Singapore, 19 May 2021: Nets Printwork Sdn Bhd has won a Bronze in Asia’s Best Sustainability Report (SME) at the 6th Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards (ASRA), the most prestigious international awards for corporate reporting.
Nets Printwork Sdn Bhd was also one of the finalist in Asia’s Best Supply Chain Reporting at the awards ceremony today.
“I would like to thank Ms. Teh Soo Tyng and her team as well as Eco Sentido Sdn Bhd for their hardwork and dedication in going the extra miles for the sustainability of our company despite the challenging environment,” Mr Teh Leong Sim, Managing Director of Nets Printwork Sdn Bhd said.
The winners were revealed in an exclusive event hosted virtually in Singapore due to the ongoing pandemic.
The awards ceremony began with the opening address by the Guests of Honour
H.E. Ms Kara Owen, the British High Commissioner to Singapore, and H.E. Mr Niclas Kvarnström, the Swedish Ambassador in Singapore. The awards ceremony also featured a string of rapid-fire sessions with ASRA judges.
“Nets Printwork Sdn Bhd’s report shows exceptional leadership in transparent reporting of its sustainability performance and reflects its readiness for a resilient future,” Rajesh Chhabara, managing director of CSRWorks International and the founder of ASRA, said.
An independent panel of judges reviewed 494 entries received from 17 countries across 19 award categories. After the preliminary evaluations, 102 companies from 14 countries made it to the finals. Intensely contested finals produced 39 winners grabbing 57 gold, silver and bronze medals and a Report of the Year award.
Broadcast live, the virtual awards ceremony was attended by more than 250 senior business leaders and sustainability practitioners from 20 countries. Attendees also included dignitaries from academia, embassies, trade associations and advocacy organisations.
ASRA follows a rigorous multi-tier evaluation process. An independent judging panel determines finalists and winners. Evaluation involves three rounds of assessment to select the very best in each award category. In addition to assessing the report quality, comprehensive due diligence considers companies’ reputation among their stakeholders as part of the judging process.
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Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards
About the Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards
The Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards (ASRA) recognise and honour sustainability reporting leaders in Asia. The Awards celebrate best practices in sustainability reporting. The vision for ASRA is to become the most inspiring recognition for sustainability reporting excellence in Asia. An independent panel of distinguished judges evaluates the entries to select the winners.
ASRA aims to give organisations, large and small, the opportunity to showcase their sustainability efforts, thereby building trust among their stakeholders, adding value to their businesses and attracting responsible investors.
CSRWorks is Asia’s most prominent sustainability champion. Besides the Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards, we also organise the annual Asia Sustainability Reporting Summit, a highly admired international conference. Our Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen programme honours the region’s most inspiring women leaders through an annual listing.
For more information, visit www.csrworks.com