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Unilever Vietnam has been recognised as a leading industry 4.0 enterprise at the Industrie 4.0 Awards thanks to its efforts to digitalise its supply chain.
Unilever Vietnam has just signed a partnership with Duy Tan Recycling with a plan to collect and recycle 30,000 tonnes of plastic waste.
To pay tribute to those who have silently made contributions to our society and community, as well as provide support to the underprivileged, Unilever Vietnam and its brands have launched the For a Loving Tet Season programme on the occasion of the Lunar New Year 2023.
Unilever Vietnam has been honoured at a range of CSR Awards by prestigious associations and organisations, attesting to the company's constant efforts on its journey to carry out the mission of making sustainable living commonplace in Vietnam.
Unilever Vietnam has reaffirmed its commitment to climate action by building a carbon net-zero value chain by 2039.
Unilever Vietnam won in all six categories at the Vietnam HR Awards 2022, comprising five categories for business and one for individual.
In a continuation of their 15-year collaboration, Unilever Vietnam and the Vietnam Women’s Union have signed a strategic 5-year partnership to 2027 to empower over one million women through multiple key missions. The partnership is expected to narrow the gender gaps across many fields, underpinning sustainable development in Vietnam.
Plastic waste segregation at source is critical in bringing plastic back to serve business activities while promoting the Circular Economy model in Vietnam. Collecting and processing more plastic waste than packaging sold in the market is also a commitment that Unilever needs to achieve by 2025.
The “Green - Clean - Healthy School” project is a Unilever Vietnam initiative to bring a better environment and a digital curriculum to millions of school students nationwide.
Unilever Vietnam is honoured to receive the Best Companies to Work for in Asia at the HR Asia Awards for the fourth consecutive year thanks to initiatives and actions to build a workplace focusing on employee development and outstanding human resource policies. The company was also recognised at the Corporate Sustainability Awards.
Committed to supporting the government to improve hygiene and health, Unilever has taken significant action. This July, the company, in coordination with Vietnam’s Ministry of Health and Binh Duong People’s committee, organised a conference to support the national patriotic hygiene movement to improve people's health.
Applying machine learning and AI to digital marketing and distribution channels is one of the key focuses of Unilever Vietnam in promoting digital transformation at businesses.
Switching to clean energy sources, reducing emissions from electricity consumption, and building green facilities are Unilever Vietnam’s efforts to obtain net zero operational emissions, underpinning the company’s commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions throughout the value chain.
Sustainable manufacturing, digital marketing, and human development are three key touchpoints where Unilever is utilising technology and digital transformation in its consumer goods business.
According to the World Bank’s Report on Women, Business, and Law in 2022, Vietnam ranked 58 out of 190 countries in providing economic opportunities to women, surpassing both Singapore and the Philippines. This is a remarkable milestone to encourage more efforts to further enhance the status of women in the family, society, and economy.