ASE Announces Recipients of the 2017 ‘Outstanding Supplier’ and ‘Excellence in Sustainability’ Awards

KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc (TAIEX: 2311, NYSE: ASX), a
leading semiconductor assembly and test service provider, today hosted
the ASE Group supplier award ceremony. Each year, the ceremony endeavors
to honor exceptional suppliers for outstanding performance in categories
such as technology, quality, cost and service.

In total, seventeen suppliers received an ‘Outstanding Supplier’ award
while three companies received an ‘Excellence in Sustainability’ award.
The ceremony was attended by over 420 representatives from 125 companies
worldwide supplying equipment, raw material, engineering contracts,
environmental and waste management, logistics and various products and
services to ASE. Held annually in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, the annual awards
ceremony continues to receive high level support from the government,
local academia, international consulting firms and related industry
associations.

“Technology is advancing faster than ever and clearly driving the
semiconductor industry to develop next generation applications in areas
such as robotics, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, Internet of
Things and advanced driver assistance systems,” said Dr. Tien Wu, Chief
Operating Officer and Chairman of the Corporate Sustainability
Committee, ASE Group. He continued, “Our industry is built on
efficiencies that improve cost and on innovations that enhance the value
of the entire ecosystem. Successful alignment with suppliers is
fundamental in our delivery of leading edge IC packaging and system
solutions that meet new technology requirements. At ASE, we remain
committed to long term partnerships for a win-win sustainable future.”

“Excellence in supplier performance is paramount to our business success
and we sincerely congratulate all the award winners. This year, as we
‘Gear towards a Sustainable World,’ ASE is blazing a trail in setting
new supply chain standards. We are reaching out to key market segment
players throughout the entire semiconductor supply chain to encourage
collaboration that promotes transparency and sustainability in the
industry,” said S.S. Lee, General Manager, ASE Corporate Procurement.

The annual supplier event will also include a talk on ‘Climate Change
Mitigation’ that will present audiences with the challenges and
opportunities faced by businesses and how the industry can help shape
policies to reduce harmful environmental impacts.

The following is the list of the award winners for the year 2017.

ASE Group Outstanding Supplier Award

Acter Co Ltd
All-Ring Tech Co Ltd
Applied Materials South East
Asia Pte Ltd
Daeduck Electronics Co Ltd
Henkel Electronic
Materials LLC
Hitachi Chemical Co Ltd
Hon. Technologies Inc
Kulicke
& Soffa Pte Ltd
Lam Research Co Ltd
Mi Equipment (M) Sdn
Bhd
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company Inc
Murata Electronics
Trading (Shanghai) Co Ltd
Shinko Electric Industries Co Ltd
Small
Precision Tools
Tanaka Denshi Group
Tokyo Electron Ltd
Upper
Odyssey Technology Sdn Bhd

ASE Group Excellence in Sustainability Award

Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co Ltd
Senju Metal Industry Co Ltd
Shinko
Electric Industries Co Ltd

About The ASE Group

The ASE Group is among the leading providers of independent
semiconductor manufacturing services in assembly, test, materials and
design manufacturing. As a global leader geared towards meeting the
industry’s ever-growing needs for faster, smaller and higher performance
chips, the Group develops and offers a wide portfolio of technology and
solutions including IC test program design, front-end engineering test,
wafer probe, wafer bump, substrate design and supply, wafer level
package, flip chip, system-in-package, final test and electronic
manufacturing services through USI Inc and its subsidiaries, members of
the ASE Group. For more information about the ASE Group, visit www.aseglobal.com
or twitter @asegroup_global.

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