FTSE Russell, Bursa Recognises ViTrox for Efforts in ESG

Reading time ( words)

ViTrox, the World’s Most Trusted Machine Vision Solutions for the semiconductor and electronics packaging industries, is added to the constituents of the FTSE4Good Bursa Malaysia (F4GBM) Index.

In the Bursa Malaysia Bhd’s announcement on Dec 10, ViTrox Corporation is recognised for its efforts to improve the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices and disclosures.

“This is just the beginning of our ESG journey,” said ViTrox’s Chief Financial Officer Lim Kim Seng. “ViTrox is counting on every one of us to sail through this journey and obtain a better achievement one day and sustain it permanently.”

Since the establishment of the company 21 years ago, ViTrox has always strived to achieve sustainable growth in its business and build a harmonious relationship with all stakeholders.

“ViTrox believes that the Company’s existence is to be a force for good, contributing to the advancement of the society and well-being of humankind through technological innovation and breakthroughs,” said ViTrox’s CEO Chu Jenn Weng.

To make the world a better place, ViTrox is committed to being a responsible company and bringing positive contributions to the society and environment. It will continue to drive its sustainability focus on the elimination of e-waste through its advanced innovation.



Suggested Items

SMTA Additive TechXchange Keynote: An Outlook on Advanced PCB Fab

10/20/2020 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Organised as a virtual event by Lenora Clark of ESI Automotive and Tara Dunn of Omni PCB, SMTA’s Additive TechXchange addressed additive technology specifically in the context of the electronics industry. Pete Starkey details the keynote presentation, an outlook on advanced printed circuit board fabrication, from Jeff Doubrava, managing partner at Prismark Partners.

Recent Innovations in DFMA

01/10/2018 | Syrma Technology
Software, electronics and sensors are making their way into the world of product design. New composites, plastics and alloys are replacing traditional metals. Designs are even reducing the carbon footprint of manufacturers, and more products can be recycled when they reach the end of their use.

Copyright © 2022 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.