CSR (Corporate social responsibility) refers to that enterprises should not only create profits and bear legal responsibilities to shareholders, but also bear responsibilities for employees, consumers, communities and the environment. Corporate social responsibility requires enterprises to go beyond the traditional concept of taking profits as the only goal, emphasizing the attention to human value in the production process and the contribution to the environment, consumers and society.
In recent years, with the continuous expansion of its business scale, HPTRANS has conscientiously implemented the scientific outlook on development and actively fulfilled its corporate social responsibility. Guided by the theoretical system of socialism with Chinese characteristics, it has consciously integrated corporate social responsibility into the company's strategy, corporate culture and production and business activities, and has adhered to the strategic understanding, deployment and promotion of the harmony between the enterprise, society and environment development. We should strengthen and improve the management of social responsibility, continuously improve the ability to perform responsibility, enhance the ability to create value, realize high-quality, efficient and sustainable development, and strive to build a harmonious enterprise.
In May 2012, when Mr. and Mrs. Rick Marteney, CEO of AutoSwag, Inc., USA, adopted Chinese children, HPTRANS helped complete the five-year adoption process and established deep friendship between individuals and enterprises.
In June 2012, the company organized all employees and relevant social personages to offer love to the Tianjin welfare institute, which was widely praised by society. At the same time, it should also take responsibility for employees, consumers, communities and the environment. The social responsibility of enterprises requires enterprises to go beyond the traditional concept of taking profit as the only goal, emphasizing the attention to human value, the contribution to the environment, consumers and society in the production process.