1. Supplier sustainability management policy:
    Implement local procurement to reduce carbon emissions caused by transportation, thereby achieving timely and appropriate procurement, reducing management and operating costs and maintaining and creating local employment opportunities, and extending the scope of supply chain management to environmental aspects, social aspects, and governance ESG issues including labor rights, environmental protection, safety and health, ethics and management systems are all included as supplier self-assessment and audit requirements to establish risk management and control projects and identify high-risk suppliers.
  2.  Follow the guidelines:
    Sign the [Green and Environmental Protection Cutting Letter] and [Supplier Social Responsibility Commitment Letter].
    365 suppliers have signed the green and environmental protection cutting letter in 2023; 52 suppliers have signed the supplier social responsibility commitment letter in 2023.
  3. Risk assessment:
    Through the ESG (Environment, Social, Governance)-oriented [Supplier Self-Assessment Form], key and high-risk suppliers are identified to establish a foundation for long-term cooperation and implement sustainable management goals.
    414 suppliers have completed the Supplier ESG Self-Assessment Form in 2023.
  4. Audit verification:
    Follow the [Supplier Evaluation Form] to evaluate quality/delivery/ESG aspects. C/D-level manufacturers will provide guidance and require manufacturers to improve according to the manufacturer selection and management procedures.

    In the 2023 supplier evaluation, there are 441 A/B grade manufacturers (A/B grade manufacturers account for 96.1%).