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TAILYN proactively fulfills our corporate social responsibilities (CSR) while adhering to international regulations.  Our SCR strategies enhance our contributions to our country, improves our employee's, community's and society's quality of life, and provides Tailyn with a competitive advantage amongst our peers.

We implement the CSR policy through the internal “Sustainable Development Best Practice Principles” to protect the welfare of employees. Meanwhile, we also proactively promote CSR-related affairs to build a vision that lives can prosper along with the society. The Company’s vision for sustainable operations will target “shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, the environment and the society.”


Promotion of Dedicated (Part-time) CSR Unit

We have designated the HR Division as a part-time unit with the President serving as the convener to promote CSR affairs. Moreover, we abide by the “Sustainable Development Best Practice Principles” passed by the Board of Directors, and implement these Principles in our daily operations.

Sustainable Operations / CSR Organization


Risk Management

Sustainable Development Fulfillment
Stakeholder Engagement



Investors Contacts

 Robin Chen, Sr. Vice President–Spokesman

Staff Contacts

Teresa Chou, Manager

+886-3-322-2201 #3404

Supplier Contacts

Arsenal Huang, Senior Manager

+886-3-322-2201 #1401


Stakeholder Identification and Communication

The Company identifies its stakeholders based on operations of each unit. Views from different internal and external channels are collected through diverse communication means such as phone, meetings and the website.

Targeting the materiality and priority of stakeholder concerns, we are able to further understand their reasonable expectations and needs through appropriate channels.

By appropriately responding to stakeholder concerns, we maintain sound communication with stakeholders, creating a win-win situation that benefits each other. Stakeholder concerns and communication channels are as follows.


Financial Risk

 Impact of interest rate and exchange rate changes and inflation on the profit or loss on the Company, and future countermeasures:

1.Interest rate change:

​(1).Impact of profit or loss on the Company:The Group’s interest rate risk mainly arises from the floating interest rate risk of deposits. Regarding the sensitivity analysis of interest rate risk - assuming a 10 basis point increase/decrease for an accounting year, the Group’s profit or loss for 2021 will increase/decrease by NT$86,000.

(2).Future countermeasures:The Group's operating requirements are mainly of its own funds, with occasional needs for short-term loans; however, the amount is low and period is short. If there is a future short-term turnover need, the Group shall be able to be financed with its cash deposits; therefore, the impact of interest rate changes is limited. The Group's interest rate risk mainly arises from the investment in certificates of deposits. In response to interest rate changes to reduce operating risks, we choose quality financial institutions to engage in the business of dealing. At the same time, we maintain close contact with banks that we have business dealings with to obtain better interest rates, seeking a higher rate of return with lower risk.

2.Exchange rate changes:

(1).Impact of profit or loss on the Company:

The Group's exchange rate risk mainly relates to operating activities (when the currency used for revenue or expenses is different from the Group’s functional currency).

The sensitivity analysis of the Group’s exchange rate risk is mainly focused on the impact on the Group’s profit or loss and equity of appreciation/deprecation of the foreign currencies for major foreign currency monetary items at the end of the financial reporting period. The Group’s exchange rate risk is mainly affected by the fluctuation of the U.S. dollar exchange rate. When New Taiwan dollar strengthens/weakens 1% against the U.S. dollar, the Group’s profit or loss for 2021 will decrease/increase by NTD599,000.

(2).Future countermeasures:

a.With the Group’s foreign currency receivables and foreign currency payables denominated in the same currency, a considerable portion of the receivables will have a natural hedge effect. As an exchange, rate risk managed in accordance with the aforementioned natural hedge does not meet the requirements for hedge accounting, hedge accounting is therefore not adopted.

b.The financial unit and Foreign Exchange Department of the financial institutions that the Group has business dealings with maintain a close contact and collect information associated with exchange rate changes. By doing so, we fully grasp the information on domestic and foreign exchange rate trends and changes. Additionally, favorable countermeasures are adopted in a timely manner in order to reduce negative impact of exchange rate changes.

c.Upon quoting a price to a customer, we take into account possible impact of exchange rate changes and adopt a more stable exchange rate as the basis for quotation. This minimizes the impact of exchange rate fluctuations on the interests on received orders.

​d.In response to foreign exchange capital needs, we maintain foreign currency positions in foreign currency deposit accounts. Moreover, we make timely adjustments to foreign currency positions held to reduce the impact of exchange rate changes depending on the exchange rate changes

​e.Taking into consideration that the proportion of the Company's sales denominated in foreign currencies is high, we adopt forward foreign exchange transactions to reduce the impact of exchange rate changes on the Company's profit or loss.


​(1).Impact of profit or loss on the Company:

​The annual growth rate for the Consumer Prices Index in Taiwan for 2021 was a negative 1.96% and the Wholesale Price Index was a negative 9.42%. In general, inflation did not pose a significant impact on the Group's operations or profitability.

​(2).Future countermeasures:

In order to reduce the impact of cost changes on the Company's profit or loss, we keep a close eye on the fluctuation of the market price of raw materials at all times. At the same time, we make appropriate adjustments to customer quotations according to the market conditions. Our budget system and internal controls are implemented to effectively control operating costs and expenses within a reasonable 


Policy on high-risk, highly-leveraged investments, loaning of funds to others, endorsements and guarantees as well as derivatives trading, main reasons for gains or losses, and future countermeasures:

​1.TAILYN has established the “Operating Procedures for Loaning of Funds to Others”, “Operating Procedures for Endorsements/Guarantees”, and “Procedures for the Acquisition or Disposal of Assets” to regulate related operations.

​2.TAILYN takes a prudent and conservative approach when it comes to making investments. In recent years, we did not engage in high risk, highly-leveraged investments, loan funds to others or provide endorsements/guarantees to others.

3.TAILYN adopts the principle of natural hedge for its foreign currency-denominated assets and liabilities. The net positions of our assets and liabilities after offset are traded for hedging purposes through derivatives.

Information Security Risk

Information security risk assessment analysis and its countermeasures and other important risk assessments

1.Information security risk management framework

TAILYN’s Information Division is the Cyber Security Management unit, set up directly under the President’s Office. The Information Division is responsible for the planning and promotion of the entire Company's cyber security, construction of a complete network and computer security protection system. In doing so, the Company's important corporate functions including manufacturing operations and accounting are appropriately controlled and maintained and the employee’s awareness of information security raised.

2.Information Security Policy

In order to maintain the normal operation of information assets and network security, and prevent information from improper reading, leakage, tampering, theft, destruction, etc., through annual inspections and evaluations Its information security regulations and procedures are designed to ensure their adequacy and effectiveness.

3.Information security risk assessment and response measures

Information security risk assessment and response measures are implemented to prevent system data and application software from being destroyed or misused. This ensures the confidentiality and integrity of data, processing, transmission storage and circulation. In the event of an emergency such as damage or misuse, normal operation is able to be restored in the shortest time possible, reducing the damage that may be brought about by such incidents.

1. Formulate information safety-related management guidelines to maintain the enforcement rules of [system and equipment security], [data security], [personnel security], [server room security], and [network security]. Each management guidelines are implemented through annual internal audits and accountant audits.

2. Build firewalls and anti-virus mechanisms to analyze recorded incidents and identify attacks. By continuous tracking, attacks from external sources that may affect information security are able to be blocked.

3.Develop information security framework, standards and solutions, including servers, workstations, networks, databases and applications.

4.Keep a close eye to the latest information security incidents, review  countermeasures and promote the education of information security awareness.

At TAILYN, we ensure the effectiveness of cyber security through the annual review and evaluation of the cyber security guidelines and procedures, continuous strengthening of information security protection, and enhancement of the professional functions of information security talent.


Climate Change Risk


Friendly Workplace

Welfare Measures and Implementation

1Workers dormitoryFree dormitory with air conditioning and WiFi.1.Air conditioning
2.Cultural and recreational facilities.

2Staff canteenFree lunch and dinner.

3Parking spacesFree parking spaces for cars and motorcycles.

4LibraryA variety of books, magazines and newspapers.

5Travel subsidyDomestic trips are organized each year by the Welfare Committee.

6Bonuses given for major festivalsCash gifts are given on Labor Day, Dragon Boat Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival by the Welfare Committee.

7Wedding, funeral and celebration subsidiesSubsidies are granted in accordance with the “Weddings, Funerals, Celebrations, and Welfare” compiled with the internal management rules.

8Subsidy for education of employees’ childrenSubsidies are granted in accordance with the “Weddings, Funerals, Celebrations, and Welfare” compiled with the internal management rules.

9Hospitalization subsidySubsidies are granted in accordance with the “Weddings, Funerals, Celebrations, and Welfare” compiled with the internal management rules.

10Health examinationEmployee health examination are arranged as required by the laws

11Birthday cash giftCash gifts are given to employees in the month of their birthday



The retirement system and its implementation

(1) Pension Fund Contribution Plan

A. Under the “Labor Standards Act”, the Company and its subsidiary have formulated pension guidelines for employees. The Company and its subsidiaries contribute equivalent to 2% of the employees’ total wages on a monthly basis to the pension reserve deposited at the Bank of Taiwan in the name of the Labor Retirement Reserve Supervisory Committee. Before the end of each year, the Company assesses the balance in the labor pension reserve. If the balance is insufficient to pay retirement benefits for employees who conform to retirement requirements in the next year, the Company is required to fund the difference in one appropriation that shall be made before the end of March of the next year. 
B. From July 1, 2005, the “Labor Pension Act” has been fully implemented. In accordance with the Act, the Company and its domestic subsidiaries contribute an amount equivalent to 6% of the employees’ total wages on a monthly basis to the personal pension reserve accounts of the Bureau of Labor Insurance. 

(2) Pension Payment Standards

A. The “Labor Pension Act” applies to employees who joined the Company after July 1, 2005 (inclusive).
B. For employees who joined the Company before July 1, 2005 (exclusive), depending on the personal needs, the employee may opt for the pension system under the “Labor Pension Act” or the “Labor Standards Act” within five years starting on July 1, 2005. If the employee fails to choose the pension system by the end of the term, the pension system under the “Labor Standards Act” shall continue to apply from the effective date. 

C. An employee may apply for voluntary retirement under any of the following conditions:

(A) Where an employee reaches the age of fifty-five and has worked for fifteen years (inclusive).
(B) Where an employee has worked for more than twenty-five years (inclusive). 
(C) Where an employee reaches the age of sixty and has worked for ten years (inclusive).
D. For employees under the “Labor Standards Act”, two units per year are awarded for the first 15 years of services while one unit per year is awarded after the completion of the 15th year. The total units shall not exceed 45 units. 
E. Average pension wage: Based on the average wage of the six months before retirement.

Work environment and the employee’s personal safety protection measures

(1) We abide by the Labor Standards Act, Employment Service Act and Act of Gender Equality in Employment to ensure that the employee's human rights and legal rights and protected.

(2) The Company has established “Work Rules”, providing a clear mechanism and channels for employees to raise grievances. In addition, we also have an Employee Suggestion Box in place to handle grievances in an appropriate manner.

(3) To provide employees with a clean and neat workplace, we have passed OHSAS-18001 environmental safety and health management certification. Moreover, we provide employees with necessary safety and health protection facilities, while supervisors and the work safety unit regularly carry out inspections of the workplace. We arrange health examinations and special examinations for hazardous operations, while also conducting education and training on work safety and health. The physician in the plant provides regular health consultation to employees.

Common course training: 

Safety and health and firefighting training is to provide an introduction to the Company's environmental safety. Furthermore, a brief introduction to labor safety and appropriate protective equipment, protective devices and awareness of hazardous environment is also provided to protect the safety of employees in the workplace. 
Prior to changing work, new recruits or on-the-job employees must schedule safety and health education and training courses for no less than three hours according to actual needs. Employees engaged in manufacturing, handling or using dangerous or hazardous materials must add three more training hours. The above courses cover:

(1) Outline for occupational safety and health laws and regulations
(2) Outline for labor safety and health concepts and safety and health work rules
(3) Automatic inspection before, during and after work
(4) Standard operating procedures
(5) Emergency response handling
(6) Fire and first aid knowledge and drills
(7) Other labor work safety and health knowledge

The actual course is subject to the work of the employee receiving the training.
For sales supervisor at all levels, six extra hours of courses are added prior to new employment or transfer, including:

(1) Safety and health management and execution
(2) Automatic inspection
(3) Work method improvement
(4) Safety operation standards



In case of fraud, sexual harassment or other unlawful conducts, employees may report to the HR Division, Legal Affairs Department, Audit Department, or the President and Chairman.


Newcomer Education and Training

Education and Training Implementation Status

(1)Education and training is provided to ensure TAILYN’s employees are equipped with required capabilities to meet quality standards, fulfill customer needs, and increase corporate competitiveness. TAILYN has established employee education and training management procedures to regulate each level, each function and common course training and self-motivated training. A summary of the guidelines are as follows:

A. Training at levels: including training provided to newcomers, contract workers and agency workers. Training provided to general employees and grassroots, mid-level and senior supervisors

B. Functional training: Basic concepts of the Company and work are provided to newcomers, including duties of each department, product introduction and management rules.

C. Common course training:

Quality management training is provided to quality-related employees so that they are equipped with necessary quality awareness and capabilities in the course of performing duties. This allows them to constantly improve their work performance and quality.

Safety and health and firefighting training is to provide an introduction to the Company's environmental safety. Furthermore, a brief introduction to labor safety and appropriate protective equipment, protective devices and awareness of hazardous environment is also provided to protect the safety of employees in the workplace.

Prior to changing work, new recruits or on-the-job employees must schedule safety and health education and training courses for no less than three hours according to actual needs. Employees engaged in manufacturing, handling or using dangerous or hazardous materials must add three more training hours. The above courses cover:

(A)Outline for occupational safety and health laws and regulations

(B)Outline for labor safety and health concepts and safety and health work rules

(C)Automatic inspection before, during and after work

(D)Standard operating procedures

(E)Emergency response handling

(F)Fire and first aid knowledge and drills

(G)Other labor work safety and health knowledge

The actual course is subject to the work of the employee receiving the training.

For sales supervisor at all levels, six extra hours of courses are added prior to new employment or transfer, including:

(A)Safety and health management and execution

(B)Automatic inspection

(C)Work method improvement

(D)Safety operation standards

Fire training arrangement and hour requirements shall be carried out in accordance with QW-AA-001 “Contingency Plan and Control Guidelines”.

D.Advanced quality training: According to the needs of the worker's quality techniques, training on internal or external statistical techniques, process capability, statistical sampling, data collection and analysis, problem identification, problem analysis, and correction, and preventive measures is aptly provided 

E.Self-motivated training: including computer and network operation training, language training, and internal instructor training.

F.Special training is provided to workers who interact with customers.


(2)Each year, the supervisor of each department and the HR Division arrange an annual training plan based on the Company's target policy, employees’ performance interview, work specifications and duty rotation. The supervisor of the department assigns colleagues to receive external training as needed due to their duties or work, After training is complete, the result of its effectiveness is tracked via questionnaires, feedback, experience report, experience presentation and result evaluation.


Greenhouse Gas Management

Amid the increasingly serious global climate change and global warming, at TAILYN, we understand that energy on Earth is precious and non-renewable. Given such concern, we establish various energy reduction measures according to the impact of the operating activities. These measures include turning off the lights when not in use, paperless, waste classification and resource recycling to reduce the impact on the environment from operations.

[Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory Management]

TAILYN's emission sources are not required to be inventoried by the Environmental Protection Administration, Executive Yuan. In addition, global warming or climate change have gradually become a risk issue that must be taken into account by companies when considering operations and access to resources. Based on such notion, we take the initiative to carry out greenhouse gas inventory in accordance with the ISO 14064-1 greenhouse gas management system, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the World Resources Institute (WRI) greenhouse gas inventory protocol (GHG Protocol Initiative). By doing this, we are able to understand our GHG emissions and trends so that we can make plans in advance.

Our main source of GHG emissions is purchased electricity. Pursuant to Article 9 of the “Energy Administration Act”, TAILYN is a large electricity user with a contracted capacity of 800KW or more, which should save 1% or more electricity each year. As stipulated in the Article, an energy management organization has been set up to be responsible for formulating and implementing audits. TAILYN has set an annual electricity saving objective of 1% or more for 2016-2020 (in 2019, as a result of investment in production equipment, the electricity rate was 0.8%). The achievement of energy conservation and carbon reduction is facilitated and reviewed by the Company's CSR organization. The objective for 2016 to 2021 is to reduce CO2 emissions by 30 tons (2020 is used as a base year).

The categories, quantities, items, efficiency, period and methods for the submission of energy consumption are reported to the central competent authority by the energy user for the conversion of GHG emissions.

Energy Management

Since 2013, we have been implementing energy-saving measures and improving energy efficiency of equipment:

The standard for air conditioning for indoor temperature is set at 26 degrees or more.
At night, with employees working overtime in different areas, air conditioning is turned off between 18:00 and 20:00. offices, meeting rooms and dormitories are equipped with independent air-conditioners, they should be turned off when leaving. Special personnel, dormitory wardens or guards are designated to conduct inspections from time to time. Dormitories are equipped with independent electricity meters to control the use of electricity.
Filters of air conditioners are regularly cleaned and air-conditioning equipment is maintained each year to keep them in their best condition and reduce energy consumption.
A time controller is installed in drinking fountains, which are on sleep mode on weekends and holidays.
Automatic sensor lights are installed in public areas in the plant. The lighting in the parking lot and garden is controlled by a sequence timer.

Lights are turned off during lunch breaks and lighting is reduced in the centralized office area during overtime hours. As well as this, we continue to promote the idea of turning off the light when leaving,

while gradually replacing the lights with LED lights.

Energy-saving and carbon reduction achievements for the past years:

  • In line with the Energy Saving Performance Assurance Project initiated by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Plant A underwent an upgrade by replacing air-conditioners, chillers, air handling units, and total heat exchangers. Prior to making an improvement, a baseline report was submitted after the baseline measurement was carried out and Plant A was selected by the Bureau of Energy after inspection. The upgrade was completed in September 2020 and obtained government subsidies. Energy Saving Performance Assurance Project, Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs. Air-conditioning status is checked via a monitoring system, and its energy-saving and consumption can also be remotely adjusted including its on/off time and settings. The result after the improvement - total energy saving rate reached 47.26%, exceeding the original target of 41.4%, a significant improvement.
  • We carry out energy-saving projects for air conditioning, electricity, lighting and other equipment that consume power, while regularly reviewing power-consumption equipment and making gradual replacements.
  • In 2021 Q4, continuous monitoring systems were installed in the old TRANE air conditioners in Plant B. This enables the monitoring and controlling of the discharge (return) water temperature of cooling water. In 2022, the integration of total high voltage power consumption is expected to be planned to facilitate analysis and control electricity consumption.
Water Resource Management

In light of the serious impacts brought about by extreme weathers and the more and more frequent alternation between floods and droughts, people realize that substantial adjustments are required to address climate change in the future. A water-conserving and water-recirculating society is to be created accordingly to ensure a balance between the supply and demand of water resources. There is no process waste in the facility; the water is only meant for use by employees and the cafeteria in the daily life. Water conservation measures are adopted. Water is recycled and reused. The use efficiency of water-consuming equipment is enhanced. 

  • The two-step water-conserving valve is installed for the toilets and the water flow for the faucets of the sink is reduced to half. 
  • Rainwater recycling devices are in place in Building C (with approximately 10 tons of water stored) for watering flowers and plants and for cleaning purpose. 
  • The oily water separator is installed in the kitchen for the water discharged so that the water meets requirements. 
  • Old pipelines are eliminated and renewed from time to time. 
  • The filter is replaced periodically for the water dispenser and quality of the water is tested to ensure safety. The equipment is maintained and cared for periodically. The cylinder is disinfected and cleaned to improve the use efficiency of water-consuming equipment. 
  • Information about water conservation, electricity conservation, and cherishing the resources we have is shared on the bulletin board or through email from time to time or quarterly meetings, orientation for new hires, and internal employee education are taken advantage of to help people understand the correct use of water and electricity. 
Waste Management

The Company is in the electronics components manufacturing industry, and it engages in assembling of electronic products, with any use of toxic chemicals. Waste generated in the plant is centralized to be treated and classified. According to the category of waste, professional and qualified environmental protection vendors are entrusted for waste recycling or treatment. The back-end treatment is mainly incineration and physical treatment. As a responsible manufacturer in society, we make every effort to manage our waste, and waste removal and disposal are regularly tracked and audited by the Authorization Department to ensure waste is legally treated. 

Waste we generate can be divided into general business waste and hazardous business waste. Hazardous waste is waste electronic parts, printed circuit boards and their power and liquid generated by the plant. Other waste is classified as general household waste and resource recycling generated by business activities.

The main emission source is small volume of tin fume generated by the soldering process; there is no large volume of nitrogen oxide (NOx), sulfide (SOx) or other harmful gas emissions. Through the activated carbon adsorber, waste is discharged from the exhaust pipe, while air pollutants are regularly monitored. The Authorization Department carries out routine inspections and maintenance of the exhaust equipment to ensure all monitoring data meet the regulatory requirements.



  • e-documents and processes are encouraged to reduce the use of paper.
  • Eco-friendly tableware is used in the staff canteen and employees have their own cups; ceramic mugs are used for guest visits and in meeting rooms.
  •  We continue to promote proper waste classification and recycling as well as providing necessary education and training to newcomers.
  •  Storage areas are regularly checked to ensure the health and safety of the environment.
  •  Occasional audits are carried out to ensure that there is no incomplete classification of waste or waste being arbitrarily discarded.
  •  In terms of the reduction of product packaging materials, we are committed to shipping products in their original packaging (e.g., complete reuse of original packaging) to customers. We strive for not adding more packaging materials, including cartons, shockproof materials and parts boxes.
  •  In 2020, old storage cabinets were replaced and waste storage location adjusted to reduce manpower handling, enhancing efficiency.
  •  Organic solvents are stored in an independent space which is locked and managed by designated personnel.Fire alarm and explosion-proof facilities are in place to ensure the safety of the storage area.

Implementation effectiveness:

  1.  In 2021, general business waste decreased by 27.19 tons or 26.45% from 2020.
  2.  In 2021, hazardous business waste decreased by 0.12 tons or 3.11% from 2020.
  3.  In 2021, recycling volume decreased by 11.57 tons or 22.6% from 2020.

We have attained qualification certifications including international quality assurance standards (TL9000, ISO9001), safety management system (ISO45001), environmental management system (ISO14001), and quality management systems standard for the automotive industry (IATF16949), product hazardous substances (RoHS), and process management system related to electronic and electrical parts and product hazardous substances (QC080000). We are committed to the implementation of factory waste reduction, resource classification and recycling in order to protect Earth's natural resources and the environment. Moreover, to fulfill CSR and make our living environment sustainable, we have incorporated ISO 14001 and ISO45001 environmental protection certification as key points for us to select vendors, while including “continue to implement the reduction of pollutant emissions and reduce the use of energy resources” as an audit item. As we take into consideration the recycling, reuse and treatment of products after they reach the end of life cycle, we avoid causing pollution to the environment when we design green products. When it comes to selecting components and parts, we demand our suppliers to provide products that meet TAILYN's “Table of Allowable Concentration of Restricted Substances Used in Products”. Our suppliers’ products must also meet the latest RoHS requirements, further eliminating the hazards to the environment and human beings. In terms of the green supply chain, as a means to achieve waste reduction, we uphold the principle of integrity and mutual benefit with suppliers and do our utmost to assist vendors in the recycling and reuse of peripheral materials, such as packaging materials. In the supply chain involving green management, we work closely with suppliers to jointly and continuously improve our approaches taken into the contribution to sustainable earth.

In the electronic component industry, the Company plays the role of midstream in the supply chain. As GHGs pose as a significant adverse impact on climate and environmental factors, under the greenhouse effect influence, the frequency of natural disasters including floods, droughts, and windstorms is increasing due to climate change. With the intensity and breadth of these disasters becoming larger, when impacted, the Company's grasp of the goods supply of upstream manufactures and delivery schedule of downstream customers are bound to be affected. Other than demanding quality, we make an effort to communicate with upstream manufacturers regarding the environmental impact of products throughout their life cycle as well as that impact on the environment from processes must be taken into account, from raw material production, transportation, production, product transportation, product use to disposal of products after use. As these environment performances are presented on the product, the product’s footprint, water footprint or other environmental impact footprint are vital indicators. Given such notion, the Company is committed to hazardous substance management, pollution prevention, energy conservation, water waving, and waste reduction. By doing this, we hope to gradually form a green supply chain from the upstream (original suppliers), midstream (the Company) and downstream (customers) in the industry.

Green Solution

Green Solution

TAILYN Green Product Design Principles:

  • Improved product energy efficiency  
  • Careful selection of raw materials and supplies that are harmless to the environment
  • Use of simple packing materials, raw materials, and supplies 
  • Easy-to-disassemble and recycle design


Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

  • TAILYN, adhering to its vision of growing with suppliers, has been looking at its suppliers as the best business partners since it was established and has been consolidating supply chain management in order to keep track of the pricing, lead time, and quality of resources and to accordingly enhance the competitive advantages of its products on the market and provide customers with fast and satisfying services.
  •  In honor of the principles of fairness and information transparency, while making purchases, our colleagues will approach multiple suppliers, ask for their quotations, and compare prices in order to select the right suppliers objectively and impartially. Besides the fact that all colleagues are asked to be honest and self-disciplined, the Legal Department of the Company will mail out the “Anti-corruption Statement” to each of its suppliers to ensure that they know the means to file complaints, if any.
  •  TAILYN has multiple guidelines in place, such as the “Supplier Management Procedure” and the “Purchase Management Procedure” to be followed by the suppliers and the staff of the Company while doing business and requirements are stated in purchase orders, such as confirmation of lead time, quality requirement, and regulations about intellectual property rights, among others, to avoid damage to each other’s business reputation and interest.

Green Supply Chain

  • In order to fulfill its corporate social responsibilities and to realize a sustainable life and environment, TAILYN includes environmental safety certifications such as ISO 14001 and QC080000 as part of the highlights in the screening of suppliers and includes “persistent reduction of pollution and emissions and conservation in the use of energy and resources” as part of items to be audited. TAILYN is TL9000 certified and promises that all of its activities meet regulatory requirements of the government. 
  • In the design of green products, in light of the recycling, reuse, and reprocessing at the end of a life span, suppliers of parts and components are asked to provide products meeting the criteria shown on the “Table of Allowed Concentrations of Restricted Substances in Products” of TAILYN and the products must meet the latest EU RoHS requirements for the sake of avoiding polluting the environment and eliminating the hazards for the environment and humans. 
  • In terms of the green supply chain, integrity and reciprocity are the guiding principles in the interaction with suppliers. For peripheral supplies that may be recycled and be reused, such as the packing materials, assistance will be provided to the suppliers in recycling and reusing them wherever possible in order to reduce the amount of trash generated. For the green management involved in the supply chain, TAILYN will work closely with its suppliers and jointly seek continuous improvements as its commitment to a sustainable earth. 


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Social Welfare And Donations

Donated in 2020 and 2021 to the Reindeer Children Foundation for the Project to Purchase Land for a Secure Home of Children

Tailyn Technologies, Inc. devotes resources to help with or is involved in community development and related events of charity and public interest groups to promote community development by donating to the Reindeer Children Foundation. 

The following are details about the Land Purchase Project of Reindeer Children’s Home to help give children a secure home in 2020 and 2021 of the Reindeer Children Foundation: ​

  1. Project Title: A Secure Home for Children 2020 and 2021 ~ Land Purchase Project of Reindeer Children’s Home
  2. Purpose: To raise funds for repaying the land purchase loan of NTD 20 million only of the Foundation's new site meant to make children feel more at home and to help them grow steadily.
  3. Clients of Foundation: Children and teenagers aged 0 to 18 who are placed mainly because of mishaps in their families, financial difficulties, parents being arrested and serving terms in prison, the lack of someone for them to rely on, child abuse; there are 70 tenants now.
  4. What does the foundation do? Taking care of the tenants’ life, psychological and behavioral counseling, schooling and homework assistance, helping the tenants form skills to live independently and get prepared to leave the foundation, employment assistance and follow-up, etc. 
  5. Purpose of raised budget: The raised funds are used exclusively for repaying the bank load for the new site of Reindeer Children Foundation (Lot No. 459, Gaoshuang Section, Yangmei District).
Volunteer Program

At TAILYN, we do our utmost to care for society by proactively giving back to society and local communities. Moreover, we gather our employees to partake of social welfare and neighborhood community activities so that we are a part of community development and harmony. As well as this, we facilitate environmental education and environmental maintenance management to encourage environmental protection and nature conservation externally. By creating a healthy environment and cultural heritage in the community, we are fulfilling our corporate social responsibility.

2020 Beach Cleanup Event

We uphold the concept of “what is taken from society must be given back with gratitude”. The government's commitment is to save energy and reduce carbon, create a green ecological environment, and maintain a clean coast, while encouraging people to get to know about the ocean, be close to the ocean and even go in the ocean. This allows people to appreciate their legacy so that Taiwan will leave abundant natural resources for generations to come In response, we organized a beach clean in Zhuwei, North Coast, inviting colleagues and their families to take part in the International Coastal Cleanup Day on September 19, 2020. By organizing this event, we hope to build up the concept of environmental protection of our colleagues, while at the same time promoting the idea of protecting and being close to the ocean and doing our part in marine conservation. Moreover, we also reduce plastic and waste, demonstrating our commitment to protecting our beautiful home with actions.

At 8am on September 19, 2020 (Saturday), 206 employees and family members gathered at Fuhou Temple (North Coast). Following the instructions of members of the Welfare Committee and the Society of Wilderness, the result of a morning beach clean was a total of 3,000kg of garbage, giving back the beautiful look of the beach.

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