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Looking back on the Summer Little Troopers event, it was a joyful journey of exploration!

Looking back on the Summer Little Troopers event, it was a joyful journey of exploration!

Looking back on the Summer Little Troopers event, it was a joyful journey of exploration! REXON Industrial invited the Little Troopers to participate in a fun and educational experience. They learned about electric tools and fitness equipment, experienced their parents' work, and expressed gratitude with self-made cards. The event fostered family awareness, responsibility, and social participation. It also showcased the Little Troopers' talents and contributions. Thanks to all participants for making it meaningful. Looking forward to more exciting activities together!

Rexon Industries is verified through the “Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards” and the “AA1000 Assurance Standard v3 Type 1 Moderate Assurance

Rexon Industries is verified through the “Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards” and the “AA1000 Assurance Standard v3 Type 1 Moderate Assurance

Rexon has published Sustainability Report for the year 2022, following the guidelines set forth by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards (2021) and the Taiwan Stock Exchange's "Operating Guidelines for Listed Companies to Prepare and Submit Sustainability Reports" and "Practical Guidelines for Sustainable Development of Listed and OTC Companies." The report was also compiled with reference to the framework provided by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) for climate-related financial disclosures. The disclosed information in the report aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and has been verified through the SGS verification process, meeting the assurance level of Type 1 Moderate Assurance according to the AA1000 Assurance Standard v3. For further details, please download the full report from the ESG section.

European Council adopts new Batteries Regulation

European Council adopts new Batteries Regulation

BRUSSELS, Belgium - The adoption process of the new European Batteries Regulation has entered its final stage. The approval stage has now been closed following the vote on Monday 10 July by the European Council.

Love Sharing

Love Sharing

As the grape season approaches, Lai Mama's grapes are being packed and loaded onto trucks to be delivered to the market. Lai Yue, a single mother, raises four children on her own. With her perseverance, courage, and down-to-earth personality, she tends to the land and cultivates grapes in Dacun Township, Changhua County. On this day, the grapes we ordered have finally arrived at the company. As the back door of the truck opens, a rich aroma of grapes fills the air. Upon opening the boxes, we see plump purple grapes, each one a testament to the meticulous cultivation of the small farmer. The small farmers are also thoughtful, cleaning every gap between the grape clusters before carefully packaging and delivering them to customers. In Taiwan, there are many small farmers like Lai Mama who wholeheartedly protect the land and grow crops with care, treating both people and the land well. By enjoying delicious and trustworthy fruits and vegetables, we can also help motivate small farmers to continue their dedication. Now is the grape season. Have you tasted grapes yet? If you missed out this year, make sure not to miss them next year.

Participating in the "Everlasting Health" Program

Participating in the "Everlasting Health" Program

Individual collectors (commonly known as scavengers) play a crucial role in the resource recycling system, tirelessly collecting and organizing recyclables day and night. The Taichung City Environmental Protection Bureau launched the "Everlasting Health" program, inviting companies to provide reflective hats, reflective vests, and other necessary items for individual collectors to improve their work safety and reduce risks during the collection process. Recently, through the sale of company commemorative T-shirts, we participated in the "Everlasting Health" program. With the enthusiastic participation of our employees, some of them generously donated money instead of purchasing clothing items directly. The total amount raised during the charity sale was TWD 9,750. We used the entire amount to purchase 102 reflective vests. The love of our company's employees will shine through the streets and alleys, serving the community with all our hearts.

Rexon joins hands with suppliers to learn and implement carbon reduction continuously.

Rexon joins hands with suppliers to learn and implement carbon reduction continuously.

In order to enhance the sustainability of the supply chain, Rexon actively formed a sustainable supply chain and worked together towards the vision of sustainability. On April 21, 2023, Rexon, in collaboration with the Industrial Technology Research Institute, organized the first "Export Product Carbon Reduction Workshop." The workshop aimed to share how Taiwanese companies respond to international net-zero emission policies. Consultants from the Industrial Technology Research Institute and experts from Hying Technology provided practical exercises on greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprint calculation for products. The goal is to lead suppliers in promoting a low-carbon economy together.

Blood Donation Is Easy, but Sharing and Giving is Challenging

Blood Donation Is Easy, but Sharing and Giving is Challenging

Rexon is 51 years old and organizing blood donation drives. How old are you this year? Are you as healthy and passionate as Rexon? After the initial experience of the "Sharing and Giving" activity, this time, the donated items were even more diverse, and the stories behind them were richer. Some people quickly took out items while their mothers were not at home (we wonder what their mothers' reaction would be...). Some struggled to part with items they had considered for a long time. Others carefully selected and made choices in their homes. As a result, their homes became cleaner and more organized. Various emotions intertwined during the "Sharing and Giving" activity. Everyone had their struggles during the process of sharing and giving. After all, these were items they had once owned, with many memories and sentimental value. However, objects themselves have no emotions. Their value only exists when they are put to good use. When they are no longer suitable for themselves and find new owners who can fully utilize their original functions, they shine again. No matter how much reluctance there is, it becomes a touching moment. Through the "Sharing and Giving" activity, we have experienced and implemented the concept of sustainable circulation in practical terms. Thank you all for making the "Sharing and Giving" activity a success once again.

Standing at Heights Unseen by Children

Standing at Heights Unseen by Children

Classrooms are where children learn, and the areas they can clean are limited to their line of sight. Therefore, it's our responsibility to clean the high places, such as ceiling fans, lights, and wall fans. Initially, we planned to clean only the ceiling fans, lights, and wall fans, but it turned out that it took almost two hours to clean just one classroom. Upon closer inspection, we noticed that our colleagues embraced the 5S spirit of the company and cleaned all the dirty areas they came across. This included the dust above the blackboard, the air conditioner vents, the dust inside cabinets, the window frames, and more. After completing the cleaning, they proceeded to wipe and return the desks and chairs to their places, and finally, they swept and mopped the floors. Our colleagues believed that the place where children study should be clean, and with this simple mindset, they diligently and attentively carried out their tasks. Buckets of water were changed, and the cleaning cloth would quickly turn dirty, but with everyone's teamwork, it took five days to complete all 30 classrooms. When we heard the teachers praising us for our thorough cleanliness, we felt relieved and accomplished. We hope all the children can enjoy studying and focus on their learning. Rest assured, we'll take care of the heights you can't see. Mission accomplished at Mei-Chun Elementary School!