McKesson Conflict Minerals Policy and Disclosures

We are committed to complying with all applicable Conflict Minerals Rules obligations and expect all suppliers to comply and provide necessary information.

The mining and trading of Coltan (the metal ore from which Tantalum is extracted), Wolframite (the metal ore from which Tungsten is extracted), Cassiterite (the metal ore from which Tin is extracted), and Gold, and their respective derivatives (“3TG Minerals”), originating from the Democratic Republic of Congo (“DRC”) or adjoining countries has financed conflict that has resulted in widespread human rights violations and environmental degradation. The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) adopted rules implementing the conflict minerals provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act (“Conflict Minerals Rules”). This requires SEC reporting companies to undertake an inquiry as to the source and chain of custody of 3TG Minerals and to annually report whether the products they manufacture or contract to manufacture, for which 3TG Minerals are necessary to the functionality or production of those products, contain conflict minerals that originated in the DRC or adjoining countries. If this is the case, the source and chain of custody of those 3TG Minerals must also be reported.

McKesson is committed to complying with all applicable obligations under the Conflict Minerals Rules. McKesson expects that all suppliers will comply with the Conflict Minerals Rules and with McKesson’s Conflict Minerals Policy and provide any information necessary to facilitate its compliance efforts with respect to the Conflict Minerals Rules.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding McKesson’s Conflict Minerals Program, please send an email to