Supplier Information

Supplier Code of Conduct

MKS has adopted the industry standard Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition ("EICC") Code of Conduct (latest revision) as its Supplier Code of Conduct. The Supplier Code of Conduct provides standards and guidelines of conduct for all suppliers doing business with any MKS company worldwide. MKS' reputation is built on honesty, integrity, quality and trust. We therefore expect that our supply chain partners to conduct themselves in the same manner, regardless of local business practices or social customs. The Supplier Code of Conduct sets out the minimum standard of business behavior expected so that suppliers act in ways that are ethical, corporately responsible and aims to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

The Supplier Code of Conduct can be found at: eiccoalition.org/standards/code-of-conduct/  

Supplier Code of Conduct Compliance Reporting  

Terms and Conditions of Purchase

Below is a link to Newport's standard Terms and Conditions of Purchase, which govern all purchase orders issued by Newport to suppliers.

Newport Corporation Terms and Conditions of Purchase  

Additional and/or different terms and conditions, quality requirements, certifications and/or other agreements will be required in connection with Newport's purchase of certain products and services, depending on the nature of the products or services and the specific Newport company, operating group or business unit making such purchases. Such requirements will be communicated to suppliers at the time of issuance of requests for quotations/proposals and/or purchase orders.

Conflict Minerals

Newport is committed to obtaining parts and supplies from businesses that share our values regarding human rights and ethical practices. To that end, Newport adheres to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission final conflict minerals rules promulgated under Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. To comply with such rules, Newport has implemented due diligence measures to determine the country of origin and the source and chain of custody of conflict minerals (namely, tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold) contained in Newport's products. We require support and assistance from our suppliers in our compliance efforts, and we have an expectation that our suppliers will (i) conduct reasonable due diligence on the country of origin and the source and chain of custody of conflict minerals contained in materials and components supplied to Newport, and (ii) move toward "conflict-free" sourcing. Below is a link to Newport's Policy Regarding Conflict Minerals. Suppliers must adhere to this policy in order to remain an approved and qualified supplier of Newport.

Newport Corporation Policy Regarding Conflict Minerals