Discover our commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles.


Carbon Emissions Reduction

The company is committed to reducing its carbon emissions and contributing to a more sustainable future. To achieve this, Rapid Manufacturirng has invested in renewable energy, specifically solar panels, to power its operations at new sites. Additionally, both new and existing facilities are transitioning to LED technology for energy-efficient lighting.

Recycling Program

The company has implemented a comprehensive recycling program aimed at reducing waste, particularly focusing on recycling copper cables and related materials.

Water Conservation

In line with our commitment to environmental stewardship, we are taking steps to reduce our reliance on domestic water resources and support the conservation of natural ecosystems. Over the next 5 years, we aim to save significant amount of domestic water usage through the implementation of a rainwater harvesting system. This revised statement provides a clear overview of the company’s environmental initiatives, emphasizing its dedication to carbon emissions reduction, waste reduction through recycling, and responsible water usage.


Diversity and Inclusion
Commitment: The company is dedicated to fostering diversity and inclusion, ensuring its workforce mirrors the communities it serves.
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Community Engagement

Rapid Manufacturing has a community outreach program to help the local community volunteering at local events and projects.



Transparent and accountable governance structure, with independent auditors.

Code of Conduct and Ethics

All employees are required to follow and complete the certification, and it regularly engages with stakeholders to understand their perspectives and concerns.

Stakeholder Engagement

The company actively engages with stakeholders to gain insight into their perspectives and specific needs. This demonstrates a commitment to understanding and addressing the interests of various stakeholders.