Diversity & Inclusion

Our global activities are supported by 280,000 employees at over 400 group companies across many countries and regions (as of the end of March 2022).

SEG (Sumitomo Electric Group) will maximize the Group’s energy and competitiveness and foster Top Technology by leveraging its diverse talents' quality and capabilities.

Sustainability

Pandemics, natural disasters and global instabilities such as wars are risks that can threaten our global activities and supply chains.

While managing such risks appropriately, SEG will strive to keep growing its corporate value through respecting the global environment and human rights,

caring for employees and conducting fair and impartial trade.

 

Fundamental Policy for Sustainability Management (Established in April 2022)

Corporate Philosophy

Attention to Sustainability (examples)

Fair and impartial trade with suppliers

Crisis management

Consideration for climate change and other global environmental problems

Respect for human rights

Consideration for employees’ health and labor environment / fair and appropriate treatment

Integral as a going concern to enhance our corporate value perpetually.

Our purpose

Based on the spirit of “contributing to the public benefit through business while striving to ensure mutual prosperity with our stakeholders,”

Purpose

  • Contribute to building a better society by pursuing Top Technology and innovation on a global scale, using the integrated capabilities of Sumitomo Electric Group.

SEG is committed to this group purpose.

Our commitment to climate protection

We strive to balance the CO2 emissions in the production of our print products (flyers, brochures, etc.) at the Willich site through climate protection projects. Therefore, we buy many climate-neutral products in which all CO2 emissions, which are unavoidable in the process chain, are calculated and offset through recognized climate protection projects. Our goal is to achieve this offset for all our print products.