Shindengen Group Environmental Policy

After formulating the Environmental Vision 2050 for the Shindengen Group in December 2021, we revised the Shindengen Group Environmental Policy. We will make continuous improvements to realize sustainable development goals, firmly taking into consideration changes in the circumstances surrounding the Group and our expectations and needs. We will respond appropriately to them, taking into account not only impact on the environment, but also the environment itself.


Shindengen Group Environmental Policy

Our unchanging management philosophy is “Together with society, our customers, and our employees,” and our mission statement is “We will maximize energy conversion efficiency for the benefit of humanity and society.”
In addition our promise to “Listen closely, look ahead, and create a future of value” comprises a shared policy for the entire Shindengen Group. Our Environmental Vision 2050 is “Believing a bountiful global environment connected to the next generation is a ‘future of value,’ we pursue sustainability to help realize decarbonization, a circular economy, and a society in harmony with nature.”
Shindengen Group employees are committed in their pursuit of developing sustainable electronics across all stages of production from development and design to manufacturing. Products include semiconductors, power supply units, electrical components, and solenoids.

  1. We are committed to complying with applicable requirements, including laws, regulations, and contracts.
  2. We will evaluate the impact our business activities and products have on the environment, and we will strive for continual improvement. 
  3. We will regularly update our environment management systems to improve environmental performance.

Environmental policies are applied to ISO 14001 certified companies in the Shindengen Group (Japan). Other domestic and overseas companies engage in environmental activities in accordance with the environmental policies of the Group.

Kenji Horiguchi
Shindengen Group Environmental Committee Chair

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