The Toyota Tsusho Group's philosophy system is comprised of four levels.
Living and prospering together with people, society and the globe, we aim to be a
value-generating corporation that contributes to creation of a prosperous society
As a good corporate citizen, we will:
Implement open and fair corporate activities.
Fulfill our social responsibilities and conserve the global environment.
Offer creativity and provide added value.
Respect people and create an active workplace worth working in.
We have established Global Code of Conduct & Ethics (10 creeds), which makes Behavioral
Guidelines more concrete, on July 1st, 2016
The best assurance of safety, quality, and reliability - based on your needs (Genba)
The Right ONEfor us
Maximization of individual capabilities, global networks and diversity to create
The Right ONEfor future
Unique insights and capabilities to explore new possibilities for future and
Global Vision - Toyotsu Core Values
To realize the
vision, we will materialize Toyotsu group way as Toyotsu Core Values for basic approaches
in the next 10 years
We will focus on Toyotsu Core Values and further enhance these elements while displaying
and utilizing them.
Global Vision - Toyotsu Core Values to realize growth
size through the Toyotsu Core Values
Global Vision - Business expansion through Toyotsu Core Values
Expansion of our current business with our own (internally generated) resources.
Business expansion in new areas where we can utilize our expertise in region and / or
business domain from our Toyotsu Core Values such as Genba-focus
New business development with a focus on innovative technologies, services and products
utilizing Collective force
and Innovator spirit
The Toyota Tsusho Group Way (Toyotsu Group Way)
"Shokon" (A Passion for Business)
spirit of indomitability
Tackle every job with the pluck, perseverance, and passion to get things done right
The spirit of enterprise
Exercise ambition and imagination in anticipating trends, hone your perceptiveness in steering
customers to new possibilities, and foster new functions and lines of business
"Genchi, Genbutsu, Genjitsu" (On Site, Hands on, In touch)
Inquiring into the true needs of our customers
Step out into the field (On Site), see things for yourself (Hands on), and grasp what is
happening to render sound business judgments and to adapt your approach to real-world
circumstances (In touch)
Putting PDCA* into practice
Look beyond the established wisdom in illuminating problems and in tackling improvements,
reforms, and transformations as circumstances warrant *Plan, Do, Check, Action!
"Team Power" (Teamwork)
Set goals for yourself and work autonomously to achieve those goals Bring a sense of
professionalism to your work and strive continuously to hone your capabilities
Nurture mutual trust with colleagues through dialogue, exchange, and sensitivity Pursue
overall-optimum solutions by encouraging each individual to assume a sense of personal commitment
for work, while retaining open-minded flexibility and to secure the participation of colleagues
in tackling the work
PT. Toyota Tsusho will maintain an Environmental Management System according to the requirements
of ISO 14001. This will be achieved by:
Complying with standards required by relevant environmental legislation and regulations, and
any other requirements such as export import related regulations, etc.
Commitment to continual improvement in environmental performance by:
Establishing environmental objectives and targets, and monitoring their progress towards
Preventing pollution of the environment from normal, abnormal or conditions by means
of adequate operational controls and an emergency preparedness plan, in addition preserving
our natural surroundings, conserving energy and recycling resources.
Fostering amongst employees an understanding of best environmental operating practices and
commitment to the Environmental Policy and Management System
Ensuring that Environmental Management is resourced, annually reviewed objectives targets
Maximizing risk management to secure business continuity to meet stakeholders’ expectations.