In the search for a more balanced and sustainable world, companies have a fundamental role to play. At the heart of this commitment is the adoption of business practices that take into account not only profits, but also socio-environmental issues.

That’s why, at Hana Electronics, we are committed to a sustainable business model, aligned with ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) principles.

Our commitment to ESG practices is not a duty, but an opportunity for innovation and sustainable growth. As we move towards a more balanced future, we invite our business partners, employees and customers to join us on this journey. Together, we can build a more sustainable and promising world for everyone.


Preserving the environment is essential for the well-being of future generations. Therefore, we have implemented a series of measures to minimize our environmental impact:

Waste Management

Efficient use of resources

Sustainable innovations


We believe that the success of a company is linked to the well-being of its employees and the communities in which it operates, which is why we develop actions aimed at these interested parties.

Engagement and impact on
local community

Employee health and safety

Quality of life at work

Employee awareness
on sustainable guidelines



Good governance is the foundation of any sustainable business. To ensure transparency and accountability, we adopt the following practices:

Business ethics

Transparency in decision-making

Corporate governance practices

Legal compliance


At Hana Electronics, the Hazardous Substances Management System (HSMS) is in line with the trend in the Electronic Components Manufacturing industry to control their use, which can be harmful to the environment and human health.

This management is done through the prohibition, control and monitoring of these substances and follows standards, international directives and customer requirements.

The HSMS covers various internal processes at Hana Electronics (registration of materials, inspection of incoming materials, inspection of finished products, analysis of finished products by external laboratories), in accordance with MN002 – Harmful Substances Management Manual, and is also an interface area with customers and suppliers.


The Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) is a free, standardized reporting template developed by the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) that facilitates the transfer of information through the supply chain regarding mineral country of origin and the smelters and refiners being utilized (Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten e Gold).

Conflict Minerals Reporting Template – CMRT


Hana Electronics, through policies and procedures, requires its supply chain to commit to promoting the rational use of minerals including, but not limited to, Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten and Gold in the products supplied and that this supply chain does not directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups that are perpetrators of serious human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighboring countries.

As such, Hana Electronics’ suppliers must exercise due diligence, preferably using the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) in the 3TG supply chain and make their appropriate due diligence measures available to customers on request.


The Extended Minerals Reporting Template (EMRT) is a free, standardized reporting template developed by the Responsible Minerals Initiative to identify critical points and collect due diligence information on cobalt and mica supply chains.

Extended Minerals Reporting Template – EMRT


In line with its environmental awareness, Hana Electronics has established a Reverse Logistics System, which consists of customers returning scrap and damaged products that can no longer be used, so that they can be properly disposed of in a safe place, with the least possible risk of environmental damage.

Reverse logistics:  To enable adequate product return as well as to clarify any doubts, please contact:


Phone: (92) 2125-6845

IMPORTANT: If the customer chooses not to return the product scrapped or damaged, their decision will be formalized and sent to; In this case, additional information may be requested (eg: reports/certificates of destination).