All boundary scopes are for ASMI Front-end unless noted
|Staff (Employee)||Employee is a person with a fixed contract, excluding temporary labor. Definition may be varied by country per local and country labor law. The number of employees at the last day of the reporting period||People and society|
|Employees in R&D||The number of employees on the last day of the reporting period whose work is directly related to the research and development of the product during the reporting year||Research and development|
|Patent filings||The total number of patent applications filed and applied with patent offices globally by ASMI for the invention described||Research and development|
|Employees based on nationalities||The number of nationalities of employees on the last reporting day of the period||People and society|
|Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements||The percentage of employees that are covered by collective bargaining agreements per local labor requirement divided by the total number of employees at reporting year-end||People and society|
|Reported concerns from anonymous global reporting program SpeakUp!||The number of questions, remarks and/or concerns reported to the Ethics Office related to a potential violation of the Code of Conduct and Business Policies via reporting tool SpeakUp! in the reporting period||People and society|
|Voluntary Turnover rate||The percentage of employees in a workforce that leave voluntarily during this reporting period||People and society|
|Recordable injury rate||The Recordable Injury Rate measures cases that require a response greater than first aid (or serious injuries) per 100 employees in reporting period||People and society|
|Injury rate||The Injury Rate is a measure of all first aid or greater injuries per every 100 employees in reporting period||People and society|
|Number (#) of employees completing bi-annual Ethics training||All employees completing the online compliance training courses bi-annually during our compliance month within the reporting year. We track # of employees and % of the total that completed the training. It is applicable to all employees||People and society|
|Ethics concerns reported from anonymous global reporting program SpeakUp!||The number of any ethics concerns reported by employees through our anonymous employee reporting channel SpeakUp!; that may be related to a potential violation of the Code of Conduct and Business Principles or Policies in the reporting year||People and society|
|Ethics concerns reported through other channels||The number of any ethics concerns reported by employees through other means including directly to management or the Compliance Officer, that may be related to a potential violation of the Code of Ethics and Business Principles or Policies in the reporting year||People and society|
|Responsible Business Alliance (RBA)||We adopted the industry standard RBA Code of Conduct. More detail about the code can be find at http://www.responsiblebusiness.org/standards/code-of-conduct/||Corporate Responsibility Strategy|
|Self-assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) risk rating/result||We adopted the RBA standard tool for risk assessment Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) to assess our own and supply chain risk. This rate apply to our own operation SAQ results with our major sites||Corporate Responsibility Strategy|
|Critical and Strategic Suppliers||Suppliers that are determined to be critical to our business either because the business spends, or critical components or critical materials, or strategic technical partnership||Supply chain|
|Supply chain spend by region||Total amount of Euro spent with our global suppliers for the materials, components and services that are used to produce our products and services for our customers and for non-product related products services that enable our operations globally in the reporting period||Supply chain|
|Critical Supplier Commitment %||The percent of critical suppliers that have acknowledged their commitment to RBA code or whose code of conduct is assessed to be acceptable as it covers the similar principles of the RBA Code of Conduct||Supply chain|
|Critical suppliers’ low medium risk rank based on Self-assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) result||The percent of critical supplies who completed the required Supplier Self-Assessment Questionnaire and resulted with low and medium risks||Supply chain|
|Supply Chain spends per region (in Euro and %)||Total Euro amount we spent and equivalent to the % of total spends with suppliers by each region||Supply chain|
|Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions||The number of metric tons of CO2 equivalent emissions including both the direct CO2 equivalent emissions (scope 1) and indirect CO2 equivalent emissions (scope 2) in the reporting period||Environment|
|Water consumption||The total amount of water consumption in cubic meters for the reporting period||Environment|
|Landfill diversion rate||The percentage of solid waste diverted from landfill via recycling and reuse efforts in the reporting period as generated at ASMI major Manufacturing, Engineering and R&D sites.||Environment|
Over the past 50 years we have grown to become a leading global supplier
of semiconductor wafer processing equipment. A company that develops
innovative process solutions for our customers, and manages itself in the best
interests of our investors, our employees, society, and other stakeholders.
Yet now is the time to enter a new era of innovation, to embark on the next
phase of growth. We understand that this requires commitment and strength
across many areas. From innovation in R&D, to advancing new technologies
and addressing new applications. From developing our people, to creating
even stronger relationships with key customers.
This is how we will take the next leap forward.
ROADMAP TO THE FUTURE
Our roadmap to the future will enable us to not only
achieve our next phase of growth, it will ensure we
can continue to help our customers achieve their
technology roadmaps for next-generation devices.
Our technology helps drive innovation, increasing the number of scientific breakthroughs, many of which are achieved from our advanced process equipment that deposits new materials with precision and productivity, positively benefiting society in sectors from healthcare and education, to transport and energy.
For semiconductor manufacturers, scaling chips
to smaller dimensions is an ongoing challenge.
Our innovations and equipment are vital in helping make many of these transitions happen.
Striving for efﬁciency ensures that our
customers get the products, services,
and results they expect. Intensifying
our focus on efﬁciency will make us a
stronger company, ready to take the
next leap forward.
We are a multinational company that
embraces diversity in every sense
of the word. With 29 different
nationalities working across the
company, we combine our talents
to drive innovation.
Achieving our ambitions takes intelligence, knowledge, skill,
determination, and dedication. And it is this combination of
qualities that we nurture in our people.
Our goal is to impact tomorrow’s generation
as positively as we’ve impacted today’s.
Making this happen takes the xtraordinary
talent of our people, who work together
to drive innovation and deliver excellence.
Collaboration is fundamental to our
continued success; from working
with our customers to optimize our
equipment and processes to enable
their technology roadmaps, to
creating partnerships on cutting-edge
research and development.
Operational excellence is one of the essential
pillars of our strategy, which enables us to provide
our customers with the high-quality, leading-edge
products and services they demand.
R&D is central to our development,
leading to new device architectures,
new materials, and new processes
that strengthen our competitive
positioning and enable our customers
to deliver the next-generation chips.
By extending our technological scope with a
more diverse product portfolio, we can help our
customers continue to advance their business
while growing our own in new market segments.
We create long-term value for our
stakeholders in a variety of ways.
From working with our customers
to develop innovative solutions, to
ensuring value creation growth
and positive investor returns.
We are committed to positively
contributing to society and
reducing our impact on the
environment. Only then can
we truly say we are helping
create more with less.
We believe sustainability takes many forms.
From developing sustainable technology
roadmaps for our customers, to creating
a sustainable living environment for all.
Safety is a front-line requirement,
which is why our ZERO HARM!
policy outlines our vision on product
safety, and our CR policy lays out
our commitment and expectations
towards health and safety.