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Principles

All members at AG!, including employees, shareholders, board members, and the CEO, are to implement the following principles affirmatively.

3 Promises and 4 Responsibilities

3 Promises (3P)

A promise in which the CEO vows to all members at AG!


Promise 1:To continue to build and help our staff develop, which provide opportunities utilizing the best qualities of each member’s abilities.
Promise 2:To create a safe, enjoyable and worthwhile workplace where staff may work without waste and difficult obstacles.
Promise 3:To create a company full of thankfulness and friendship to our customers and our colleagues.

4 Responsibilities (4R’s)

The CEO and all members of AG! Group must vow to take the following responsibilities.

Responsibility 1:Responsibility to our families and to ourselves

  • We cannot satisfy our customer without satisfying ourselves.
  • To improve the quality of life and our personal intellect.
  • To create an enjoyable, comfortable, and worthwhile work environment.
  • To maintain our work environment in a clean, proud, and safe manor.
  • To create a respectful and friendly workplace with no personal discrimination or abuse.
  • To create a healthy relationship among ourselves so that ideas and suggestions are made freely.
  • To provide fair promotion opportunities to all staff in the AG! Group regardless of nationality, age, experience, or gender.
  • To pursue happiness and accomplish mission not only for the AG! Group of employees, but in addition to their beloved and supportive families.

Responsibility 2:Responsibility to our customer

  • Aim to win our customers’ support and appreciation.
  • To manufacture high quality products and services with satisfaction and to facilitate relationships with our customers.
  • To constantly seek means to reduce cost and to offer AG! products and services at favorable prices to our customers.
  • To respond promptly and efficiently to our customers’ needs.
  • To suggest solutions to problems and difficulties that our customers face to build solid and meaningful relationships with them.

Responsibility 3:Responsibility to our community

  • To be an honest, responsible and productive as citizens of our society.
  • To give thanks and contribute to our local communities.
  • To practice “Mottai-nai (“persistent concern over waste”) and actively preserve the natural environment and our precious resources.

Responsibility 4:Responsibility to our shareholder

  • We must run our business to produce a healthy return.
  • To beware of changes in the business environment, keep flexible and creative minds, and continue to grow under any situation.
  • To be thankful for shareholders and yield a fair return.
  • To continually invest in human resources, R&D, and company facilities for the creation of new products and services, in the interest of continuous development, improvement, and advancement.
  • To retain valuable capitol for investing in growth and prepare for slowed economic down turns.