Walsin Lihwa is committed to business integrity, focuses on core businesses, and excels in risk management, pursuing stable profitability while continuing resolving CSR-related economic, environmental, and social issues by systematic objective setting, review, and adjustment to enable effective corporate governance in day-to-day operation.
Sustainability promotion strategy
Enhance the functionality of the governance structure, ensure compliance with related regulations and strive to increase stakeholders' trust in Walsin
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About Walsin Lihwa
Walsin Lihwa Corporation was founded in 1966 with a capital of NT$30 million, and started out as a manufacturer of wire and cable. Walsin Lihwa is currently the leader of the wire and cable and stainless steel industry in Greater China, and is an international enterprise that has successfully entered the real estate business and made investments in the technology industry.
The Company insists on business integrity and actively promotes corporate governance…
Walsin Lihwa's total capital was NT$32.3 billion in 2020, consolidated revenue was approximately NT$112.5 billion and the number of employees reached nearly 5,000. The Company's three major business units are wire and cable, stainless steel, and commercial real estate. The Wire and Cable BU's revenue was NT$41.4 billion in 2020, shipping approximately 200,000 metric tons of bare copper wire and wire and cable. The Stainless Steel BU's revenue was NT$46 billion, shipping approximately 730,000 metric tons of primary stainless steel products. The Commercial Real Estate BU's income from real estate sales and leasing was NT$7.1 billion.
Walsin Lihwa is committed to becoming an excellent, sustainable company, and strives to make business integrity a corporate value, so that corporate social responsibility and moral values are integrated into the company's business operations and practiced by its employees. We therefore established Ethical Conduct Guidelines for Directors of the Board, Ethical Conduct Guidelines for Employees, and Regulations Governing the Handling of Business by Employees, and established the Company's corporate culture and value of business integrity by requiring employees to comply with codes of ethical conduct with respect to business ethics, labor relations, environmental protection, safety and health, internal control, corporate governance, and community involvement.