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ESG Strategy

ESG Strategy

Three Pillars and Seven Commitments

To further strengthen the spirit of corporate sustainability, we have formulated an “ESG Policy” with “Concern for the Planet, Respect for People, and Pursuit for Performance” as the three pillars, along with seven commitments. We create positive value for employees, shareholders and all stakeholders, and gradually implement the corporate vision of an excellent, high-tech Company with high benefits, high quality, high productivity and an emphasis on innovative service. We also pursue customer, employee, and shareholder satisfaction, and fulfill our social responsibility, thereby ensuring our sustainable growth.

Concern for the Planet

We have established the Energy Conservation and Carbon Reduction Management Committee to measure the impact of climate change with the concept of Plant, People and Performance. The Company implements the concept of complete pollution prevention in compliance with local regulations and implements the action blueprint to actively seek and promote full-range environmental action in the plants. Unimicron aims to be customers’ best partner and insists on providing high quality and environmentally friendly products.

Respect for People

• Creating fair and diverse employment opportunities for all operation sites to promote local economic growth. Unimicron raises the Company’s growth momentum through various recruitment channels. We have established complete recruitment standards and mechanisms to ensure that employees can develop their talents and perform jobs they are apt for through appropriate tests and interviews. Unimicron adheres to the principle of "taking from society and giving back to society," with long-term investment, combining internal and external resources of the group, and cooperating with stakeholders, to actively promote the three main social welfare pillars of local participation, caring for the disadvantaged, and diversity and equality. The Company hopes to exert positive social influence, drive continuous progress in society, bring warmth to more people, and exert more positive influence.

Pursuit for Performance

The Governance Aspect:Maintain cooperative relations with the material and equipment suppliers around the world, and have close cooperation with domestic and foreign research units and academia. Develop products that meet market trends and customer needs; win customer satisfaction and trust through R&D resources and high interaction with customers, to ensure that products are in the leading position in the world.

The Environmental Aspect:To implement green procurement and manufacturing strategies to make our products comply with non-hazardous substance regulations, and to improve the efficiency of energy resources use, waste reuse rate, and wastewater treatment efficiency to reduce raw material consumption and environmental emissions, thereby reducing operating costs and environmental impact.

The Social Aspect:Formulate labor policies by the labor laws and regulations of the location of the operating base, cooperate with global customers’ regulations and international standards, and improve the management mechanisms for talent retention, training, and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) to build an equal, safe and stable employment and development environment.





To enforce corporate governance, improve information transparency, protect and respect the interests of shareholders and stakeholders.

2.1 Corporate Governance


To manage the Company with high ethical standards, require all employees to abide by laws and maintain their integrity, respect human rights, protect intellectual property, and prevent fraudulent conveyance jeopardizing the rights of the Company, customers, and suppliers.

2.1 Corporate Governance
3.3 Customer Relationship
6.1 Human Rights


To comply with local labor laws, customer requirements, the Responsible Business Alliance Code (RBA) of Conduct and other international standards; ensure equal employment opportunities, humane treatment, employee communication, and working conditions ...etc.

2.3 Sustainable Supply Chain
6.1 Human Rights


To establish a supplier management system and standards and regularly communicate with suppliers to ensure a stable, sustainable, and win-win partnership, procure environmentally friendly products and follow the management principles of the OECD, and prohibit the use of raw materials containing conflict minerals from high-risk conflict areas.

2.3 Sustainable Supply Chain


To participate in social welfare and emergency relief activities based on the philosophy of “Taking from the Community and Giving back to the Community,” to spread love, to give back to the community, and to fulfill our responsibilities as a corporate citizen.

7.1 Social Contribution


Follow HSF Quality Policy, to continuously enhance our technology standards and innovate to meet customer and market demands and be actively involved in environmental initiatives and lower production costs to solidify our core competency.

2.3 Sustainable Supply Chain
3.2 Green Product Management


Follow Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Resources Policy, to enforce implementation of environmental and Hazardous Substance Management systems, comply with environmental protection and industrial safety regulations, respond to the green movement - "Reduce, Reuse, And Recycle" and conserve energy, reduce waste, and build a safe and comfortable working environment.

5.2 Energy Resource Management
6.4 Occupational Safety and Health

The implementation of the SDGs

In response to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Unimicron has integrated the 17 SDGs into our development strategy and operational activities including the value chain of product development, raw material procurement, manufacturing, and sales, as our long-term strategy for sustainable development.

Through the materiality analysis process, we link and rank major issues and SDGs, distinguish three different levels and identify the most relevant SDGs to Unimicron’s core operations to formulate sustainability commitments and goals. The highest level is those linked to the Company's core business and can meet the sustainability goals of SDGs through the formulation of management policies. The second is risk management, which aims to reduce the negative impact that the Company may have on global sustainable development in the course of its operations. Therefore, Unimicron has established a management and measurement mechanism to mitigate various potential impacts. Those SDGs that are not directly related to the Company's current development are defined as the lowest level but may evolve into Company-related sustainability issues in the future due to the development of the international situation, and therefore they will continue to be concerned. In response to the 6 SDGs, Unimicron analyzed the SDGs relevant to Our Three Pillar X Seven Commitments to the investment of the resource more effectively.

Unimicron Strategy



Linking core competence
The Company’s core business and competence can be linked to SDGs, and by formulating development strategies and performance indicators, it can actively achieve the sustainability goals expected by the SDGs.

Reducing the impacts
Focusing on reducing risk and impact, the Company establishes a management and measurement mechanism, continues to pay attention to the sustainable impact that may be caused by the Company's operations, and decides on mitigation actions.

Continuing to follow trends
It is a potential sustainable issue in the future and has no obvious direct connection with the Company's current development. In the short term, the Company will mainly pay attention to international development.

Unimicron Value Chain and Seven Practical Strategies

Three Pillars

Unimicron Value Chain

Concern for
the Planet

for People

Pursuit for

Seven Commitments

• Establish climate change adaptation plans to assist cities' capabilities in climate change adaptation and post-disaster recovery.

• Reduce the impact of emissions and waste generated by production and operations in urban areas.

• Develop green and sustainable products to mitigate the impact of climate change. Set greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets, improve energy efficiency, and slow down the negative impact of the GHG effect on the ecosystem.

• Reduce the impact of each operation site on the natural environment and resources, protect the natural ecosystem, and live in harmony with nature.

• Implement the concept of legality and tolerance in all operating locations, so that all products can comply with the sustainable spirit of the environment and society.

• Work with community partners to reduce the harmful effects of cities on the environment.

• Implement sustainable management of the supply chain and enhance the ability to negotiate with customers. Assist suppliers in continuous improvement and monitoring of possible operational disruptions caused by climate change risks.

• To implement green procurement and establish long-term partnerships with suppliers with excellent environmental performance. Require important suppliers to cooperate with audits for the RBA Code of Conduct, and coach suppliers to meet the requirements of RBA and supply chain management.

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