A credo (Latin for "I believe") refers to one's belief or philosophy. We are convinced that only companies that have a credo (that is, a solid corporate philosophy) can survive these difficult times.
We believe in a participatory framework in which each and every employee is expected to share in and further the Pantech credo. Accordingly, Pantech's employees are advised to carry our "Credo" booklets with them so that they can be mindful of the credo as they go about their activities. We believe that a credo, not a management policy, is the best way to ensure that our corporate values permeate throughout our company at a collective and individual level.
Aiming to be the company that the world needs
In pursuit of eco-friendliness
Based on the principle of "Sanpo Yoshi" (benefit for all three sides; the vendor, the customer, and society), Pantech seeks the greatest possible benefits for itself, waste-producing companies, and its partner plants.
We deal with any situation without hesitation, and present our ideas and see them through with confidence and heartfelt conviction.
Every substance has its own characteristics, be it combustible, noncombustible or spontaneously combustible. We aim to become a spontaneously combustible company that can incite itself to action and shine bright like the sun.
1.All employees are managers
Each and every one of our employees take responsibility for the company. All of us constantly strive for improvement and innovation, and address challenges responsibly while thinking about efficiency and profitability.
2.A spirit of gratitude
We commit ourselves to pursuing the welfare and happiness of all our employees. We also commit ourselves to repaying the kindness that we have received from the many people with whom we have had business.
1.Dynamic action to get the job done
We throw ourselves into our work without holding anything back. Full steam ahead!
2.Maximizing customer satisfaction
We follow up on the PDCA (plan-do-check-act) cycle to maximize customer satisfaction.