Teijin has released its Integrated Report 2015, which for the first time combines the company’s financial information, management strategies and performance data with its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities.
According to Teijin, the report covers fiscal 2014, which ended March 31, 2015, and succeeds the separate annual and CSR reports previously published. This year, it opens with a message from Teijin President and CEO Jun Suzuki about the background and aim of the Group’s Restructuring Initiatives and Transformation and Growth Strategies, which were announced in the Revised Medium-term Management Plan in November 2014. The report also includes the Group’s studies in value creation, which Teijin says shows how the company intends to leverage its management resources and unique strengths to realise sustainable growth and create value for society based on the Group’s corporate philosophy.
Regarding corporate governance and CSR activities, the report introduces the strategy management team and the Group’s corporate governance philosophy, identifying material CSR issues through dialogues with external experts and other means. It also covers environmental issues, which Teijin is addressing through the reduction of CO2 emissions and biodiversity conservation projects, and social issues such as diversity, industrial safety and health.
The report additionally includes Teijin’s operating segments and the strengths of each, financial data from the past 11 years and a complete financial report for fiscal 2014.
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