When multiple adjectives each modify a noun separately, they are coordinate.

 

E.g.: We are aiming to become an agile, profitable and environmentally friendly company.

Our adjectives are coordinate adjectives if:

1. The order can be reversed without changing the meaning.

2. The comma can be replaced with and without changing the meaning.

Incorrect: Companies with severe chronic cash flow difficulties must be put under closer scrutiny.

Correct:    Companies with severe, chronic cash flow difficulties must be put under closer scrutiny.

 

You source language may not differentiate a coordinate adjective and therefore have different punctuation rules but English language does.

You can refer to A Writer’s Reference (8th edition) by Diana Hacker and Nancy Sommers (2017) for further reading on this topic.