sensing makes annual donations for people in need. These have included education and dental care for schoolchildren in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, improving education and nutrition in Bolivia and supporting refugee camps in countries that border Syria.

In 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act became law in the United States. Section 1502 of the Act relates to "conflict minerals” which are defined as:

  • Tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold, refined from columbite-tantalite (also known as coltan), cassiterite, wolframite and gold ores, respectively;
  • Originating from the Democratic Republic of Congo and its adjoining countries — Angola, Central African Republic, Burundi, Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia (the Conflict Area); and
  • The mining and trading of which are used to fund armed conflict in the Conflict Area.


Please click here to access the complete and official policy document for AP Sensing with regard to the global supply chain of conflict minerals.