DENSO's Relationships with Stakeholders
DENSO respects all its stakeholders and aims to be a trustworthy company in harmony with society.
For Our Customers
We rest on our four pillars of "quality, technology, service, and customer support," which are founded on our "customer first" mind. We will develop safe and high quality products and services, whereby we will strive to create a new value. Also, we will penetrate the safeguard of the personal information of our customers.
With Our Associates
In order that each of our more than 120,000 associates in 35 countries (as of the end of March 2011) can work vigorously, we will respect human rights and we will offer a fair working conditions free of discrimination and equitable opportunities for individual growth. Also, we will establish the values of "mutual trust and mutual responsibility" through sincere dialog and discussion to promote the building of a safe and comfortable working environment.
With Our Shareholders
DENSO has around 71,000 shareholders (as of the end of March 2011). While aiming to increase our corporate value through a stable and long-term growth, we practice a proper profit return to our shareholders. Also, we disclose business and financial data in a speedy manner through robust investor relations activities and our website, for example, to increase the transparency of our management.
With Our Suppliers
We have roughly 5,000 suppliers (as of the end of March 2011). Based on our "Open Door Policy," our doors of business opportunity are open worldwide, as we penetrate fairness in all business transactions follwing our disclosed procurement policies, as well as our impartial and fair evaluation system. We respect our suppliers as equal business partners and aim for mutual progress and growth.
With the Global and Local Communities
We are working on the activities of environmental conservation throughout our corporate behavior, aiming to be a corporation that operates in harmony with society, thereby proving the trust of global society and local communities. Also, as local members of local communities, our associates spread out proactive contributions to the countries or communities in which they work, confronting a variety of social issues.