Based on its management philosophy of “Harmony with Nature and Society,” the Group is promoting sustainability initiatives by making use of its vast company-owned forests in Japan and overseas in various ways and pursuing measures to reduce environmental impact at each manufacturing site. In addition, the Group has been a member of the United Nations Global Compact since 2003, supporting the 10 principles related to human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption, and striving to put them into practice in its daily business activities.
The sustainable business model that forms the foundation of the Group, “resource circulation throughout the value chain,” is supported by three ways of recycling: “forest recycling,” which implements sustainable forest management by growing, harvesting, and planting trees; “water recycling,” which reduces water consumption by recycling and reusing water in manufacturing processes; and “paper recycling,” which recovers and recycles paper products. The Group is working to help build a sustainable society by developing this model on a global scale.
The Oji Group will live together with society and continue to provide the safe and secure products for its customers.
Representative Director of the Board
President and Group CEO
Oji Holdings Corporation