Supplier Sustainability Code of Conduct

The Toyota Tsusho Canada, Inc. (TTCI) Supplier Sustainability Code of Conduct (SSCOC) sets forth labor standards and working condition requirements for TTM’s suppliers for the purchase and sale of materials and products. The principles embodied in this SSCOC are designed to be consistent with the core conventions of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the specialized agency of the United Nations focused on global labor standards. Click on the button below to access our current SSCOC document.

Appendix IA: Higher-Risk Sourcing Countries*

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • China
  • Cote D’Ivoire
  • Ghana
  • India
  • Indonesia**
  • Japan**
  • Malaysia
  • Peru
  • Russia*
  • South Korea**
  • Taiwan**
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam

* The information in this Appendix is based on reputable NGO and other sources detailing forced labor risks, including the
Global Slavery Index. Please note that a Supplier location in one of the listed countries shall not automatically subject
the Supplier to heightened due diligence; similarly, Suppliers located in other countries not included on this list may
nonetheless be subjected to heightened due diligence based on the product supplied and other factors.

** Denotes countries identified as higher risk for fish or fish products only.

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Appendix IB: Higher Risk Products

Suppliers of the following products or any products containing any of the following materials or products may be required to undergo heightened due diligence:

  • Aluminum*
  • Batteries – including electric vehicle (EV) batteries
  • Cobalt*
  • Cocoa
  • Cotton
  • Electronics
  • Fish
  • Garments/Apparel
  • Lithium*
  • Palm oil
  • Silica-based products, including polysilicon
  • Steel
  • Sodium Hydroxide (Lye or Caustic Soda)
  • Timber
  • Tires (rubber)

In addition, Suppliers of electric vehicle (EV) batteries or their sub-materials may be required to undergo
heightened due diligence if the products or materials contain any critical minerals (noted above by *). Critical minerals also include but are not limited to:

  • Graphite
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Nickel
  • Tantalum
  • Tin
  • Tungsten
  • Zinc
  • Zirconium

The full list of critical minerals is available here.

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