Taiwanese firms showcase their brands for a better life. In photo are Vivian Tsai, Marketing and Sales advisor, JIUN YO CO., LTD., Henry Liang, vice chairman, Taiwan Lung Meng Advanced Composite Materials Co., Ltd., Mark Wu, director of Strategic Marketing Department, TAITRA, Ping-Che Chiu, general manager, KAI SUH SUH ENTERPRISE CO., LTD., Chloe Shao, special assistant, Ju Tian Cleantech Co., Ltd.
The Taiwanese government holds the “circular economy,” “purifying air,” “improving water quality” and “caring for the earth” as core parts of its administration, integrating them through recycling and reusing, hoping to achieve the goal of sustainability and zero-waste.
Under its governance, Taiwanese companies have also rapidly developed products that exceed the current global environmental standards.
Taiwan has a strong concern on how humans treat the environment, which explains why it continues to champion the design and development of eco-friendly products that will not harm the earth.
Recently, the country held the “Taiwan Excellence Eco-friendly Lifestyle Virtual Press Conference”that was organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA).
They invited four award-winning Taiwan Excellence brands: Taiwan Lung Meng Advanced Composite Materials, Ju-Tian Cleantech Co., Ltd., Jiun Yo Co., Ltd and Kai Suh Suh Enterprise Co., Ltd., to present eco-friendly products they have developed in recent years as well as their concepts and plans for future developments.
Established in 1969, Kai Suh Suh (KSS) is the world’s third-largest multinational company specializing in manufacturing wiring equipment. Its products are sold in 126 countries and it has more than 40,000 clients, putting it in a leading position globally.
With the research and development goal of “environmental protection, plastic reduction, and functional upgrading,” KSS breaks through the existing “hook-and-loop fasteners” used in zip ties and innovatively combines zip ties and hooks that can rotate 360 degrees, surpassing the structure and applications of traditional zip ties.
With an additional retractable head structure, it can be reused, creating more flexible applications. It uses UL qualified materials, does not contain heavy metals and plasticizers, and meets FDA food standards, making it completely safe for human use.
Currently, statistics show that the world uses around 370 billion disposable plastic straws each year. Disposable plastic waste is perhaps one of the most serious forms of global pollution, and that is why more and more consumers are concerned about whether the products they buy are environment friendly and whether they have also become complicit in destroying the environment when they buy certain products made out of plastic.
The use of natural, non-toxic chemicals, biodegradable and recycled materials has become a big trend in daily household products as well.
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