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Procurement Guidelines

The objectives of the REJ procurement policy and procedures are to ensure the purchasing activities are conducted in an open and fair manner, in accordance with legal responsibilities, appropriate interpretation of applicable laws, regulations and corporate rules and to deliver best value to our customers in a timely and responsible manner through the appropriate supplier in the global market.

1. Fair and Competitive

1) We are committed to open fair competition both domestic and overseas.
2) Purchasing activities are to be conducted in a manner that is in accordance with laws and local policy.

2. Mutual Understanding

1) Secure relationships with suppliers based on mutual understanding.
2) Proactively communicate to build trust in business partnerships and sustain over time.

3. Supplier Evaluation and Selection

All suppliers and prospective suppliers must be treated fairly and equally, in consideration of quality, price, delivery date, availability of goods or services and an effort to preserve natural resources.

4. Purchasing Green

Environmentally responsible purchases will be pursued by promoting, where legally possible to do so, purchasing practices which conserve resources, save energy, minimize waste and will maintain environmental safety and quality.

5. Personal information protection

REJ protects the personal information we have collected in the course of our business activities by using security precautions against loss and unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification or disclosure of such information.

Conflict Minerals

REJ does not purchase conflict minerals mined in DRC that can unintentionally help finance war and contribute to the violation of human rights, raw materials or parts that contain such minerals. We are committed to practicing responsible procurement of materials and parts from only reliable sources.


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