The State Administration for Market Regulation recently called for top Chinese enterprises to take the lead in "guaranteeing quality, balancing price and ensuring supply" and in timely resumption of production in the fight against the virus outbreak.
A total of 133 enterprises that have been awarded or nominated for the China Quality Award over the years have actively participated in the efforts to improve quality and services amid the outbreak.
These companies, covering more than 30 industries, such as manufacturing, trade, transport, engineering and telecommunications, include big names, such as Weichai Holding Group Co Ltd and Gree Electric Appliances Inc.
So far, the companies have provided more than 10 million units of emergency products and materials, offered more than 40000 instances of volunteering and security services, and supported about 20 key projects involving epidemic prevention and control.
The companies receiving awards have mostly resumed operations, contributing greatly to securing the stable development of supply chains.
The 133 enterprises have proposed prioritizing virus prevention and control, and resuming work and production in an orderly manner by adopting flexible working methods and scientific tools to minimize impact. They've also proposed strictly ensuring the quality and safety of products, projects and services, and safeguarding market order with ample materials and high quality products at fair prices.
The involved enterprises also have called for more work in social responsibilities and more guidance on employees with positivity and confidence.