Flex disclosed in a public filing the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) is taking no action into potential sanctions violations the global manufacturer voluntarily self-disclosed in 2019.

In its annual report Friday, Flex said it self-disclosed to OFAC “possible noncompliance with U.S. economic sanctions requirements among certain non-U.S. Flex-affiliated operations” in February 2019. The company received a no-action letter from OFAC in February that the probe had been closed without further action.

The company further disclosed in September 2020 it made a submission to OFAC that completed its voluntary disclosure based on the results of an internal investigation.

In June 2021, the company notified OFAC it identified possible additional relevant transactions at one non-U.S. Flex-affiliated operation, with a subsequent update to the agency in November 2021 on the review of those transactions, per the report.

Flex, subject of a Compliance Week case study on its sustainability commitments, staffs approximately 170,000 employees in 100-plus facilities across 30 countries and provides manufacturing and supply chain services to 1,000 customers in industries including medical, automotive, industrial, cloud, and consumer.