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 California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 Disclosure

By March 1, 2014, Meritor will solicit from all of its production suppliers certifications of their compliance with all applicable laws against human trafficking and slavery, will solicit similar certifications from all of its new production suppliers, and will periodically solicit updated certifications from these suppliers.

Beginning on or before September 30, 2013, Meritor will require all of its suppliers to certify their compliance with all applicable laws against human trafficking and slavery, will require a similar certification by all of its new suppliers and will periodically update its supplier certifications.  In addition, although Meritor does not currently intend to routinely conduct audits of its suppliers to evaluate their compliance with these laws, it will audit any supplier which it has reason to believe may be engaged in any activity that would violate applicable laws against human trafficking and slavery to ensure compliance with these laws.

Meritor has adopted a formal policy requiring that all of its employees and suppliers be made aware of, and comply with, laws against human trafficking and slavery, that its employees report any violation of these laws to management and that any violation of this policy may result in appropriate disciplinary action up to and including termination.  As part of this policy, the company’s buyers are required to be trained to comply with laws against human trafficking and slavery, including the steps to be taken to ensure that the company’s suppliers are aware of, and agree to comply with, this policy.