Stakeholder Communications

Basic ideas and policies

The Resonac Group aims to be a company that is trusted and rated highly by all stakeholders by fulfilling its social responsibilities. Having dialogue with stakeholders is essential for the Group to identify society’s needs in an appropriate manner and prevent becoming trapped in dogmatic ideas. We therefore attribute importance to communication with our stakeholders and will expand opportunities to conduct dialogue with them.


Relationships with shareholders and institutional investors

The Resonac Group regards IR activities as those that help shareholders and investors deepen their understanding of the Group’s corporate management, business activities and strategies, so that they can evaluate the Group’s corporate value in a fair manner. Based on this idea, we are committed to:

  1. (1) Fostering communication with shareholders and investors and increasing our management transparency, and
  2. (2) Disclosing corporate information about the Group in an easy-to-understand, fair, timely and accurate manner to help shareholders and investors deepen their understanding of and trust in the Group.

In 2022, we resumed face-to-face communication (while still making partial use of online meetings and teleconferencing) in conducting one-on-one interviews, overseas IR efforts, and on-site briefings for individual investors.

Major means of communication

IR events
  • Ordinary shareholders’ meeting
  • Briefing on financial results
  • Briefing on management policies
  • Briefing on our business
  • Small meetings and individual meetings
  • Dialogue on ESG-related issues
  • Briefing for individual investors
  • IR website
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Relationships with local communities and authorities

In order to become a “social contribution company” as stated in the Resonac Group’s CSR Policy, we will proactively participate in local community activities and conduct dialogue sincerely with local residents to deepen mutual understanding, and will collaborate with them to solve local issues for the sustainable development of their communities. We are also making efforts to earn trust from local communities and authorities through the Group’s safe and stable operations.

Major means of communication

  • Tours of the Group’s facilities
  • CSR Site Report (once a year)
  • Publication of a local PR newsletter
  • Dialogue with local communities
  • Employees’ participation in local activities
  • Provision of special classes at school
  • Sponsorship of community events 
  • Support for local organizations 
  • Disaster relief

Relationships with customers

By providing customers with unique products and services that are useful and safe and exceed our customers’ expectations, we are giving satisfaction to our customers and encouraging them to buy our products and services repeatedly.

Major means of communication

  • Information dispatch through news releases
  • Participation in exhibitions
  • Publication of product brochures
  • Dissemination of information through websites, etc. 
  • Plant tours, and others

Relationships with business partners

As a matter of course, we are working to earn trust from our business partners when dealing with them and to comply with the Resonac Group’s Sustainable Procurement Guidelines together with them, with an eye to solving environmental and social issues across the supply chain, thereby increasing mutual corporate value.

Major means of communication

Relationships with employees and their families

As a precondition for the Resonac Group’s growth, we think it is necessary to ensure that employees who are “core players for value creation” can work with vigor to meet society’s needs. Accordingly, we are working to communicate extensively with employees, providing them with workplaces where they can work with satisfaction, and to become an enterprise that they can be proud of. We are also conducting activities to help employees’ families deepen their understanding of the Group, including inviting them on a tour of our facilities.

Major means of communication

  • Publication of the in-house magazine (four times a year)
  • Information dispatch through the intranet (updated from time to time)
  • Conduct employee surveys 
  • Arrange dialogues between management and employees (town hall meetings, roundtables, etc.) 
  • Provision of various training opportunities
  • Labor-management discussions (Labor-Management Committee, face-to-face discussion called “commu-cussion” on Responsible Care, and others)
  • Invitation of families on a tour of the facilities, and others