NOMAN Group's 2012-2013 Sustainability Report

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Contents
Chairman’s Message __________________________________________________ 1
Company Profile _______________________________________________________ 2
Organizational Timeline _______________________________________________ 3
Corporate Structure ___________________________________________________ 4
Mission Statement _____________________________________________________ 5
Stakeholders____________________________________________________________ 6
Product Range _________________________________________________________ 8
Awards & Achievements______________________________________________ 11
Certifications __________________________________________________________ 12
Financial Performance________________________________________________ 13
Corporate Social Responsiblity ______________________________________ 14
Environmental Performance _________________________________________ 16
Product Responsibility _______________________________________________ 18
Social Compliance _____________________________________________________ 19

SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2012/13

Chairman’s Message
Welcome to NOMAN Group’s 2012-2013 Sustainability Report. We hope this report demonstrates our true commitment to environmental and social sustainability at Noman
Group. It shows that even during economic slow-down, our company did not deviate from our promise; we redoubled and strengthened our efforts. Sustainability continues to make us a better company by reducing waste, lowering costs, driving innovation, increasing productivity and helping us fulfill our vision.
The credit for our progress goes to all the staffs at Noman Group and to our suppliers who have helped us to make a difference that extends well beyond what we could do alone. I also want to thank the non-governmental organizations with whom we have worked closely. Although this is our first annual Sustainability Report, we have tried our best to make it informative and

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