(Hong Kong－5 December 2022) A leading technology, brand, and manufacturing solutions specialist focusing on smart and sustainable living – Computime Group Limited (“Computime” or the “Company”, together with its subsidiaries the “Group”, stock code: 320.HK) is pleased to announce that, two of its subsidiaries, Computime Control Devices Manufacturing (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd. and Computime Electronics (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd., have received the “Certified” Label and “Sliver” Label respectively from World Wide Fund for nature (“WWF”) respectively, regarding their participation and satisfactory performance in the Low Carbon Manufacturing Programme (“LCMP”).
WWF, an international non-governmental organization that works in the field of wilderness preservation and the reduction of human impact on the environment, organizes the LCMP, aimed to cut carbon emissions generated by manufacturing facilities and developing environmental social governance for manufacturers. By providing manufacturers with a carbon accounting and labeling system, LCMP helps to measure their effectiveness in reducing carbon emissions, as well as to equip them with best practices in greenhouse gas management. The two subsidiaries from Computime were honored to receive the designation, with WWF highlighting their respective contribution in both energy-and-cost-saving in manufacturing.
Mr. AUYANG Pak Hong Bernard, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of Computime Group Limited, commented: “We are honored to be recognized by WWF, the world-renowned organization focusing on sustainable development. As a smart and sustainable living enabler, we see the growing importance of low-carbon manufacturing practices, whether it is from the consumer end, or from the view of our branded partners. We believe the certification will further highlight our competitive advantage, as we strive to offer sustainable practices and cost-competitive solutions. Looking ahead, we will remain committed to driving the green transformation of the industry, and charging towards a greener and more sustainable future.”
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