The definition of Dalipal
Dalipal, the Chinese deduction of Dalipal, comes from the rearrangement of the English words Darling (intimate) and Pal (partner), translated as "intimate partner".
Dalipal's moral is "producing profit to the society, providing service to the customer and offering opportunity to the employees. ".
Producing Profit to the Society
The implication is to achieve customer satisfaction, give full play to employees'abilities, express employees' ideas, wishes and abilities, and make the enterprise prosperous and prosperous.
Providing Service to the Customer
Make every effort to create value for customers. The implication is that our products are competitive, our employees are innovative and our enterprises are strong.
Offering Opportunity to the Employees
Make every effort to create opportunities for employees. It implies that the development of enterprises will benefit employees, shareholders and society generally.
The pieces are the user, the pieces are the market, and the root pieces are the brand.
Respect, Honesty, Team and Innovation
Honesty, integrity and openness
Strict, pragmatic, responsible and efficient
Openess makes the best, Suitability makes the right, Strategy makes Achievement
Think about what customers want and what customers need. Customer's demand is our goal
Institutional Governance, Duty-fulfilling Process Governance and Result Orientation
Knowing people and making good use of them, appointing people only by virtue, introducing talents from outside to inside, and achieving talents
Safety First, Prevention First, Mobilization of All Staff and Care for Life
One pipe, one well, one tube, one market