LONGi among 50 best-managed companies in China

LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (LONGi

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) was recently selected as one of the 50 winners of the 2022 China’s Best Managed Companies award program by Deloitte China, becoming part of the global BMC enterprise with its outstanding performance in the global framework of Deloitte’s Management Excellence Standards in the four dimensions of “Strategy, Capability, Commitment and Finance.”

LONGi at 2022 China’s Best-Managed Companies Award Ceremony

The 50 winners this year have demonstrated strong business performance and brand values, especially considering the multiple challenges, including COVID-19, they have experienced in the past year.

They exemplified the resilience and ability to rapidly recover from the pandemic and adapt to new situations.

—commented Xu Ke, managing partner of Deloitte Private China.

While LONGi makes a great effort to innovate the solar energy industry, reliability is the company’s primary standard. “LONGi has always been a firm believer in longtermism. It not only takes long-term reliability as the basic principle of product development but also innovatively promotes the concept of ‘producing clean energy products from clean energy’ in the photovoltaic industry, adhering to responsible production and shouldering increasing responsibility for global sustainable development,” said Zhong Baoshen, Chairman of LONGi, in an interview with Deloitte China and Harvard Business Review.

The global BMC program[1] was co-launched by Deloitte, Bank of Singapore, HKUST Business School and Harvard Business Review. The program has a 29-year history and aims to identify organizations with exceptional and systematic management skills. It is the only international award that comprehensively evaluates the management system of private enterprises from various segments in China.

This award for LONGi also marks a significant milestone for the development of China’s solar industry. It signifies both the company’s and the industry’s progress in broadening global vision and international management, further strengthening competitiveness in the global supply chain.


  1. ^ The global BMC program (www2.deloitte.com)

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