The First Computer Peripherals Technology Group, BenQ Qisda Group Joins the RE100
BenQ Qisda Group announced that it has officially joined RE100 today (December 21), becoming the first computer peripheral technology group in Taiwan to join RE100. It promised that the corporation would completely 100% use recycled energy by 2040. Moreover, it also announced the goal to reach net zero emissions by 2050. It is aggressively collaborating with the grand fleet and suppliers to work on carbon emissions reduction in response to relevant initiatives to demonstrate its sustainable actions in line with international standards. BenQ Qisda Group is holding by Qisda Corporation, which is one of the two largest LCD display and projector manufacturers in the world. Its business includes information technology, healthcare, smart solutions, networking and communication. The company owns BenQ, the global brand which provides products and services across lifestyle, business, healthcare, and the education field. The Cooperation on Reduction of Carbon Emissions Assembly and ESG Sustainable Action Workshop were held today. Not only did Qisda officially announce its carbon emissions reduction goal and process, it will also collaborate with the grand fleet and 400 partner suppliers, in which total market capitalization exceeds US$1 trillion, with the expectation of “collaborate to create common good and sustainability” to put in efforts towards carbon emissions reduction goals and caring for Mother Earth. Chairman Peter Chen of Qisda stated that since Qisda issued its first Corporate Social Responsibility Report in 2007, it has obtained the world’s first 20-inch LCD display product carbon footprint verification in 2010 and has obtained more than 50 ESG related trophies around the world since 2012. He pointed out corporations should regard ESG as their financial statements as well as second progress letter by aggressively setting goals and working hard to practice them. In addition to officially declaring its process towards the goal of net zero emissions, Qisda also invited suppliers to join them to “collaborate to create common good and sustainability” and demonstrate 100 times the strength. Taking the manufacturing process of LCD displays for example, the manufacturing process in Qisda contribute only 1% of total product life-cycle carbon emissions, with the rest coming from the production of raw materials and materials purchased by Qisda. However, through the thoughtful processes of green product design of Qisda, it has been considered and executed by quantity reduction, carbon emissions reduction, zero hazardous substances, energy saving, and recyclable materials and transportation means to demonstrate 100 times the influence. Sam Kimmins, Director of Energy at the Climate Group said: “We are delighted that Qisda has joined RE100, the global initiative led by the Climate Group in partnership with CDP. By committing to 100% renewable electricity by 2040, Qisda is taking an important step forward on improving its sustainability, joining over 380 of the world’s leading companies committed to driving market change. We encourage others to follow suit.” President Joe Huang of Qisda stated that KPI has been stipulated and connected with rewards on net zero emissions. With 2021 as the base year, Qisda expects to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Currently, Qisda has started to embark on operations such as internal carbon pricing, self-made solar energy, purchasing green energy verification and others. In addition to Qisda achieving the goal of net zero emissions, he also committed that suppliers can reduce carbon emissions by 20% by 2030. Qisda will aggressively help others to achieve this goal. The carbon emissions reduction practices of suppliers will also be included in supplier assessments, adding the assessment requirement of ESG. In response to its own promise and the target of reducing carbon emissions with the grand fleet and partner suppliers, Qisda Corporation specially founded the “ESG Sustainable Supply Chain Action Workshop”. With BenQ Foundation as the platform and starting from the examination of greenhouse gases, Qisda plans to stipulate carbon emissions reduction goals and work on energy management. In the future, it will expand to the carbon footprint of its products’ life cycle and plans to introduce biomass materials, carbon right trade, carbon negative technologies and others in order to collaborate with others to build a net zero future.
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BenQ Qisda Group Wins the “HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia” for Four Consecutive Years
The BenQ Qisda Group has delivered exceptional results again, as it has won the “HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia” for the fourth consecutive year. Upholding the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) spirit, BenQ Qisda has not only built a happy workforce, it has also introduced an employee ownership trust (EOT) program. Through this program, the Group encourages employees to become shareholders and promotes the integration of the Group’s performance and employees' interests, while simultaneously looking after employees after they retire. Based on this premise, the Group once again stood out among the 330 other competitors with its efforts recognized for the fourth time. "Qisda has continued to lay out its information, medical, smart solutions, and networking businesses through its fleet platform. As a result, a stage has been provided for colleagues to have goals to overcome challenges and realize the shared business vision and dream. "said Mr. Joe Huang, Qisda’s President."To be able to win this award for four consecutive years is without a doubt an achievement earned by all colleagues, and we will continue to work hard toward becoming the best company to work for in the world. " For example, we encourage employees to take part in the EOT program, and as we provide better rewards and more flexible systems than other companies, the participation rate of the program is nearly 90% since it took effect in 2020. As our employees work hard for the Group, its performance and results are is directly reflected in the stock prices and dividends. As a result of this, we have gradually formed a positive cycle by giving our employees real feedback. The BenQ Qisda Group has a network of talented employees from all over the world. This year, its EOP program was also extended to its fleet members and foreign employees. This action has demonstrated its ambition with respect to the Group’s global talent retention program, thus moving toward becoming the best employer in the world. Upholding its philosophy of building a happy workforce, BenQ Qisda provides multiple protection, including employee insurance, a considerate leave system, excellent compensation and reward system, as well as a variety of subsidies from the employee's physical and mental care to diverse learning development of talent. The scores in the anonymous employee survey are far higher than the industry average, thereby showing that the Group’s efforts to nurture talent and build a sound workplace have been highly recognized by its colleagues. During COVID-19, the Group provided diverse online and club activities, such as an online sports day and online lantern riddle quiz. By doing so, we enabled employees to continue to deliver results after recharging. As the health of employees is our top priority, we provided paid vaccination leave and vaccination insurance. Each year, we also encourage employees to innovate, so we organize many physical and online courses aimed to build up their professional competence. As one of the components of the Taiwan Top Salary 100 Index, we provide competitive remuneration. The “HR Asia Best Companies to Work for in Asia” is a survey conducted by HR Asia Magazine for companies in Asia. The award is the most authoritative award in the field of human resource management in Asia. HR Asia selects experts in relevant industries to form a Review Committee. Through each company’s survey reports, anonymous employee surveys, on-site visits and other means, the Review Committee evaluates the completeness and authenticity of a company's culture, environment, and welfare system to finally select brands that stand out in different areas.
Qisda Wins 4 TSAAs - 2 Gold, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze, Highlighting the Core Competencies of the SDGs
Qisda Group is committed to integrating its core competencies in promoting sustainable action projects, while expanding its fleet to include its members for involvement in achieving the SDGs. Today (12th), we received 4 TSAAs - 2 Gold, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze. Among these, the “Endless Source of Clean Energy” and “Shakeng Hongbao to Enrich the Community Industry” won the highest honor of Gold for “Environmental Sustainability” and “Social Inclusion”, “Environmentally Friendly - Packaging Reduction” of the Group’s company Hitron Technologies won Silver in “Environmental Sustainability”, while “The Only Hemodialysis Innovation in Taiwan” won Bronze for “Economic Development”. "By expanding its sustainability influence and getting the Group’s partners involved in various sustainability action projects had been made possible thanks to the power of its fleet," said Mr. Joe Huang, Qisda’s President."Among the 247 sustainability projects, Qisda proved itself by winning 2 Gold, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze covering the balanced development of ESG (environmental, social, and governance). In the future, Qisda will proactively integrate its core competencies to continue to lead its fleet to achieve the SDGs." Environmental Sustainability Gold Award - ACE Energy “Endless Source of Clean Energy” Upholding the strategy of “power conservation, power creation, power storage, and power selection”, Qisda has been making an effort to implement green actions since 2012. First, a solar PV system was installed in the Taoyuan headquarters and was certified as a green plant by the MEA in 2019. Moreover, energy-saving measures were deployed for iced water, air compressors, and lighting in 2021. At the end of the same year, new 481 kWp self-generated solar power was officially used. The team of ACE Energy (formerly BenQ Energy), a company owned by Qisda, gathered energy-saving experts of various professional fields and trained and certified them with the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP), the only international technology for energy efficiency measurement and verification. ACE Energy has been dedicated to fully deploying “energy solutions” from carbon inventory and energy-saving planning, electricity tariff management, carbon offset applications to air conditioning efficiency optimization and lighting, air compressors, and heat recovery systems. Through grid energy storage and efficient green energy units, energy is stored and saved and carbon further reduced. With extensive experience, ACE Energy also provides customers with “one-stop energy services” to continue to promote endless clean energy, while at the same time reducing operating costs and being environmentally friendly. Social Inclusion Gold Award - BenQ Foundation “Shakeng Hongbao to Enrich the Community Industry” As the vision of BenQ Qisda is “Bringing Enjoyment ‘N’ Quality to Life”, the Group has been supporting the BenQ Foundation in participating in the “Digital Opportunity Center (DOC) Counseling Scheme for Hsinchu and Miaoli” set up by the Ministry of Education in 2008. It is the company’s dedication to care for the groups with high digital divides, particularly middle-aged and elderly people, indigenous people, immigrants, the disabled, and women by improving their information learning experience and digital value-added applications. The “Shakeng Hongbao” counseling scheme is a long-term project of the BenQ Foundation set up to help the Hengshan Digital Center (DOC established in Shakeng Village, Hengshan Township, Hsinchu County). The central aim of the scheme is to help small tea farmers build their own brand through digital technology incorporated with their daily tea making life. These tea farmers in Shakeng are guided to build their brand using digital tools in order to establish their capabilities with respect to the images, farming beauty, and digital marketing coupled with the economic capacity of the community industry. “Shakeng Hongbao” is sold in Taiwan and overseas after being marketed through online media, thus increasing the community’s economic revenue by NTD2.5 million per year. With “Shakeng Hongbao” tea bags made with low pollution and recyclable materials and through natural farming, we hope to convey the idea of the “tea life, tea culture, and tea economy” to achieve sustainability and co-prosperity, therefore expanding the influence of social inclusion. Environmental Sustainability Silver Award - Hitron Technologies “Environmentally Friendly - Packaging Reduction” Qisda’s Hitron Technologies is a leading global broadband equipment brand. Although Hitron is already using 100% recyclable paper packaging materials, the amount of packaging materials used each year can be significant. In line with the SDGs’ “sustainable consumption and production”, a Packaging Reduction Task Force, led by the institutional sector, was established in 2021, to focus on packaging reduction. By 2021, a total of 4 models at Hitron Technologies have undergone packaging design reduction varying from 13.7% to 41.1% (average weight reduction of 25.21%), equivalent to a reduction of 75.05 metric tons of carbon emissions. While the company is making an effort to cut down resource consumption, it is at the same time reducing GHG emissions. With more models going through changes of the packaging design and the increase in the volume of shipments, the continuous environmental benefits will be immense. Economic Development Bronze - BenQ Dialysis “The Only Hemodialysis Innovation in Taiwan” BenQ Dialysis has combined Taiwan’s talented senior doctors of biomedical science with Qisda’s 30 years of production management experience to continue to enhance key core technologies. A dialyzer, sometimes known as an artificial kidney, is an extremely critical part of hemodialysis, and BenQ Dialysis is the only major dialyzer manufacturer in Taiwan since its establishment in 2014. With an increasing number of people in need of hemodialysis, BenQ Dialysis, as a leading dialyzer manufacturer in Taiwan, strives to solve the production needs. BenQ Dialysis has been promoting the CIP (continuous improvement program) and building the “pre-assembly equipment for Taiwan’s only automated dialyzer”. To increase the production line automation, smart manufacturing has been proactively introduced to utilize information and increase the production efficiency. As well as this, a human-machine collaboration approach has also been developed to provide high quality, safe, and effective medical devices, further achieving the SDG 9 “industry, innovation, and infrastructure” and implementing corporate sustainable development. The TSAAs encourage the achievement of successful sustainable development cases through innovative strategies, thus prompting the participating entities to make contributions with respect to social inclusion, environmental sustainability, and economic development. In the second year of the TSAAs, a total of 136 entities with 247 projects took part with 69 judges made up of experts, scholars, and successful people within society. According to the organizers, the overall performance of the companies has improved significantly with regard to sustainability and individual cases of excellence. With the efforts put in by all sectors, it is hoped that a sustainable home will be created for present and future generations.
Qisda Wins 14 TCSAs Alongside Its Fleet, Qisda Continues to Expand Its Sustainability Influence
Qisda is dedicated to business sustainability and has expanded its influence by gathering its fleet partners to take part. This year, Qisda won a total of 14 TCSAs (Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards). Not only was Qisda crowned as a “Taiwan Top 100 Sustainability Model Enterprises”, its seven fleet partners also won various awards. Among them, competing for the first time, Alpha Networks, Hitron, DFI, and MetaAge left a deep impression by winning the “Sustainability Report Award”, demonstrating that Qisda’s determination in the implementation of sustainability with its fleet, and their efforts have been widely recognized. The Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TAISE) organized the 15th TCSA in 2022 with the award ceremony taking place on November 16. According to the TAISE, a total of 424 companies entered the competition in 2022, representing an increase of 29% from last year, a record high, making it more difficult to earn an award. Qisda Chairman Peter Chen said that the Group’s first CSR report was published in 2007 and they have been working hard towards being a sustainable group for over 15 years. The Group spread its influence and joined hands with its supplies and fleet partners to practice sustainability together. The fact that seven of its fleet partners won a total of 14 awards this year compared to three companies winning eight last year shows that the result of hard work is paying off. Ranked Among the Taiwan Top 100 Sustainability Model Enterprises - Linking Transformation and Sustainable Performance Qisda has systematically and structurally set short-, medium-, and long-term targets for “corporate sustainable management”, focusing on five aspects: green products, green operations, green supply chains, social responsibility, and financial performance. With its fleet strategy, Qisda has joined hands with its partners and promotes value transformation while also linking sustainable performance. Qisda’s efforts were recognized as it won a Taiwan Top 100 Sustainability Model Enterprise award. According to Qisda President Joe Huang, as a flagship company in a large fleet, Qisda has been proactively strengthening the cornerstone of ESG sustainability by actively taking part in a variety of environmental initiatives, such as the Innovation Promotion Alliance of IMV Technologies and Taiwan Climate Partnership. In terms of society, we promote employee stock ownership trusts as well as building a happy enterprise for our employees to work at; in terms of governance, we have improved our operational performance and transparency and we have been in the top 20% of corporate governance assessments over the years. In the future, Qisda will continue to jointly promote a variety of sustainability activities with its fleet members. At the same time, Qisda will commit itself to the UN’s SDGs by integrating the core competencies and operations strategy of the fleet. Qisda strives to further expand the Group’s influence on sustainability and proactively respond to global sustainability trends.
Qisda Announces Consolidated Revenue for April 2023
TAOYUAN, TAIWAN, May 4, 2023 – Qisda Corporation today announced consolidated revenue of NT$16.0 billion for the month of April 2023, representing MoM decrease of 15% and YoY decrease of 18%. The accumulated revenue of 2023 was NT$66.5 billion, representing YoY decrease of 17%.
Qisda Announces Consolidated Revenue for March 2023
TAOYUAN, TAIWAN, April 10, 2023 – Qisda Corporation today announced consolidated revenue of NT$18.9 billion for the month of March 2023, representing MoM increase of 20.2% and YoY decrease of 15.7%. The accumulated revenue of 2023 was NT$50.4 billion, representing YoY decrease of 17.1%.
Qisda Announces Consolidated Revenue for February 2023
TAOYUAN, TAIWAN, March 3, 2023 – Qisda Corporation today announced consolidated revenue of NT$15.7 billion for the month of February 2023, representing MoM decrease of 0.36% and YoY decrease of 11.9%. The accumulated revenue of 2023 was NT$31.5 billion, representing YoY decrease of 17.93%.
Qisda Announces Consolidated Revenue for January 2023
TAOYUAN, TAIWAN, February 3, 2023 – Qisda Corporation today announced consolidated revenue of NT$15.8 billion for the month of January 2023, representing MoM decrease of 12.2% and YoY decrease of 23.1%.
Qisda Announces Consolidated Revenue for December 2022
TAOYUAN, TAIWAN, January 5, 2023 – Qisda Corporation today announced consolidated revenue of NT$18 billion for the month of December 2022, representing MoM decrease of 6.3% and YoY decrease of 18.4%. The accumulated revenue of 2022 was NT$240 billion, representing YoY growth of 6.1%.