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Sustainability Performance

  • NT$ 20.853 billion

    Revenue reached
    a record high

  • NT$ 4.474 billion

    Profitable for 12
    consecutive years

  • EPS of NT$ 10.59

    Record high EPS

  • Recognized
    in the top
    5%

    Ranked among
    TPEx-listed companies in
    Taiwan in the corporate
    governance evaluation
    for five consecutive years

  • Reduced electricity
    consumption

    1,419,347.4

    kWh

  • Reduced natural gas
    consumption

    66,388

    m3

  • Reduced carbon
    emissions by

    914.94

    tonCO2e

  • Recycled

    199,245

    tons of water

  • NT$

    284,129

    thousand

  • All

    PERFORMANCE
    GOALS

    were attained

Implemented 7 energy
conservation and carbon
reduction measures

Implemented 11
water conservation
projects

Environmental
protection
capital
expenditures

Electricity consumption,
PFCs emissions, water
consumption, waste
solvent volume, and
general solid waste
volume

  • 0 cases

    Complaints
    regarding
    violation of
    human rights

  • 80% and above

    Retention rate after
    parental leave for 3
    consecutive years

  • NT$ 3,110,020

    Value talent cultivation and
    provided scholarships at
    three schools

  • NT$ 27,191,335

    Total investment in social
    engagement

CSR News

Awards, Recognition and Ratings

In the 2019 assessment items of the CSA (SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment), WIN received high scores for innovation management, business ethics, customer relationship management, supply chain management, and corporate citizenship. We were thus selected as an Industry Mover in the Sustainability Yearbook 2020 published by S&P Global and RobecoSAM.

  • Recognized with the
    Green Procurement
    Enterprise Award from
    Taoyuan City.

  • Ranked in the Top 5%
    of TPEx-listed
    companies in Taiwan
    in the 5th Corporate
    Governance
    Evaluation.

  • WIN was awarded the
    "Health Initiative Mark"
    by Health Promotion
    Administration, Ministry
    of Health and Welfare.

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