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'Strength in Unity' is the theme of Teijin Aramid's CSR report
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Teijin Aramid has published its 2008 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report. Basic theme of the report on 2008 is 'Strength in Unity', which expresses the core values of Teijin Aramid and the way it cooperates with its customers. With this sixth report, Teijin Aramid shows that CSR is heavily engrained in its DNA and that aramid fibers are the products of the future. The report is available in pdf format on the website teijinaramid.com.

In the CSR report on 2008, Teijin Aramid focuses on six key areas:
• Its new business strategy called 'Himawari', and the impact of the economic crisis;
• Individual and society, focusing on the way it engages with its staff and its role in society;
• The unique, international customer and market approach of Teijin Aramid;
• Eco-efficiency and the environmental achievements of the company: the balance Teijin Aramid seeks in its activities regarding economical and environmental aspects;
• Its recycling efforts: explaining why benefits of recycling outweigh its costs;
• Health and safety inside and outside the company: an extensive report on all measures taken concerning safety and health issues.

These six primary issues are chosen, because of their major impact on the business operations and because they were confirmed in conversations with different stakeholders. In the report some quotes of stakeholders are included.

The report on 2008 of Teijin Aramid is written according to the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).

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