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2019/05/21


        After passing the green production and green building evaluation, Ta Ya Electric Wire and Cable was awarded the Green Factory Mark by the Ministry of Economic Affairs on May 21. This was the first Green Factory Label ever to be awarded to an electric wire and cable manufacturer, placing Ta Ya a step ahead of competitors.
        The Green Factory Mark certification requires compliance with both the hardware and software requirements and at the same time with factory building and operating management. In the hardware section, Ta Ya Electric Wire and Cable has been awarded the Green Building Mark by the Ministry of the Interior. In the software section, Ta Ya Electric Wire and Cable passed the green production evaluation of the Industrial Development Bureau for operating management. By integrating both aspects, the Green Factory standards are established.
        International environmental protection specifications are being updated constantly and world-leading manufacturers incessantly establish green procurement specifications to achieve green supply chain management. Ta Ya Electric Wire and Cable values corporate social responsibilities (CSR), and it endeavors to balance environmental, social and governance (ESG) development. Apart from complying with the international environmental protection trend, the award of the Green Factory Mark from the Ministry of Economic Affairs marks that Ta Ya Electric Wire and Cable is on the road to industry greening and building a green industry.
        The Green Factory Mark is a voluntary mark. Through applying for the Green Factory Mark certification, Ta Ya Electric Wire and Cable has comprehensively reviewed the plant’s overall production constitution to capture the direction for constant progress and development in the future. With this opportunity, Ta Ya Electric Wire and Cable also seeks opportunities for creating green business opportunities to promote sustainable development for the industry.

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