As we are well aware of Chairman Chung has strong financial and economic background, what do you treat speedy changes of technology industry? And, how do you lead DynaPack move toward international market, what is the rational concept you hold on?

Having worked with accounting firm for 27 years, in early 1981, I joined Hsin-chu Science Park where hi-tech companies were contacted. As a director of Arima Group of which concentrating on risk management, it is the thing takes care of itself in-charge-of DynaPack as a chairman.
Leading DynaPack Technology,chairman adheres consistently to risk management spirit, requests strictly 100% excellence of quality and emphasizes on financial stabilization and completeness as well as customers service enforcement in order to allow shareholders and employees obtaining reasonable rewards when it will be applying for on-desk in early 2004

What is DynaPack strategy?

DynaPack specially concentrates on broad principle and direction:
1. Internally to externally, to enforce internal organization, to  cultivate professional managers, to erect well-organized system
and to conduct severe quality control
2. Externally, to emphasize diversion of customer resource (risk concept), width of opportunities and dissipation of material
3. As marketing management, to focus on customer-oriented, up-/down-stream suppliers and customers long-term strategic cooperation

What does DynaPack insist?

1. To insist on executing quality-first core of value
2. To insist on keeping strictly confidential on all customers’ data
3. To insist on providing solution to correspond worldwide trend
4. To insist on providing flexible process better than customers requirements
5. To insist on being responsible to shareholders

As a provident leader, what should you do?

Truly understanding our position in the industry, focusing on original business and integrating resources in professional field, holding timely information and marketing trend with high discerning ability and alertness, paying attention to balanced relationships among partners (including shareholders), creating win-win results and maintaining industry reputation based on high standard of industry virtue are highly required.


In Taiwan, Notebook industry world market share will be more than 75%, we estimate optimistically our performance will jump up and plan to be on-desk in 2004 under this favorable conditions.
Besides continuous developing its market share in this field, Dyna Pack has also designed the operating principle as follows:
‧ To stabilize initiating customers, develop new customers and upgrade customers service quality
‧ To develop potential niche products and raise productivity and product quality
‧ To develop high added-value of Taiwan factory to maintain obtaining profits
‧ To expand product capability of Mainland China factory to supply merchandise from the nearest source and decrease production cost
‧ To enforce relationships between international well known customers and suppliers

Besides, we expect that Taiwan will be the most important location for portable products, such as: Notebook、PDA、CellPhone、SmartPhone、Tablet PC、LCD-TV、DVD-Player、DigitalCamera. Thus, DynaPack’s vision is to be responsible for leading worldwide portable products supply-chain’s professional BatteryPack. Other than expansion of marketing, research and development (R&D), quality control and manufacturing capacity in Taiwan operation headquarters, a production base has been established in Wu-chiang in order to meet customers demand, two-sides delivery and providing fastest and high quality services requirements.

Jul 1998 Company established as Hwa-Dah Technology Co., Ltd. with NT$5,000,000 capital. Main operating items include Ni-MH BatteryPack, Li-ION BatteryPack for Notebook and CellPhone.
Sep 1998 Company name changed to Hwa-Dah Battery Co., Ltd.
Dec 2000 Passed ISO9001Quality Assurance certification
Jan 2001 Elected Director Mr. Chao Shih-yangas Chairman
Mar 2001 BatteryPack for Notebook accumulated production volume has been broken through one million sets
Mar 2001 Hwa-Dah Technology (Kaman) Co., Ltd.
to invest indirectly to Mainland China branch office Hwa-Dah Electronic Technology (Soochow) Co., Ltd., holding 100% shares
Jul 2001 Cash increased NT$45 million, capital reached to NT$50 million. Company name changed to Hwa-Dah International Technology Co., Ltd.
Mar 2002 BatteryPack for Notebook accumulated production volume has been broken through two million sets
Apr 2002 Securities & Futures Institute authorized this company’s IPO application in August, 2002. Counseled filing of OTC-Listed company.
Jun 2002 Elected Director Mr. Chung Tsun-ming as Chairman
Jul 2002 Capital increase of profit and capital surplus was 78,000,000 and capital increased to 32,800,000 in August, 2002
Dec 2003 (Received ISO 14001 international certification of Environmental Management systems in November, 2003)

Dynapack International Technology Corporation.
13F., No. 188, Wenhe Rd., Guishan Dist.,
Taoyuan City 333, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Tel:886-3-396-3399  Fax:886-3-396-1166

DynaPack (Suchou) Co., Ltd. 

No.8,Hua-Gun .Rd.Wu-Jiang City,Jiansu,China


Quality Policy

Safety Product  ▪  Quality Assurance  ▪  Continual Improvement  ▪  Customer First

Hazardous Substance Management Policy

Our goals are to provide products and services that are safe and free of hazardous substances

throughout their lifecycles. To accomplish this, we will:

Meet or exceed all applicable legal requirements

Aggressively pursue pollution & contamination prevention

Design and manufacture our products to be clean and safe to use and to minimize their environmental impact

Offer our customers environmentally responsible end-of-life management services for responsible manner

Require our suppliers to carry out their operations in a socially and environmentally responsible manner.

Zero Defect Spirit

Do Right Thing , Right The First Time

Concentrate while Participate , Just Do It while See It

Self Management , Self Check

Team Decision & Team Work , Suggestion for Improvement

 Prevention is Better than Cure

QM Organization

Quality Management Process

Quality Management Process Mode

System Certificate

Customer Approval

Quality Activity Summary


2011/01 Launched 6th wave QCC activity in WJ/KS sites

2011/03 Held QCC training courses to QCC team leaders/consultants in WJ/KS sites

2011/05 Launched Poster & Slogan competition in WJ/KS sites

2011/07 Launched 6th wave QCC WJ/KS sites

2011/11 DFSS Training

2011/12 Launched 7th wave QCC & 1st wave CIP in WJ/KS sites


2010/01 Launched 5th wave QCC activity WJ/KS sites


2009/02 Launched 4th wave QCC activity in WJ/KS sites
2009/03 Moved TW Guei-Shan site to Hwa-Ya Technology Park


2008/02 Launched 3rd wave QCC activity WJ/KS sites
2008/02 Launched 6S improvement activity WJ/KS sites
2008/02 Launched 4th wave Six Sigma activity in TW/WJ/KS Sites


2007/02 Launched 3rd Six Sigma activity in WJ/KS sites
2007/03 Launched 3rd wave Six Sigma activity (BB/GB) in TW Site
2007/04 Launched 2nd wave QCC activity in WJ/KS sites


2006/01 Launched 2nd wave Six Sigma activity in WJ/KS sites
2006/03 QA Dept. was founded in KS site
2006/07 Launched QCC activity in TW/WJ/KS Sites
2006/08 Launched 5S improvement activity in KS Site


2005/02 Launched 1st wave Six Sigma activity in TW Site
2005/05 Gained the reputation "cleaner production demonstration team"rewarded by Industrial Dept. of 


economic ministry

2005/11 Launched 2nd wave Six Sigma activity (BB) in TW Site


2004/02 Launched 1st wave Six Sigma activity in WJ site


2003/02 Launched Kaizen activity
2003/04 Gained the reputation "environment management demonstration team" rewarded by Industrial


Dept. of economic ministry


2002/11 Launched Quality Cost improvement activity

2002/12 Launched 5S improvement activity


2001/09 QA dept was founded in WJ site

The major objectives of this policy are to propagate the Dynapack long-term enterprise citizen principles on legal compliance and social accountability, to apply EICC into internal operational strategy, to ensure that working conditions in the electronics industry supply chain are safe, that workers are treated with respect and dignity, and that manufacturing processes are environmentally responsible.
A. Labor
  1. Freely Chosen Employment
  2. Child Labor Avoidance
  3. Working Hours
  4. Wages and Benefits
  5. Humane Treatment
  6. Non-Discrimination
  7. Freedom of Association
B. Health and Safety
  1. Occupational Safety
  2. Emergency Preparedness
  3. Occupational Injury and Illness
  4. Industrial Hygiene
  5. Physically Demanding Work
  6. Machine Safeguarding
  7. Dormitory and Canteen
  8. Health and safety communication
C. Environmental
  1. Environmental Permits and Reporting
  2. Pollution Prevention and Resource Reduction
  3. Hazardous Substances
  4. Wastewater and Solid Waste
  5. Air Emissions
  6. Product Content Restrictions
  7. Storm water management
  8. Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
D. Management Systems
  1. Company Commitment
  2. Management Accountability and Responsibility
  3. Legal and Customer Requirements
  4. Risk Assessment and Risk Management
  5. Performance Objectives with Implementation Plan and Measures
  6. Training
  7. Communication
  8. Worker Feedback and Participation
  9. Audits and Assessments
  10. Corrective Action Process
  11. Documentation and Records
  12. Supplier Responsibility
E. Ethics
  1. Business Integrity
  2. No Improper Advantage
  3. Disclosure of Information
  4. Intellectual Property
  5. Fair Business, Advertising and Competition
  6. Protection of Identity
  7. Community Engagement
  8. Privacy