Supply Chain Management
ASUS Supply Chain
As a global leader in information communication technology industry, ASUS has cooperated
with more than 700 suppliers, including product assembly plants and component suppliers,
mainly located in China. Please see the figure for regional distribution.
ASUS Global Supply Chain
We define the critical suppliers by purchase amount, supply limitation, and key technology.
Critical suppliers are vital partners for ASUS in providing assurance of smooth launching
regarding the mass production of products. We commit our resources to assist suppliers in
sustainable management for the assurance of sustainable production.
Supply Chain Management Framework
According to The Electronics Industry Procurement Analysis Report, more than 60% of
enterprise spending is on the supply chain. Procurement management is an aspect of showing
corporate social responsibility and is a critical mechanism for driving the supply chain forward to
achieve the goal of sustainability. The Supply Chain Risk Management Practices published by
US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST 800-161) identify sustainability as a
vital aspect of risk management.
Sustainability is a key factor of consideration in supply chain management. We implement ISO
20400 sustainable procurement program, considering of cooperation strategy, procurement
model, and geographical relationships to identify the risks of human rights, labor practice,
environment, and fair operation practices inherent to the life cycle of mining, components