In response to global climate change and to reduce the negative impact on the environment, the Group evaluates suppliers’ CSR in three areas: environmental protection, quality and price, and labor and human rights.

  • Environmental Protection
    • Hazardous Substance Management: In response to international environmental laws and regulations and company policies, the Group prevents hazardous substances from being mixed into products to protect the global environment and reduce the impact on the ecosystem.
    • Pollution Prevention: Suppliers should reduce unnecessary resource consumption and waste generation through production improvement, equipment maintenance, natural resource conservation, material recycling and reuse.
    • Waste Cleaning Vendor Qualification: Qualified to clean up waste disposal license.
    • The supplier should obtain the environmental permits, approvals and registration documents required by law.
    • Energy and Carbon Reduction: Suppliers should minimize energy and resource consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Quality and Price
    • We regularly review the quality, delivery and sustainability of our suppliers and require them to continuously improve the quality of their deliveries to meet the Group’s requirements.
    • Suppliers shall faithfully execute all transactions and shall not damage the interests and image of the Group, and undertake not to transfer benefits with the Group’s employees or relatives or friends. The Group has set up a complaint hotline and a mailbox for suppliers to respond in a timely manner to ensure that their rights and interests are protected.
    • Preference is given to suppliers who have passed ISO 9001 certification when evaluating suppliers.
  • Labor Rights
    • Prohibition of Child Labor: Supplier shall ensure that employees are employed at an age that is required by local law to be of working age.
    • Labor relations: The suppliers shall ensure that employees are paid no less than the minimum wage required by local law. The labor be on leave and shift system shall comply with the local legal requirements.
    • Gender Equality and Respect for Human Rights: Suppliers shall prohibit all sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace and shall not use race, gender, age, marital status, political affiliation or religious beliefs as criteria for the appointment, evaluation and promotion of employees.