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Sustainability Management

Sustainable Management Organization

To implement sustainable development, we build a business environment, fulfill corporate social responsibility, and implement corporate governance to practice our sustainable development initiative. Apart from establishing the “Business Sustainable Development Policy” and “Business Sustainable Development Procedure” in accordance with international standards and domestic regulations, we also formed the ESG Committee in 2022 to hold a committee meeting quarterly on principle. The committee is chaired by the president, senior officers of departments and offices are the members, and different teams were also established under the committee by corresponding departments. In addition to identifying and assessing ESG risks and planning counteractions ever year, the committee also accomplishes the stage targets based on the sustainable development policy to implement sustainable development actions through a top-down governance model.

Organization Chart of MPI ESG Committee

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Major Duties of ESG Committee and Teams

ESG CommitteePlan strategies and goals for sustainable development; establish annual management approaches and implementation plans for sustainable development; and supervision and audit of performance
Sustainability Promotion TeamImplementation of committee assignments, schedule planning, and data collection, analysis, and integration
Corporate Governance TeamPlanning and implementation of corporate governance, business continuity, and assessment of climate-related financial impacts
OHS, Environment, and Energy Development TeamPlanning and implementation of occupational safety, environmental management, and energy management
Supply Chain Management TeamPlanning and implementation of supply chain management, evaluation, and audit; supplier ESG and RBA-CoC promotion
Customer Service TeamConcerns about and response to active/passive customer demands and issues
Employee Affairs and Social Engagement TeamPlanning and implementation of human rights policy, employee ethics risk assessment, employee remuneration and benefits
Product R&D and Process Sustainability TeamPlanning and implementation of product life cycle assessment, response to and reduction of product/production line impacts

Stakeholder Engagement

Stakeholder identification and communication are implemented every year based on each ISO management system. In 2022 we identified eight major stake holder groups, including employees, shareholders/investors, customers, distributors/dealers, government agencies/NGOs, suppliers/contractors, NPOs, and local communities. We communicate with stakeholders and gather their opinions through channels including active/passive official documents, question sur veys, evaluations and audits, onsite visits, calls, meetings, opinion boxes, and emails.

StakeholdersConcerned IssueMajor Communication Channel2022 Communication Results

  • GHG Emissions

  • Occupational safety and employee health

  • Talents Cultivation and Retention

  • Remuneration and Employee Care

  • Occupational Safety and Health Committee meeting (quarterly)

  • Employee Welfare Committee meeting (irregularly)

  • Emergency escape drill meeting (once every two years)

  • Internal opinion box (regularly)

  • Employee satisfaction survey (once a year)

  • Education and training (irregularly)

  • Calls/ emails (irregularly)

  • Communication meeting (irregularly)

  • Occupational safety meeting: 4

  • EWC meeting: 5

  • Escape drill meeting: 1

  • Number of employee satisfaction responses: 1,346

  • Education and training: 194 sessions

  • Internal feedback from opinion boxes: 49 reports

Shareholders/ investors

  • Talents Cultivation and Retention

  • Remuneration and Employee Care

  • Product Information

  • Sustainable Development

  • Operational performance (shareholder rights and interests)

  • Supplier Management

  • AGM (annually)

  • Investor conference (irregularly)

  • Calls/ emails/ meetings (irregularly)

  • Investor relationship contact hotlines and emails (regularly)

  • Annual meeting of shareholders (AGM): 1

  • Investor conferences: 5


  • Various concerned issues

  • Customer meeting (irregularly)

  • Customer satisfaction survey (once a year)

  • Customer questionnaires/emails (irregularly)

  • Sales email (regularly)

  • Reply to ESG requests or audits: 33 cases

Distributors/ dealers

  • Product Information

  • Distributor/ dealer meeting (irregularly)

  • Distributor/ dealer conference (once a year)

  • Calls/ emails (irregularly)

  • Sales email (regularly)

  • Maintained communication of product information

Government agencies/ non-governmental organizations (NGOs)

  • Energy

  • GHG Emissions

  • Waste and toxic substance management

  • Water

  • Human rights policy

  • Talents Cultivation and Retention

  • Occupational safety and employee health

  • Social care and welfare

  • Sustainable Development

  • Operational performance (shareholder rights and interests)

  • Compliance with laws and regulations

  • Business continuity

  • Official documents/ correspondence (irregularly)

  • Calls/ emails (irregularly)

  • žVarious types of publicity/notices/surveys/ feedback: 219 times

Suppliers/ contractors

  • Product and service quality

  • Product Information

  • Operational performance (shareholder rights and interests)

  • Supplier Management

  • Communication meeting (irregularly)

  • Calls/ emails (irregularly)

  • Satisfaction survey (once a year)

  • Supplier audit (annually)

  • Supplier evaluation (annually/quarterly)

  • Procurement contacts hotlines and emails (regularly)

  • Supplier audits: 5 times

  • Supplier evaluation: 68 suppliers

Non-profit organizations (NPOs)

  • Social care and welfare

  • Calls/ emails (irregularly)

  • Official documents/ correspondence (irregularly)

  • Maintained sound interaction with NPOs

Local communities

  • Social care and welfare

  • Calls/ emails (irregularly)

  • Visits (irregularly)

  • Maintained visits on and opinion communication with residents of local communities

Management of Material Topics

Based on the “double materiality” principle, we double checked the tension and operational impact of issues that concern stakeholders. Then, through the thorough discussion of the committee and teams in terms of the four steps in GRI 3: Material Topics 2021, we determined and prioritized the material topics and set the management approaches.

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Selection of Concerned Issues and Material Topics

No.Concerned IssueMaterial Topic
1Raw materials use and management
3GHG EmissionsV
4Waste and toxic substance management
6Climate-related risks and opportunities
7Green procurement

No.Concerned IssueMaterial Topic
8Human rights policy
9Talents Cultivation and RetentionV
10Occupational safety and employee healthV
11Remuneration and Employee CareV
12Social care and welfare
No.Concerned IssueMaterial Topic
13Product and service quality
14Product InformationV
15Sustainable DevelopmentV
16Corporate governance and ethical corporate management
17Risk management
18Operational performance (shareholder rights and interests)V
19Compliance with laws and regulations
20Business continuity
21Information security
22Supplier ManagementV

Matrix of Material Topics

Matrix of Material Topics
Material TopicPositive/ Negative ImpactManagement ApproachAssessment and Management Method
Product Information

  • Market competitions

  • Product quality and service

  • Market growth

  • Rapid technology reformation and change

  • Continue to develop the technology of MEMS and
    vertical probe cards to meet the advanced packaging

  • Actively invest resources in technology R&D to ensure technology leadership

  • Develop automated application technology to catch up with the rapid design changes

  • Production-sales meeting

  • R&D meeting

Operational Performance

  • Customer orders

  • Market competitions

  • Geopolitics

  • Improve the production quality of wafer probe cards and shorten the delivery lead-time to satisfy customers' needs and get a reasonable price

  • Continue with global market deployment to lower the geopolitical impact

  • Board meeting

  • Management meeting

  • Production-sales meeting

  • Sales meeting

  • Financial meeting

GHG Emissions

  • Compliance with laws and regulations

  • Supply chain carbon reduction targets

  • Implement and verify the ISO 14064-1 organization-level GHG inventory system to make advance response

  • ESH management review meeting

  • ESG Committee

Occupational Safety and Employee Health

  • Compliance with laws and regulations

  • Covid-19

  • Employee physical and mental health

  • žImprove the occupational safety environment better than the legal and regulatory requirements

  • Optimize epidemic control measures to significantly lower operational impact

  • ESH management review meeting

Remuneration and Employee Care

  • Talents recruitment competition

  • Remuneration, benefits, and profit sharing

  • Periodically assess and adjust the remuneration policy based on the status of operations and macro environment

  • Continuously improve the workplace environment and benefits

  • EWC meeting

  • HR meeting

  • Management meeting

Talents Cultivation and Retention

  • Workforce recruitment and workforce turnover

  • Education and training and experience inheritance

  • Actively engage in university-industry cooperation and university talent recruitment

  • Support and participate in the YOUTHJOB Talents Recruitment Plan

  • žPlan complete education and training

  • HR meeting

  • Management meeting

Sustainable Development

  • Compliance with laws and regulations

  • Sustainable supply chain management

  • Establish and implement by stage the sustainable development strategy and goals

  • Establish the ESG Committee and various planning teams

  • ESG Committee

Supplier Management

  • Part quality and stock control

  • Delivery time and cost

  • RBA-CoC management

  • Enhance probing equipment and market research, improve the accuracy of market demand prediction, set the safety stock imported parts and components based on the market demand, and establish the semi-finished product stock system

  • Progressively complete the signing of the statement of compliance with the RBA-CoC, survey, and audit of key suppliers

  • Procurement meeting

  • Production management meeting

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Environmental Management


We are committed to energy conservation, carbon reduction, and hazardous substance reduction to minimize environmental impact. Every plant is established in compliance with the local environmental protection laws and regulations and achieves a green environment at high standard. Hence, we began to implement and passed the certification of the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS)in 2016. In 2022 we passed the re-verification and obtained the certificate valid until September 19, 2025. Additionally, to enhance energy efficiency, we already implemented the ISO 50001 Energy Management System (EnMS) in 2016 and have since maintained its operation. Through the operation of these management systems, we review the environmental impacts of every process and make continual improvement.

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Rate of Achieved Electricity Conservation in 2020Rate of Achieved Electricity Conservation in 2021Rate of Achieved Electricity Conservation in 2022
Total Electricity Saved1,506,710.14kWh
Focus of Energy Conservation ActionsAmount Invested (NTD thousands)2021-2023 Amount of Benefit (NTD thousands)2021Electricity Saved (kWh)2022 Electricity Saved (kWh)Expected 2023 Electricity Saved (kWh)Energy Conservation in 2021-2023 (Gigajoules, GJ)
Replacement, optimized control, and periodic maintenance of air-conditioning equipment including the cooling water pumps, chilled water pumps, cooling towers, and main chillers2,385.002,222.20196,086.05270,354.01274,389.732,666.99


To effectively clean up waste, prevent environmental pollution, maintain environmental sanitation, and further realize the recycling, reduction, and de-harming of waste, we have established the “Waste Management Operation Instructions” for the sorting, central disposal, and reporting of waste by law. Based on their permits for hazardous waste and non-hazardous waste, we hire qualified contractors to handle waste clearance and disposal. We also continuously advocate waste reduction to minimize the environmental impact of our activities and ensure no environmental pollution or impact on biodiversity.

Waste CategoryTreatment20212022
Total Weight (t)Total Weight (t)
General industrial wasteReuse27.9144.10
Thermal treatment methods6.980.00
Hazardous industrial wasteReuse0.310.70

Waste emission intensity

t/ revenue of the year (NTD million)



At MPI, the 24-hour operation of air-conditioning cooling water and the manufacturing process of production lines of plants are the major sources of water consumption, and domestic water consumption and firefighting water consumption are the secondary sources of water consumption. As we consume less water than the semiconductor industry, we are not a water-intensive business. However, we continue to adhere to our water conservation plan towards the goal of “reduction, recycling, and reuse” and emphasize the reduction of wastewater and sewage discharge. As some plants discharge wastewater and sewage due to the needs of the manufacturing process, apart from establishing the “Wastewater Treatment Operation Instructions”, we have also applied for the water pollution prevention permit by law and equipped our plants with class B dedicated wastewater and sewage treatment specialists to implement strict wastewater and sewage control so as to ensure neither influence nor impact on the biodiversity and habitats in the nearby rivers and the biodiversity in protected areas.

PlantPlants in HsinchuKaohsiung PlantPlants in HsinchuKaohsiung Plant
Water Consumption (m3)137,813.0011,320.00144,831.0014,811.00
Water Discharge (m3)66,539.007,232.9679,477.003,758.55
Water Consumption (m3)71,274.004,087.0465,354.0011,052.45

Water Consumption Intensity

Water consumption (m3)/ revenue of the year (NTD million)


GHG emissions

Global warming is currently the most severe challenge that the world is facing. With respect to the 2009 global CO2 emissions from fuel combustion announced by the International Energy Agency (IEA), Taiwan was ranked 23rd in the world. The statistics show that Taiwan is bound to bear the international pressure for reduction in the future. We began the organization-level GHG inventory in 2022. With 2022 as the base year, we established the GHG inventory management system for all plants in the first year. It is expected that the verification of the organization-level GHG inventory will be completed in 2023. In the future we will plan GHG reduction in line with the government policy to achieve the goal of emission reduction.

PlantCategory2022 (tCO2e)
All Plants in Taiwan

1:Direct GHG emissions and removals

2:Energy indirect GHG emissions

3:Transportation indirect GHG emissions

4:Indirect GHG emissions from purchased goods and services

5:Indirect greenhouse gas emissions from processing and use of sold products

6:Other sources of indirect GHG emissions








GHG Emissions Intensity

CO2e/ Revenue of the year (NTD millions)



GHGs2022 (tCO2e)
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Human Rights Policy

We fulfill corporate social responsibility (CSR) with our best efforts, value, manage, and monitor employee human rights. Based on our “Corporate SociaResponsibility Best Practice Principles”and in accordance with the international human rights conventions, we value workplace gender equality, protect the right to work of employees, and prohibit discrimination of any forms. We have also established internal regulations including the “Human Resources Management Procedures”, “Regulations for Gender Equality in Employment”, “Regulations for Measures of Prevention, Correction, Complaint, and Punishment of Workplace Sexual Harassment”, and “Code of Employee Ethics and Conduct” to protect employee human rights. Violation of employee human rights will be disciplined in accordance with the “Regulations for Employee Rewards and Disciplines”. We also continuously enhance the awareness of employee human rights and arrange education and training on the RBA-CoC and prevention of workplace sexual harassment for active employees to maintain workplace human rights.

Human Rights Core ItemsImplementation ApproachManagement Measures
No forced labor

  • Forced, bonded or indentured labor, involuntary or exploitative labor is prohibited

  • Employees are entitled to resign or terminate employment at any time without any punishment, deduction of wage, or control of their personal freedom (including passport detention, etc.)

  • Investigate problems and their crux

  • Notify the top supervisor of the relevant unit to discuss the handling measures

  • Proactively notify the competent authorities of violations

  • Post-hoc preventive measures review and observation

No child labor and protection for young employees

  • Do not hire child labor under 16 years old

  • Employees aged over 16 but under 18 are not allowed to perform work that is likely to jeopardize their health or safety, including night shifts and overtime

  • If child labor is identified, remove them from job and arrange health assessment of the work environment.

  • Arrange health checkups at medical institutions for threats of physical and mental health hazards. Pay for the treatment of proven work-related ill health or injuries

  • Proceed with the resignation procedures for child labor only after there is no doubt about health condition

  • Investigate recruitment procedures for unintended use of child labor and prevent recurrence

Humane Treatment

  • No harsh or inhumane treatment for employees, including gender-based violence, sexual harassment, sexual abuse, corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion, bullying, public shaming, or verbal abuse of workers

  • No discrimination or harassment employees based on race, color, age, gender, national origin, pregnancy, religion, or political affiliation in employment practices such as wages, promotions, rewards, and access to training

  • Provide mailbox and hotline for signed and anonymous grievances

  • Stop relevant operations upon discovery of violations

  • Conduct cause investigation and remedial measures (such as correction, counseling, job accommodation)

  • Awareness education and necessary disciplines for violating departments

  • Post-hoc preventive measures review and observation

Working Hour Benefits

  • A workweek should not be more than 60 hours per week, and the remaining working hours are subject to the provisions of the Labor Standards Act

  • Wages must not be lower than the minimum wage set by local regulations. Deductions from wages as a disciplinary measure are not permitted

Freedom of Association

  • Respect the right of all employees to form and join trade unions of their own choosing, to bargain collectively, and to engage in peaceful assembly and enable employees to openly communicate and share ideas and concerns with management regarding working conditions and management practices without fear of discrimination, reprisal, or intimidation

Remuneration and Benefits

In addition to abiding by the local labor laws and regulations and salary standards, we also assess the salary standards in the talents market and the industry periodically to timely adjust the remuneration and benefits for employees based on the Company’s operational performance so as to keep the median salary of non-management employees above the average in the industry and ensure the positive salary growth. In accordance with Article 19 of the Company’s Articles of Incorporation, if there is profit before tax, we should allocate 0.1-15% of the profit as the remuneration for employees. In the past three years, we have allocated an average of over 10% of profit as remuneration for employees. As the expenses on employee benefits also increase every year, showing the fruit of our profit sharing with employees. More information please see the Careers.

Employee compensation to Median Ratio

(NTD thousands)
Increase/ Decrease from the Previous YearTotal
(NTD thousands)
Increase/ Decrease from the Previous YearTotal
(NTD thousands)
Increase/ Decrease from the Previous Year
Mean employee salary1,07115.29%1,0962.33%1,21010.40%
Mean annual total compensation for non-management full-time employees1,15415.05%1,1560.17%1,2669.52%
Median annual total compensation for non-management full-time employees99514.63%1,0081.31%1,1039.42%

Total Amount of Compensation for Employees in Past 3 Years

(NTD thousands)
Ratio to Net IncomeTotal
(NTD thousands)
Ratio to Net IncomeTotal
(NTD thousands)
Ratio to Net Income
Compensation for employees73,87710.34%71,04810.24%127,80010.53%
Net Income714,482-693,851-1,213,625-
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Retirement Allowance Program

Based on the applicability of the old and new systems (before and after July 1, 2005), we contribute the pension reserve for employees every month in accordance with the Labor Standards Act or Labor Pension Act. We have also established the Employee Pension Reserve Supervisory Committee to administer the affairs related to employee retirement to ensure sufficient coverage and confidence for retiring employees.

Pension SystemOld SystemNew System
Applicable LawLabor Standards ActLabor Pension Act
Method of Contribution2% of the total monthly salary of employees contributed monthly6% of the insured salary category of employees
Contribution AccountLabor Retirement Reserve Fund special account at the Bank of TaiwanEmployee personal account at Bureau of Labor Insurance
Total Amount Contributed (by 2022)Balance of contributed: NTD 102,648 thousandContributed pension: NTD 79,823 thousand

Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational safety and health are the foundation for building a friendly environment. We obtained the Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) 18001 certificate in 2016 and passed the version change certification to the ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Management Systems in 2020. In 2022 we passed the verification of the OH&S management systems, and the certificate is valid until August 31, 2025. Through years of system implementation and third-party verification of system effectiveness, we spare no efforts in OH&S management.

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Higher-risk factors that affect employee safety and health in the workplace are listed as monitoring items and under the routine supervision by dedicated personnel to reduce the probability of major accident hazards.

Inspection ItemFrequency
Operating environment monitoring - Dust, noise, organic matters, specialty chemicalsOnce every six months
Operation environment monitoring - LeadOnce a year
Periodic inspection of hazardous machines and equipment: Elevators, special equipment for high-pressure gasesOnce a year
Electrical equipment inspectionOnce every six months
Self-inspectionImplemented in accordance with the relevant documents and regulations
Fire inspectionOnce a year

In accordance with Articles 30 and 31 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, pregnant workers are not allowed to work at a site where lead and its compounds are spread or a harmful level of radiation is present or engage in work that involves the handling of objects above a specific weight or potential hazards on the health of the fetus or the mother. As some of our production lines involve the above conditions, factory nurses voluntarily conduct health protection assessment and healthcare consultation on pregnant workers to ensure perfect protection for both the pregnant workers and their fetuses.

Number of Employees Assessed and Consulted
Workplace Environment Assessment and Healthcare Consultation22 persons
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