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Meet you at METS Amsterdam

The METSTRADE Show is the world’s largest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems. We are the only truly international B2B exhibition for the marine leisure industry and have served as a platform for innovation, market developments and networking since our launch in 1988. In addition to the overall leisure marine industry, we cater for three specialist sectors, namely Superyachts, Marinas and Yards and Composites. We do this through three specialised pavilions, each offeriMETSTRADE logong a smaller self-contained show within the larger METSTRADE Show context.


No radioactive material in Tasonic's Stainless Steel products

There are a lot news regarding radioactive elements in stainless steel productions of India found in Germany and Sweden. Our material are all purchased locally in Taiwan and go through radiation detection before purchasing. Customers of Tasonic don't need to worry about radioactive substances in our products. Please click the file icon in below right corner to see the certification.


Policy Statement on DRC Conflict-Free Minerals

Tasonic is committed to support and subscribe to the use of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Conflict-Free Minerals which include gold (Au), tantalum (Ta), tungsten (W) and tin (Sn). “DRC Conflict-Free” is defined to mean products that do not contain conflict minerals or their derivatives determined to be directly or indirectly financing or benefiting armed groups in the DRC or adjoining country (Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Angola, Congo, Central African Republic).
Tasonic has established and implemented procedures to comply with this policy. Tasonic requires all suppliers to undertake reasonable due diligence within their supply chain to ensure that the minerals are not being sourced from mines in conflict areas. Suppliers are required to source minerals from any current published list of Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition-Global e-Sustainability Initiative (EICC-GeSI) audited smelters.