Unimicron Recognized by the Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards


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Unimicron has been adhering to a stable management and sustainability concept, promoting corporate sustainability actions, and actively playing a core role in the ESG wave. In 2022, Unimicron was awarded the "Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Award (TCSA) Platinum Award for Electronic Manufacturing (Category 1) Sustainability Report" by the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy. 

Unimicron deeply recognizes that sustainability is a necessary component of innovation, integrity and inclusion, and a driving force to achieve value creation for stakeholders. While pursuing profit and growth, we actively integrate the strengths of the supply chain, emphasizing Environmental Protection (E), Social Responsibility (S), and Corporate Governance (G) to achieve sustainability and disclose information to meet stakeholder expectations. Since the publication of the Sustainability Report in 2011, Unimicron has been recognized by the Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards for 11 consecutive years. In the 15th Annual TCSAs this year, Unimicron won the "Platinum Award in the Electronic Information Manufacturing Industry Category 1" against 56 companies, demonstrating Unimicron's long-term achievements in ESG and receiving recognition.

Unimicron has formulated a Responsibility Policy with “Planet, People, and Performance” as the three pillars, along with seven commitments. Also, gradually implement the corporate vision of a world-class, high-tech Company with high benefits, high quality, high productivity, and an emphasis on innovative service. To create positive value for our employees, customers and shareholders, and to collaborate with our stakeholders to achieve the spirit of sustainability through our actions.

 

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