6th Outstanding Enterprise Award Ceremony
The Ministry of Economic Affairs held the "6th Outstanding Enterprise Award Ceremony" at the Taipei International Convention Center on November 29. Vice President Shen Rongjin of the Executive Yuan personally presented the award.
A total of 14 companies were awarded this year's Outstanding Backbone Enterprise Award, and 2 companies were awarded for creating a friendly and happy working environment.
In her opening speech, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Wang Meihua, not only congratulated the winners, but also said that due to the progress and innovation of the winners, they make manufacturing the best, and the world will be amazed by Taiwan's excellent work and competitiveness. In the future, Taiwan will face the challenge of gas emission and carbon neutrality. In addition to technological innovation, carbon reduction technology must also be integrated into the manufacturing side. To assist the transformation of industries in various fields, the government will help Taiwan companies learn from each other through a cross-disciplinary approach, and will also assist collect foreign information, analyzing the feasibility and cost of carbon reduction technologies, and help more manufacturers invest in carbon reduction transformation to achieve carbon neutral.
Vice President of the Executive Yuan, said in his speech that the Backbone Enterprises Awards are inspired by German invisible champion theory, and through the support of government counseling resources, the enterprises can continue to thrive. In the speech, he also emphasizes the carbon neutral is an important issue of the industry, citing the Fellow of ITRI's as saying that net-zero emissions are not just about costs, but a survival issue, NO ESG, NO MONEY. To achieve the carbon neutral by 2050, he encourages all sectors of the industry to do early preparation. In the future, in response to international trends, the government will actively build four major centers of advanced manufacturing in Asia, high-tech R&D, advanced semiconductor manufacturing, and green energy development, as a new driving force for Taiwan's industry to grow again.