Business Environment Council
Gold Award of Hong Kong Eco-Products Award
Glass Electronic Bathroom Scale (TX-655) and Glass Electronic Body Fat Bathroom Scale (TFX 40) under the brand of Terraillon granted Gold Award of Hong Kong Eco-Products Award by Business Environment Council in 2005. The award-winning products are produced from recycled materials with recycled packaging materials; energy is being use efficiently. Fook Tin implements a various production procedures to meet the environmental protection regulation of RoHS standard. Fook Tin shows its capability in continuous improvement and innovation technology on reduction of pollution, product quality enhancement etc during the production process.
Hong Kong Awards for Industry
Certificate of Merit in Consumer Product Design
TFA Optima, originated designed by Fook Tin and the first consumer wireless Total Body Composition Monitoring System in the world, was awarded Hong Kong Awards for Industry: Certificate of Merit in Consumer Product Design. It is recognition to Fook Tin on innovation technology and endless effort in product design.
TFA Optima applies Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis technology to provides a detail analysis of body weight, percentage of body fat and body water, muscle mass, bone mineral mass etc. Also, TFA Optima provides the function of calorie calculations for maintaining the level of body fat.
2005-2006 Caring Company Recognition
Fook Tin was awarded the "2005-2006 Caring Company Recognition" in Family, Friendly, Mentoring and Giving. During the years, Fook Tin contributes to the society through supporting and organizing seminars and visits with industrial associations and universities to share its experience, market trends etc. Besides, Fook Tin put its effort to promote the importance of environmental protection in the Pearl River Delta Region cooperating with Federation of Hong Kong Industry in 2005 by investing and implementing related facilities to reduces pollutions.
Also, in December 2004, Fook Tin organized a sponsored Charity Walk and raised HK$100,000 to The Life Education Activity Programme (LEAP) to support LEAP to provide education programmes for young people that the importance of a healthy lifestyle by avoiding drugs including cigarettes and alcohol.