公會簡介

 成立與發展過程

新竹科學園區為台灣於1980年首創之高科技工業園區,當時政府單位及民間業者對園區事業的發展方向均感陌生,處處需要交換心得、整合意見,以求穩健發展。於是在1983年9月由宏碁電腦董事長施振榮、聯華電子董事長曹興誠、全友電腦董事長許正勳及台揚科技董事長王華燕等人,本著服務會員廠商的精神,同時作為政府與業者之間政令宣達與意見溝通之橋樑、處理業者共同事務、共謀園區事業穩健發展的理念發起籌組成立「台灣科學工業園區科學工業同業公會」。

歷經歲月,新竹科學園區開創起國內高科技產業成功經營的典範,南部科學園區、中部科學園區相繼建置完成,本會為配合各區管理局及會員廠商的業務需要,分別於1999年10月及2004年10月分別成立南部園區辦事處、中部園區辦事處,目前三區專職的會務工作同仁共有27位。

為因應三個園區業務日漸擴大,會員廠商能有集會場所等會務發展的實際平台,從1999年即籌劃自建會館大樓,作為會務運作總部之用,並於2003年9月落成啟用,會本部大樓為地上六層、地下二層之建築,樓地板面積共有8,967平方公尺;南部園區辦事處向管理局承租1,361平方公尺辦公處所提供服務會員廠商之用;中部園區辦事處亦向中部園區管理局新建聯合服務大樓承租532平方公尺作為辦公處所,提供服務會員廠商之用。

 現任理事長

本會現任(第十二屆)理事長為沈國榮(和大工業股份有限公司董事長)。

 歷任理事長與監事會召集人

本會自成立並選舉產生第一屆理監事迄今已至第十二屆;置理事27席,組織理事會;監事 9 席,組織監事會,歷任理事長分別為第一屆許正勳、第二、三屆曹興誠、第四、五屆孫弘、第六屆曾繁城、第七、八屆為童兆勤、第九、十屆為謝其嘉、第十一、十二屆為沈國榮。常務監事分別為第一屆蔡新欣、第二屆劉兆凱、第三屆金世添,自第四屆起設監事會召集人,第四、五屆由曹興誠擔任,第六、七、八屆由孫弘擔任,第九、十屆由童兆勤擔任,第十一、十二屆由謝其嘉擔任。

 各項專業會務

園區公會為積極有效的推展各項會務工作,建構運作機制成立各種專業性質的委員會來解決及推動會員廠商專業性的議題,目前新竹園區設有有企劃暨公共事務、人力資源、財務會計、進出口保稅、安全衛生、環境保護、水電氣供應、智慧財產權暨法務、資訊通信、安全聯防、職工福利、大陸事務、業務行銷、公關、秘書暨行政及志工等16個專業委員會;中部園區設有安全聯防、水電氣供應、工安環保、進出口保稅、人力資源暨職工福利、企劃暨公共事務、公共關係、財務會計等8個專業委員會;南部園區設有企劃行銷暨公共事務、人力資源、進出口保稅、工安環保、水電氣供應、職工福利、資訊通信、安全聯防、採購、產官合作與技術發展、財務會計等11個專業委員會。另並成立教育訓練中心,長期舉辦產業幹部教育訓練,提升會員企業經營管理能力,運作績效深受廠商的認同、支持與肯定。

 會員成長情況

科學園區產業除了引進國外高新技術產業外,也引導我國由傳統勞力密集產業成功轉型為技術密集的高科技產業,三個科學園區的產業範圍涵蓋有積體電路、電腦週邊、通訊、光電、生物科技及精密機械等六大領域。截至2016年12月,新竹園區核准入區投資的廠商有530家, 487家量產,從業員工151,404人;南部園區核准入區投資的廠商有210家 , 188家量產,從業員工77,565人;中部園區核准入區投資的廠商有189家 ,136家量產,從業員工40,533人。

由於群聚效益、垂直整合、專業分工等產業型態的運作成功,2016年三區營業額已達新台幣2.3兆元,佔全國製造業比重的為8.7%。讓我國科技產業在世界科技舞台站有一席之地。

 聯絡會員管道

本會現有理監事36席、專職會務人員27位,經由建制的會務聯絡人、專業委員會委員、正副召集人等幹部、會員代表及高階主管與會員廠商各高階決策主管及各部門業務經理人保持密切聯繫,會員廠商如有反映建議意見或需公會、政府協助辦理事項,均可藉由這項編組完整的平台機制,維持完全暢通無阻的溝通交流與業務作業。

 擔負社會角色

園區公會代表全台科學園區會員廠商對外爭取及維護廠商共同權益、處理會員廠商共同問題、維持會員廠商間的和諧關係,配合協助政府政令宣導、發揮政府與會員之間交流平台功能,並擔負政府與會員之間中介委任事務。同時也必須在北、中、南三個園區所在地善盡各個社區適當功能責任,推動地方優良傳統善良習俗與新科技文化,以協助地方政府推展政務,並與在地民眾維持良好的互動關係。

 未來展望

發展科技產業已是全球化的趨勢,擴大科學園區的建設,運用政府的力量與民間的資源,擴大科學園區產業的群聚效應,建立台灣高科技產業的國際地位與聲譽,提升國家競爭力,是國人的共同願望。園區公會將與全體會員廠商共同努力,邁向成就台灣為「綠色矽島」計劃願景的實現。

 



PROFILE
 Inception and Development

 


Hsinchu Science Park is the first high-technology industrial park in Taiwan. When it was first established in 1980, there was a constant need for communication between government agencies and private sector with regard to the direction of science park development which was foreign to all parties concerned. Thus in September 1983, advocated by then Acer chairman Stan Shih, UMC chairman Bob Tsao, Microtek chairman C. H. Hsu, and MTI chairman Patrick Wang, the Allied Association for Science Parks Industries was conceived with the missions of serving the member firms, acting as a bridge for dialogue between the government and the industries, handling matters common to firms in the science park, and seeking the steady development of the park.


As time progressed, Southern Taiwan Science Park and Central Taiwan Science Park were subsequently created, following the success paradigm established by the Hsinchu Science Park. In coordination with the administrations for respective science park and the business needs of member firms, the ASIP set up an office in Southern Taiwan Science Park and Central Taiwan Science Park in October 1999 and October 2004 respectively. Currently the three ASIP offices have altogether 27 full-time staffs.


In light of the business expansion of the three ASIP offices and to provide a physical venue for the gathering of member firms, the ASIP embarked on the planning for the construction of a headquarters building in 1999 and completed the project in September 2003. The ASIP building has eight floors (six above ground and two below ground) and 8,967m2 floor space. The ASIP in Southern Taiwan Science Park leases 1,361 m2 of office space from the Southern Taiwan Science Park Administration to serve member firms, and the ASIP in Central Taiwan Science Park also leases 532 m2 of office space from the Central Taiwan Science Park Administration to serve member firms.

 Incumbent Chairmen of the Board of Directors

Incumbent Chairman of the board of directors  (12th term) is  Mr. David Shen  (  President  of  Hota Industrial Mfg, Co., Ltd., at the same time ).

  Chairmen of the Board of Directors and Conveners for the Board of Supervisors

There have been eight terms of directors and supervisors elected since the inception of the ASIP. There are 27 seats of directors and 9 seats of supervisors on the board. The chairmen of the Board of Directors over the years were C. H. Hsu (1st term), Bob Tsao (2nd , 3rd terms), Houng Sun (4th , 5th terms), F. C. Tseng (6th term),  C. C. Tung (7th , 8th terms), Chi C. Hsieh (9th, 10th term), and David Shen (11th,12th term). The standing supervisors or conveners for the Board of Supervisor (the position was established starting the 4th term) were in succession H. S. Tsai (1st term), C. K. Liu (2nd term), S. T. King (3rd term), Bob Tsao (4th and 5th terms),  Houng Sun (6th, 7th and 8th terms), C. C. Tung (9th, 10th term), and Chi C. Hsieh(11th,12th term) .

 ASIP Affairs

To facilitate the affairs of ASIP, various committees have been set up to address and promote the specialized issues of member firms. The ASIP office in Hsinchu Science Park has 15 committees, namely planning and public affairs, human resources, finance and accounting, bonding, safety and hygiene, environmental protection, public utilities supply, intellectual property rights, information and communication, security and defense alliance, employee welfare,  Mainland affairs,  secretariat and  public relations . The ASIP office in Central Taiwan Science Park has 8 committees, namely security and defense alliance, public utilities supply, industrial safety and environmental protection, bonding, human resources , employee welfare and public affairs , public relations ,and finance and accounting. The ASIP office in Southern Taiwan Science Park has 11 committees, namely planning, marketing and public affairs, human resources, bonding, industrials safety and environmental protection, public utilities supply, employee welfare, information and communication, security and defense alliance, procurement, industry-government-academia cooperation, and technical exchange and finance and accounting, as well as a training center that provides training to the employees of member firms to enhance their business management capabilities and is widely recognized for its performance.

 Membership Profile

Firms in the science parks bring in high-tech industries, and in addition, help transform Taiwan’s labor-intensive industries into technology-intensive industries. Industries in the three science parks cover primarily six spheres - semiconductor, computer peripherals, communications, opto-electronics, biotechnology, and precision machinery. As of the end of 2016, 530 firms have been approved to be stationed in the Hsinchu Science Park, of which, 487 are in volume production and employ in total 151,404 persons; 210 firms have been approved to be stationed in the Southern Taiwan Science Park , of which, 1884 are in volume production and employ in total 77,565 persons; 189 firms have been approved to be stationed in the Central Taiwan Science Park , of which, 136 are in volume production and employ in total 40,533 persons.


The successful undertakings of cluster effect, vertical integration, and division of labor pushed the gross output of the three science parks to NT$2.3 trillion in 2016, accounting for 8.7% of the country’s manufacturing output and helping Taiwan earn a spot in the world’s high-tech area. 

 Communication Channels

The ASIP now has 36 directors and supervisors, and 27 full-time staffs who keep close contact with senior management and business managers of member firms through a platform comprising corporate contact persons , committee members and conveners , member representatives, and corporate executives . Member firms that have suggestions or need the assistance of the ASIP or the government can communicate their views or needs through this well-organized mechanism.

 Social Roles

The ASIP represents member firms stationed in science parks across the country to vie for and uphold their common interests, handle problems common to member firms, help maintain a harmonious relationship among member firms, support the government in the propagation of government decrees, act as an exchange platform for the government and members, and serve as an intermediary in the affairs involving government and members. The ASIP also endeavors to assume certain functions in the local communities at where the science parks are located, promote good local traditions and customs as well as the new technological culture, assist the local governments in government affairs and maintain good interactions with local residents.

 Future Prospects

Developing high-tech industries is a global trend. It is the common wish of the people to see the government and the private sectors joining forces to expand the scale of science parks, augment their cluster effect, elevate the international stature and reputation of Taiwan’s high-tech industries and boost Taiwan’s competitiveness as a whole. These are also the aspirations of ASIP and all member firms as we work towards the vision of building Taiwan into the “Green Silicon Island.”