ROHM Group CSR/CSV
Ever since there has been attention drawn to the importance of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), there have also been questions asked about whether "management quality" has been secured for a company. This management quality refers to the quality of the overall management of a company and goes beyond just the QCDS (Product Quality = Quality, Cost, Delivery, Service, etc.) for the "goods" and "services" that a company supplies. At ROHM Group, we consider the satisfaction of both of these requirements to be the "quality of the company" and are striving to achieve this each day.
ROHM aims to correctly grasp the changes in society and strives to become a company that is selected by our customers and other stakeholders around the world. To improve the "quality of the company" even further, ROHM Group has worked to put CSR into practice by realizing the mission and policy in the "Company Mission" and "Basic Management Policy" that we have set ourselves since the foundation of the business.
The "Company Mission" and "Basic Management Policy" stated by ROHM Group reflect our strong desire to enrich society through our business activities and each and every employee uses them as a foundation when executing their duties. We also use this mission and policy as a foundation to define our "ROHM Group's CSR Policy" for each separate stakeholder from the aspect of CSR and we have defined "ROHM Group Business Conduct Guidelines" as more specific rules for action for ROHM employees.
The mission and policy in the "Company Mission" and "Basic Management Policy" will remain unchanged from now on, but the "CSR Policy" and "ROHM Group Business Conduct Guidelines" will continue to evolve in response to our dialogue with our stakeholders and the shifts in international norms. By approaching CSR in this way, we will further develop our actualization of CSV to solve the issues of society. We believe that the result of this will be that we will earn the trust of society and that it will lead to the sustainable growth of the company.
ROHM Group's CSR Policy
|Customers||ROHM seeks to obtain customer satisfaction and confidence by continuing to supply of high quality products and services in a timely and appropriate manner. ROHM is also open to customer feedback and suggestions, and will evaluate them internally. ROHM places the highest priority on the safety of its products and strives to disclose relevant information as necessary.|
|Business Partners||ROHM selects its business partners according to equitable and rational criteria. ROHM values the relationship with its business partners and conducts equal and fair transactions for mutual prosperity.|
|Employees||ROHM strives to ensure a safe and pleasant working environment, respect human values and individuality, and create a fair and appropriate workplace where each employee may demonstrate individual initiative.|
|Shareholders and Investors||ROHM seeks to continuously improve corporate value and secure appropriate profits in order to provide a steady return to both shareholders and investors. ROHM offers financial information in order to keep shareholders and investors actively informed.|
|Local Societies and Communities||ROHM works to deepen its relationship with each country and local community, respect their culture and custom, and implement and support social, cultural, and art activities. ROHM also endeavors to preserve the global environment throughout its daily business activities.|
Aiming to achieve the target in 2030, we have completed the 10-year period until the date of SDGs. The world is still faced with social issues such as global warming, major natural disasters caused by climate change, food and water shortages, and human rights problems, and some issues are more serious than ever. In order for us to work together with all of our stakeholders to realize a sustainable society, it will be important that we work on these issues throughout the entire value chain.
ROHM Group believes that the linking of business activities to these SDGs will lead to the realization of CSV, which is value common to both society and the company. In order to make CSV a reality and to advance the company and society, we arrange opportunities for dialogue with various stakeholders globally and define the priority CSR issues for ROHM Group so that we can actively contribute to the creation of a sustainable society through our business activities.
ESG Material Issues
ROHM Group aims to be a company that continues to be selected by stakeholders by solving environmental and social issues in the future. The Group's management vision is to "resolve social issues by contributing to the "energy conservation" and "downsizing" of customers by focusing on power and analog."In March 2021, we established Environmental Vision 2050 and declared carbon neutral and zero emissions. In May 2021, we formulated MOVING FORWARD to 2025, our medium-term management plan, as a strategic measure to achieve our Management Vision. At the same time, we are reexamining ESG-focused issues. By identifying ESG issues necessary for achieving the ideal image and realizing the medium-term management plan, setting KPIs, and working toward achieving them, ROHM will lead to the sustainable growth of ROHM and society.
ESG Material Issues
|Priority CSR issues||Applicable SDGs||Theme|
|Strengthening Sustainable Technologies, Developing and Supplying Innovative Products||Contribution by developing energy-saving products and supplying them to the market|
|Mitigation of Climate Change||Contribution by developing energy-saving products and supplying them to the market|
|Reduction in GHG emission|
|Reduction of energy consumption|
|Promoting the introduction of renewable energy|
|Effective Use of Resources||Water resource consumption reduction|
|Strengthening Employee Engagement||To foster a corporate culture that creates challenges|
|Enhancement of job satisfaction|
|Diversity Development||Promoting women in the workplace|
|Capacity Building and Staffing on a Global Level|
|Ensuring the Health and Safety of Employees||Promoting Health Management|
|Enhancing Corporate Governance||Ensuring diversity of managers|
|Review of Compensation Systems to Enhance Medium-to Long-Term Corporate Value|
|To secure the effectiveness of management|
|Risk Management||Strengthening the BCM Management System|
|Sustainable Supply Chain Management||Communications|
|Strengthening the BCM System|
|Promotion of green procurement|
|Promoting CSR Procurement Activities|
|Strengthening Product Safety and Quality||・Establishment and establishment of a quality assurance system through front loading
・Achieving Appropriate Quality by Incorporating the Customer's Perspective
2025 Goals for ESG Material Issues
Targets to be Achieved by 2025
- ※ESG material issues were formulated in 2021.
|Strengthening Sustainable Technologies, Developing and Supplying Innovative Products|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||Carbon decarbonization is an issue that must be achieved globally.To achieve these goals, technological innovations are underway around the world to significantly reduce environmental impact, including the use of electric vehicles and renewable energy.ROHM Group will also use its strengths in power and analog technologies to develop and provide new value-added products, thereby contributing to a carbon-free society.|
|Theme||Contribution by developing energy-saving products and supplying them to the market|
|Targets by 2025||Reduce CO₂ of cumulative 50M tons by 2030 through widespread use of xEVs using gate drivers and SiCs|
|Initiatives||"It is well known that CO₂ will be replaced by electric vehicles instead of gasoline-powered vehicles, and we expect demand for xEVs to grow at an accelerating pace in the future.Power IC is essential for xEV, and we will take advantage of this opportunity to expand our business.|
|Mitigation of Climate Change|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||Crisis awareness of climate change is rising on a global scale, as evidenced by the establishment of the Paris Agreement.ROHM has formulated ROHM Group Environmental Vision 2050, based on a strong awareness that this is by no means a matter of other personnel, but an issue that threatens the very business activities of ROHM Group itself.In order to pass on the global environment to the next generation in a better condition, ROHM Group will contribute to the realization of a carbon-free society by not only solving problems through its products, but also by promoting energy conservation and introducing renewable energy throughout its business activities.|
|Targets by 2025||
|Effective Use of Resources|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||In order to create a sustainable society for the future without depleting limited resources on Earth, we must realize a "recycling-oriented society" that can generate maximum effects with minimal resources and energy.|
|Theme||ROHM Group will pursue recycling-oriented management that minimizes the impact on the global environment by establishing new mechanisms and production technologies to reduce the impact on the global environment.|
|Targets by 2025||
|Strengthening Employee Engagement|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||To become a company that solves the social issues outlined in its management vision, ROHM Group must be a company where each and every employee of ROHM Group can work enthusiastically and enthusiastically.To this end, it is important to create an environment in which each and every employee at various lifestyle and life stages can work comfortably and achieve results.Through stronger engagement with employees, ROHM Group is committed to fostering a corporate culture that continues to boldly take on challenges without fear of failure in every workplace, and to creating a work environment that encourages employees to take on challenges.|
|Issue||To foster a corporate culture in which each and every employee continues to boldly take on challenges without fear of failure, and to create a work environment that encourages such challenges
・Strengthening Communication with Employees
|Targets by 2025||
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||ROHM Group, which has production and sales bases around the world, has employees of various nationalities and backgrounds.By bringing out the individuality and capabilities of these diverse human resources and demonstrating teamwork as "ONE ROHM," we can create innovation and provide products that help solve social issues.To this end, it is essential to develop employees who have a global mindset that allows them to think independently, accept different cultures, ideas, and ideas from a broad perspective, regardless of gender or nationality, and create new value.Based on this concept, ROHM Group has identified the promotion of diversity as an important management issue.|
|Targets by 2025||
|Ensuring the Health and Safety of Employees|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||Accidents at workplaces can threaten the lives of employees and affect business continuity.For this reason, ROHM Group believes that it is important to create workplaces where all employees and stakeholders can work safely in order to protect the lives and human rights of employees.Furthermore, in order for each employee to be motivated and fully demonstrate his or her abilities, he or she must be healthy both mentally and physically.Based on these concepts, ROHM Group recognizes that ensuring a safe, secure, and healthy workplace is an important management issue, and is actively working to create a comfortable and secure work environment and to maintain and improve the physical and mental health of employees.|
|Issue||・To create a work environment in which all employees and stakeholders can work safely and physically and mentally in good health|
|Theme||Promotion of health management|
|Targets by 2025||Health & Safety Targets|
|Enhancing Corporate Governance|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||In order to contribute to solving social issues through business activities and at the same time to realize corporate growth, a solid business foundation is essential.In order for ROHM Group to comply with social rules and meet the expectations of its diverse stakeholders, it is necessary to enhance corporate governance with the aim of strengthening competitiveness while ensuring management transparency.To this end, it is essential to clarify the roles and responsibilities of the Board of Directors, etc., make prompt decisions, and utilize outside directors from independent and objective perspectives to promote separation of management execution and supervision, and to strengthen the monitoring and supervision functions of the Board of Directors.ROHM Group will strengthen its corporate governance to achieve sustained growth and increase corporate and shareholder value.|
|Targets by 2025||
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||With the globalization of the economy and social changes, the risks surrounding companies are diversifying, and it is essential to appropriately manage various internal and external uncertainties regarding business in order to carry out management strategies and business objectives.Even if a company suffers damage from a large-scale natural disaster, accident, or epidemic of an infectious disease, it must not interrupt its critical operations. Even if a company suspends its operations, it must recover and resume operations within the shortest possible period of time. This is an important responsibility of the company. ROHM Group considers risk management to be an important management issue in its business foundation, and considers events that may interfere with business operations and business performance to be "risks." The Group will take measures to ensure business continuity and smooth recovery in the event of such events.|
|Issue||It is necessary to regard events that may interfere with business operations and business performance as "risks" and to take measures to ensure business continuity and smooth recovery even in the event of such events.|
|Theme||Strengthening BCM management system|
|Targets by 2025||
|Sustainable Supply Chain Management|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||Establishing a robust procurement system and building strong partnerships with business partners are essential to ensuring a stable supply of high-quality products that meet the needs of society.
Furthermore, in order to provide high-quality products to society in preparation for natural disasters and infectious diseases, which have become a threat to business continuity risk in recent years, it is essential to establish a system that enables ROHM Group to comprehensively manage all of its suppliers from the perspectives of quality, safety, the environment, human rights, and BCM together with business partners, and to improve the quality of management throughout the entire supply chain.
Based on the concept of "Mutual Trust and Mutual Prosperity" together with our business partners, we will establish a procurement system that meets the expectations of society and will take the initiative in building a sound supply chain in order to provide society with high-quality products.
|Issue||To prepare for business continuity risks caused by a pandemic and provide high-quality products to society, work with business partners who are important partners to improve management quality throughout the supply chain.|
|Targets by 2025||
|Strengthening Product Safety and Quality|
|Background and Challenges for Initiatives||ROHM's basic philosophy of "putting quality first" is the foundation of manufacturing."Quality" represents customer satisfaction. ROHM Group strives to develop new products, develop production systems, purchase raw materials, and make every effort to ensure that all staff members, from sales to administrative departments, adhere to the corporate objective of "Quality First."Based on this basic concept, ROHM Group will implement initiatives aimed at improving customer satisfaction as well as product safety.|
|Targets by 2025||Quality Satisfaction Score + 10% Improvement (compared to FY2020)|
Process of Identifying ESG Material Issues
ESG Material Issues and Medium-term Targets introduced above were analyzed and verified based on the results of external assessments, ISO26000 and other international guidelines and codes, as well as the requests received from dialogues with internal and external stakeholders. The results were then determined after identifying the impact that ROHM Group would have on society.
[Process of Identifying ESG Material Issues]
STEP1 : Identify Material Issue Candidates
- Based on our Group's corporate philosophy, action guidelines, and business models, we identify candidates for issues to be considered as candidates for major issues based on the results of ESG assessments such as ISO26000, GRI Standards, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), DJSI, MSCI, FTSE, Sustainalytics, etc., which are international CSR guidelines.
STEP2 : Evaluating from Stakeholder Perspective
- We have selected five groups of stakeholders who are deeply involved in ROHM Group's corporate activities: customers, suppliers, institutional investors, local communities, and employees. We confirmed the importance of each candidate for consideration from the perspective of stakeholders through a questionnaire survey, and analyzed the results.
- *In the questionnaire survey, about 180 people inside and outside the company gave their opinions on the evaluation of priority issues of ROHM Group.
STEP3 : Identifying and Prioritizing Priorities
- Identify and prioritize important issues to be addressed by the ROHM Group not only from the perspective of impact on the sustainability of society, but also from the perspective of enhancing the Group's corporate value.
STEP4 : Approval
- Approved by the CSR Committee, which is composed of all directors and managers with equivalent authority.
Communication with Stakeholders
The main stakeholders of ROHM Group are customers whom our products and services are provided to;
and all those individuals from the society such as shareholders, investors, employees, and suppliers who have direct stake in the functioning and performance of a company.
|Stakeholder Group||Main Responsibilities||Main Communication Methods & Opportunities|
|Customers||Ensure product qaulity||Contact our support team through the official website|
|Disclose relevant information of products||Exhibition|
|Improve customer satisfaction||Product information session|
|Meet potential requirements of customers||Customer satisfaction survey|
|Exchange of information during customer visit|
|Business partners||Conduct transparent and fair trade||Briefing for CSR Procurement|
|The concern for human rights, labor, safety, and environmental issues in global supply chain system||CSR Procurement Audit|
|CSR Procurement Self-Assessment (CSR Questionnaire)|
|Compliance Hotline for suppliers|
|Employees||Ensure labor, safety and hygiene issues in the workplace||Internal Online Portal Site|
|Respect for human rights and eliminate discrimination||Internal magazine|
|Human resources and talent development||Employee survey|
|Respect for diversity||Internal whistleblowing system (Compiance Hotline)|
|Agreement with labor union|
|Shareholders and investors||Appropriate and fair profit returns||Shareholders' meetings|
|Respect shareholders' voting rights||Briefing of financial results from President and Board of Directors|
|Disclose relevant and fair financial information||Visit overseas investors|
|Promote global IR activities||Conferences and technology seminars held by stock and securities company for Institutional investors|
|Company briefing for individual investors|
|Annual Financial Report|
|Official IR Website|
|Society and local communities||Leverage individual's skills and experiences that contribute to the society||Social contribution activities|
|Response to NPO (CDP etc.)||Answer to questionnaire surveys|
|Develop activities in response to issues differ from community to community||Business trips for education activities|
|Receive company and factory visit requests from schools|
|Music support (Music foundation)|
Dialogue with Customers
Dialogue with Shareholders and Investors
Dialogue with Employees
Dialogue with Business Partners
Dialogue with Local Societies and Community
- ※Due to COVID-19, we have been currently communicating online with our stakeholders.
CSR Management System
In ROHM Group, the CSR Committee, comprised of all the directors and division heads with their respective rights, fulfills responsibilities for CSR themes that spans the entire Group, such as the environment, society, and governance, with ROHM's President as the Committee Chairman. The CSR Committee includes seven subcommittees that make decisions based on discussions about objectives, plans, and performance in each area. Resolutions determined by the CSR Committee are conveyed to ROHM's internal divisions and group affiliates through the seven subcommittees then executed accordingly. Each member of the seven subcommittees is appointed by the respective committee chairperson at the same time the annual implementation plan is established, after which they begin fulfilling their duties. The CSR Office acts as both an office for managing the CSR Committee and a liaison with outside auditing organizations for CSR-related topics.
In ROHM Group, we obtained management system assurance based on implementing PDCA (Plan->Do->Check->Action) according to CSR Management System structure with the cooperation from each specialized committee, division and group companies.
Therefore, we are aiming to get selected and recognized by stakeholders through improving company's management quality.
Management System Assurance & Operation Status
|Themes||Management System Certification/Customer Demands|
|Quality/Functional Safety for the Industrial/Automotive Industry||ISO/TS16949
|Management Quality (Quality of Business Activities)||Environment||ISO14001|
|Occupational Health and Safety||OHSAS18001*1|
|Labor, Health and Safety, Environmental, Ethics, Management Systems||RBA*2VAP audit*3|
- *1We are currently working on the transition from OHSAS18001 to ISO45001.
- *2：RBA(Responsible Business Alliance) Code of Conduct is a set of social, environmental and ethical industry standards. The standards set out in the Code of Conduct reference international norms and standards including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, ILO International Labor Standards, OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, ISO and SA standards, and many more. While the Code of Conduct originated with the electronics industry in mind, it is applicable to and used by many industries beyond electronics.
- *3VAP stands for Validate Audit Process. This is a third-party Audit of the EICC code of conduct.
Participate in UN Global Compact
The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is an international initiative that enables businesses and other organizations to exercise responsible and creative leadership in order to achieve sustainable growth. Companies supporting UNGC must maintain 10 principles in the 4 areas of human rights, labor, environment and anticorruption. ROHM Group joined the membership of UNGC in May 2011 and continuing to support the 10 principles.
External (Third-party) Evaluation
ROHM actively communicates with shareholders and investors around the world, for example by disclosing business results and other corporate information promptly.
In addition, ROHM has formulated a disclosure policy and strives to provide fair and accurate information in a timely manner.
ROHM Has been Selected as a Constituent in one of FTST4Good Index
ROHM is selected as one of the "FTSE 4 Good Index" components by British Index Company - FTSE Russell for 17 consecutive years.
ROHM is also selected as the component of "FTSE Blossom Japan Index," Which is the new ESG investor index established by Government Pension Investment Fund(GPIF) for 4 consecutive years.
ROHM Has Been Received “A” Rank in MSCI ESG Rating
ROHM Group received "A" rank in ROHM ESG rating conducted by MSCI of the US Morgan Stanley Group. MSCI is characterized by narrowing down the ESG issues of high importance based on the industrial characteristics of the companies subject to ESG evaluation and conducting evaluation.
ROHM Awarded Gold Rating of Sustainability 2020 by EcoVadis
ROHM has been awarded the top-rank Gold Rating of sustainability 2020 by EcoVadis, the France-based global assessment agency.EcoVadis, the world's trusted provider of business sustainability ratings assesses activities of Corporate Social Responsibility in 198 purchasing categories and in 155 countries according to the four themes: Environment, Labor Practices & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement. The Gold Rating places ROHM among the top 5 percent of all businesses assessed by EcoVadis. In particular, ROHM is included within the top 1 percent of businesses in Environmental theme.
ROHM Has Been Certified as Health & Productivity Management Organization
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Nippon Kenko Kaigi jointly offer the Certified Health & Productivity Management Organization Recognition Program to recognize enterprises that are outstanding in implementing initiatives to promote health and productivity management including efforts aimed at addressing regional health problems.ROHM has been certified to be among “White 500” large-scale Health & Productivity Management Organizations for the fourth consecutive year.
ROHM Ranked 5th in the “10th Quality Management Level Research”
ROHM is pleased to announce the result of the “10th Quality Management Level Research” in 2018 conducted by the Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers (UJSE), sponsored by Nikkei Inc.. ROHM was highly evaluated and ranked fifth. Quality Management Level Research has been conducted by UJSE, once every two years. The purpose of this research is to raise awareness and encourage industries to be more actively involved in promoting 'quality management',
- *This survey has not been conducted since 2019.
Acquisition of "Association for Business Innovation in Harmony with Nature and Community Certification" from ABINC
ROHM has been highly praised for its biodiversity-conscious environmental conservation efforts in the vicinity of its headquarters, and recently obtained the "Association for Business Innovation in Harmony with Nature and Community Certification" from the General Incorporated Association ABINC(*1).
ABINC certification is a certification system that began in 2014 to evaluate and certify biodiversety-friendly efforts in the creation, management, and use of green spaces in accordance with the “Guidelines for Promoting Biodiversity in Business Sites” developed by general corporations and the Japan Biodiversity Initiative (JBIB).
*1 ABINC(Association for Business Innovation in harmony with Nature and Community)
Acquisition of SEGES for Green Certification by ROHM Head Office
ROHM‘s head office factory has obtained the first certification from SEGES(Social and Environmental Green Evaluation System) in the green development ranking division, which is the third highest among the five stages of Excellent stage 2 certification. The certification rate is still low in Japan, and we received the first certification in Kyoto. SEGES objectively evaluates and certifies the outstanding efforts of companies and other organizations that contribute to society and the environment through green conservation and development activities for green spaces. The fact that forest maintenance, which we have been working on in harmony with nature, has become an indispensable green space for living things and local communities, and that we have a close relationship with the government have led to the acquisition of certification.
Awards and Evaluations from Customers
ROHM Group has been making daily efforts to improve quality and environmental issues in order to meet customer expectations. Our efforts have been evaluated by our customers and we have received the following awards.
|2011||"Global Supplier Award 2011/2012" from Bosch.|
|2011||"QCD Certificate" from Epson Engineering (Shenzhen).|
|2011||"2011 World Excellence Award" from Ford.|
|2011||"Excellence Award" from the Toyota Hirose Plant for quality control activities.|
|2011||Rated by Denso as the best "quality supplier" for the fifth consecutive year in the electronic component quality evaluation system in the signal transistor category.|
|2011||"Excellence Award" from Hanshin Electricfrom for quality improvement activities.|
|2012||"Supplier Quality Award 2012" from Continental.|
|2012||"Pinnacle Award for Supplier Excellence" from Delphi.|
|2012||"GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award" from General Motors.|
|2012||"Excellence Award" from the Toyota Hirose Plant for quality control activities.|
|2012||"Quality Excellence Award" from Denso.|
|2012||"Quality Excellence Award" from Mitsuba.|
|2012||"Quality Excellence Award" from Fujitsu Ten.|
|2013||"Supplier Quality Award 2013" from Continental.|
|2013||"GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award" from General Motors.|
|2013||"Excellence Award" from the Toyota Hirose factory for quality control activities.|
|2013||"Excellence Award" from Clarion for QCD improvement activities.|
|2013||Certified as "Best Supplier" by Pioneer.|
|2013||"Supplier Quality Excellence Award" from Honda Lock.|
|2013||"Quality Improvement Award" from Hitachi Automotive Systems Hanshin.|
|2014||"GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award" from General Motors.|
|2014||"Excellence Award" from the Toyota Hirose factory for quality control activities.|
|2014||"Excellent Supplier Award" from Mitsubishi Electric Communication Networks center for the achievement of zero defects over the long term.|
|2014||"Quality Excellence Award" from Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Nagoya Works.|
|2015||"Supplier of the Year 2014 Best Performance within Category Discretes and Standard Ics" from Continental.|
|2015||"Pinnacle Award for Supplier Excellence" from Delphi.|
|2016||"Supplier of the Year 2015 Best Performance within Category Broadliner Electronics" from Continental.|
|2016||"GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award" from General Motors.|
|2016||"Quality Excellence Award" from Toyota Hirose Factory.|
|2016||"Best Supplier of Alpine electronics manufacturing of Europe Ltd." from Alpine.|
|2016||"Special Award" for its efforts in quality and service from Calsonic Kansei.|
|2016||Certified by Denso as the best "quality supplier" for the fifth consecutive year in the electronic component quality evaluation system in the transistor and signal application divisions.|
|2017||"Supplier of the Year 2016, Best Performance within Global Category Discretes" from Continental.|
|2017||"Partner Excellence Award" in 2016 supplier evaluation from TOTO.|
|2017||"Quality Excellence Award" from Asmo for its quality improvement activities in FY2016.|
|2017||"Quality Excellence Award" from Stanley Electric for its quality of delivery in 2016.|
|2018||Certified as "Best Supplier" by Pioneer.|
|2019||"Quality and Delivery Excellence Award" by Power Supply Technology.|
|2019||"Quality Excellence Award" from Stanley Electric for its quality of delivery in 2018.|
|2020||"GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award" from General Motors.|
|2020||“Certificate of appreciation” for its efforts in quality from Toyota.|
|2020||"Quality Excellence Award" from Sumitomo Wiring Systems.|
|2020||"Quality Excellence Award" from Stanley Electric for its quality of delivery in 2019.|
|2020||"Quality Contribution Award" by Minebeamitsumi.|
|2021||"Quality Excellence Award" from the Canon Nalayama factory.|