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Communicating with Stakeholders

In order to better understand the expectations of society, it is essential to have continual communication with stakeholders.
Therefore, in addition to providing information, the Lintec Group works to maintain a dialogue with its stakeholders.

Communicating with Customers

Lintec makes use of a variety of opportunities to communicate with customers, including through products and services, sales activities, manuals, MSDSs, points of contact for inquiries, websites, and exhibitions. Through this communication, the company aims to improve its products and services, build relationships of trust, and improve customer satisfaction.

Exhibiting at Exhibitions in and Outside Japan

Communicating with Suppliers

Lintec utilizes a variety of opportunities to communicate with suppliers, including through purchasing activities, briefings, and questionnaires. Through this communication, the company aims to achieve fair transactions and mutual understanding, to ensure compliance, and to build relationships of trust.

Communicating with Employees

Lintec uses a variety of opportunities to communicate with employees, including through business activities, educational programs, briefings, social get-togethers, the intranet, and company newsletters. Through this communication the company aims to create workplaces where all employees can work with satisfaction based on the company motto.

Publication of the Community Magazine/CSR Communication

Communicating with Local Communities

Lintec makes use of a variety of opportunities to communicate with local communities, including through plant and facility tours, opinion exchange meetings with local governments, social contribution activities, websites, and company brochures. Through this communication, the company aims to foster mutual understanding with community residents and give back to local communities.

Offering Plant and Facility Tours

Communicating with Shareholders and Other Investors

Lintec utilizes a variety of opportunities to communicate with shareholders and investors, including through shareholders meetings, conferences for investors, websites, shareholder correspondence, annual reports, earnings summaries, and financial statements. Through this communication, the company aims to increase corporate value and build relationships of trust.

Active Promotion of IR Activities

Communication with the Media

Lintec uses a variety of opportunities to communicate with the mass media?and by extension society?including through the acceptance of requests regarding news coverage and the writing of manuscripts, responding to questionnaires, websites, and news releases. Through this communication, the company aims to disclose information with integrity to society and build relationships of trust.

Profiled on NHK

Media interview at the Research Center

Media interview at the Research Center

Lintec received coverage in NHK's live morning information program, “Asaichi,” and introduced how to remove stickers and labels neatly, such as peeling off at 180 degrees by pulling the sticker along the surface and softening adhesives using cooking oil. On the day when the coverage was broadcast, Lintec staff answered questions asked by guests, as well as questions received from the audience, in the TV studio. The Lintec Group will continue to work on public relations to provide society with interesting information.

Media Relations

In addition to distributing news releases on new products and events to various media outlets, the company welcomes requests for interviews as well as articles written by Lintec representatives. In fiscal 2014, the company issued about 20 news releases and granted about 60 requests for interviews and articles.

Main Awards for Activities

Komatsushima Plant
  • Director of Tokushima Labor Bureau, “Encouragement Award”
Chiba Plant
  • Chiba Prefecture Industrial Safety and Health Convention, “Outstanding Safety Management Plant Award”
Agatsuma Plant
  • Agatsuma Association for Safety of Hazardous Materials, “Outstanding Hazardous Materials Officer Award”
Kumagaya Plant
  • Kumagaya City 6th Green Curtain Contest, “Award of Excellence”
  • Kumagaya Workplace Police Association, “Outstanding Employee Award”
  • Kumagaya City Fire Department, “Fighting Spirit Award” at the 25th Private Fire Brigade First-Aid Fire Fighting Training
  • Kumagaya District Labor Standards Association, “Outstanding Employee Award”
Ina Technology Center
  • Ina Town Fire Department Fire Hydrant Competition: female team ranked third
Osaka Branch
  • Japan Red Cross, recognition as an organization contributing to blood donations
Tatsuno Plant
  • Hyogo Trucking Association “Challenge 100”: Quality Assurance Section team, Production Engineering Section team