This statement is produced in pursuance of the requirements of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, and the UK Modern Slavery Act (2015).
Coilcraft is a privately held company founded in 1945 as a custom coil maker for the television set manufacturers clustered around the Chicago area. Today we produce inductors for a long list of customers in telecommunications, computers, instrumentation and consumer electronics.
Coilcraft’s headquarters are located in Cary, Illinois, with production centers spread out throughout the globe including China, Malaysia, Scotland, Vietnam, and others. Our global footprint comes with a responsibility to ensure our employees and those throughout our supply chain are treated fairly and with respect for their legal and social rights. It is with this in mind that Coilcraft built its Social Responsibility Program, the policies of which can be found here.
Coilcraft’s Social Responsibility program is built around and compliant with the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) code of conduct. The RBA is the world’s largest industry coalition dedicated to corporate social responsibility in global supply chains. The RBA’s aim is to promote high standards of ethical practices in all areas of the business, including Slavery and Human Trafficking. Coilcraft aligned its policies, actions, and monitoring practices with those standards. We communicate these same commitments to Suppliers through a variety of channels, including the Coilcraft Supplier Quality Manual, which requires Suppliers to have a Social Responsibility management system compliant with the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA).
Our Supplier approval process includes a review of the following documentation:
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