The Meiden Group informs its stakeholders of its attitude and initiatives relating to social responsibility through the two media of the Meidensha Report (print edition and web edition) and the Meiden Group CSR (web edition).
With regard to the content of the reports, we work to collect and analyze information that meets our stakeholders’ expectations and is of interest to our stakeholders, and distribute it through regular notices, IR activities, and interviews with each department.
Furthermore, the Meiden Group is conducting internal communication activities as part of the process of drafting reports in order to understand changes in the external environment and share future issues and trends. In addition, we work to strategically promote future CSR initiatives by exchanging opinions based on the reports that have been created, and having each department reflect on its own activities, taking into account outside perspectives.
A comprehensive collection of financial information concerning the Meiden Group and nonfinancial information such as initiatives that contribute to improving corporate value and management strategies.
1. Booklet, PDF
A simple introduction focusing on specific initiatives to tackle CSR issues that the Meiden Group considers important.
2. Web edition
This report mainly covers initiatives taken in fiscal 2018 (April 1, 2018 - March 31, 2019)
It also includes some information from prior to fiscal 2018 and until July 2019.
The report mainly covers initiatives of Meidensha Corporation and its affiliated companies. Human resources data applies to affiliated companies in Japan, while environmental reporting data applies to Meidensha and its 33 major affiliated companies (16 in Japan and 17 overseas).
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In addition to past and current facts about the Meiden Group, this report contains forecasts for the future based on plans, outlooks and business policies and strategies in effect at the time of publication. These forecasts are our assumptions and judgments as based on information available at the time they were stated, and may differ from actual business activity results and events in future owing to changes in conditions.