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.
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.
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.
Environmental communication with society
Opinion exchange meeting with college students and government representatives regarding Lintec's environmental activities
Nippon Institute of Technology Miyashiro Campus
46 (31 university students and teachers; 7 company representatives; 5 government representatives; 3 others)
January 16, 2017
Comment by the program host
The meeting was planned in cooperation with the Nippon Institute of Technology and LINTEC Corporation in order to provide students studying environmentally conscious manufacturing approaches with an opportunity to deepen their understanding of corporate environmental efforts. It was a truly lively session, characterized particularly by the company's earnest attitude in responding to questions from students.
Participating in a Gunma town meeting on environmental issues
Panel discussion on Gunma Prefecture's Basic Environmental Plan 2016–2019, including presentations by panelists and coordinators on their activities
Nakanojo Joint Government Building in Nakanojo-machi, Gunma Prefecture
February 4, 2017
Communicating with Stakeholders
Lintec utilizes a variety of opportunities to communicate with shareholders and investors, including through shareholder meetings, business results briefings, IR meetings and company information sessions. We also use websites and shareholder correspondence to enhance information communication activities, aiming to help stakeholders deepen their understanding of our corporate activities, thereby achieving appropriate share pricing and building relationships of trust.
Advanced Technology Building tour for institutional investors
In March 2017, we provided Japanese institutional investors with a tour around the Advanced Technology Building belonging to the Research & Development Division. The building was completed in 2015 to house large test coaters similar to factory production facilities and cutting-edge analyzers, among other equipment, aiming to achieve faster and smoother processes from R&D to mass production. Participants took a guided tour around the facilities, mainly viewing the coaters, analyzers, and laboratories, and listened to researchers' presentations on their ongoing advanced technology projects. Through this event, we effectively showcased our strong R&D capabilities as a technology-centered company.
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.
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 2016, the company issued about 20 news releases and granted about 60 requests for interviews and articles.
Main Awards for Activities
- Agatsuma Association for Safety of Hazardous Materials: "Outstanding Hazardous Materials Officer Award"
- Kumagaya Workplace Police Association: "Superior Security Award"
- Kumagaya City Fire Prevention Society: Commendation for participating in the private fire brigade first-aid firefighting drill
- Kumagaya District Labor Standards Association: "Outstanding Employee Award"
- Kumagaya City Government: Certification for childcare support efforts
- Japan Association for Safety of Hazardous Materials and Hyogo Association for Safety of Hazardous Materials: "Director-General's Award"
- Tatsuno City Private Fire Brigade Competition: Ranked third in indoor fire hydrant category; ranked third in fire hydrant category
- Tokyo Metropolitan Government: 2016 certification for sports promotion efforts
- Ageo Chief of Police and Ageo Safe Driving Association: Commendation for safe driving records