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Corporate Information


Visualizing a better tomorrow for all

EIZO Group contributes to the development of a prosperous society using our unique technologies and inherent principles resulting in sustainable growth together with society.

Our Major Goals    

Create new value for society with Imaging Chain Innovation Accelerate the pace of reducing environmental impacts Promote CSR throughout the supply chain Create a working environment that enables everyone to work with vigor

Sustainability Policy

At the heart of our Sustainability policy lies the EIZO Group Principles of Conduct, which serves as a guideline for every individual member of the EIZO Group to follow in order to realize our corporate philosophy and serves as a commitment to our stakeholders.


Sustainability Committee

Following the EIZO Group Principles of Conduct revised in May 2021, we reorganized our CSR management system and established a new sustainability promotion system.

The Sustainability Committee is chaired by the President & CEO. It strives, with the involvement of top management, to promote sustainability throughout the Group.   



EIZO's Materiality

EIZO's Materiality and Key Focus Point


From the perspective of sustainability, we identified social issues that are closely related to our company by referring to the SDGs, GRI standards, etc., and evaluated them based on two indices, "importance to stakeholders" and "importance to the EIZO Group," and then identified materialities (important issues) that EIZO should address. After deliberation by the Sustainability Committee, these issues were approved by the Board of Directors.

Steps Taken to Identify Materiality

STEP1 Selecting the Issues

We selected social issues closely related to the EIZO Group’s value chain as candidates for key issues by referring to our
Principles of Conduct and international goals and guidelines, such as the SDGs and GRI Standards.

STEP2 Analyzing the Issues

We evaluated and analyzed the selected social issues from the perspectives of the degree of impact on each
stakeholder and degree of impact on the EIZO Group. The results of our analysis were finalized after receiving opinions
from outside experts, as part of the stakeholder dialogue, to assess whether we had covered all items with regard to the
Group’s significant impact on the economy, environment, and people, and whether we had appropriately determined
the level of importance.

STEP3 Identifying Materiality

The results of the aforementioned analysis were mapped onto a graph to identify social issues important to both stakeholders and the EIZO Group as the Group’s materiality.
Following deliberation by the Sustainability Committee, the Group’s materiality was adopted by the Board of Directors in March 2022.



KPIs and Targets

we have established the following Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Targets for our Materialities and Key Focus Points. (Click image to enlarge).



Mid-Term Sustainability Goals

In our policy on sustainability set forth in the EIZO Group Principles of Conduct, we have positioned the following to be of high importance from the perspective of both stakeholder expectations and our management strategy, as outlined in our Medium-Term Sustainability Goals, and are implementing the PDCA cycle each fiscal year.

 -Contribute to society with new value created through Imaging Chain × Innovation

 -Accelerate the pace of reducing environmental impacts
  <Products>     Industry-leading environmentally responsible development
  <Operations> · Reduce CO2 emissions by 70% compared to FY2017 levels by FY2030
                         · Achieve net zero CO2 by FY2040

 -Promote sustainability in a concerted effort throughout the supply chain

 -Create a working environment that enables everyone to work with vigor

We are currently working to identify priority issues (materiality) in order to enhance our corporate value over the medium and long term, and the following processes are being carried out under the Sustainability Committee.

  • Extract both management and social issues that impact our business activities
  • Evaluate importance based on two axes: stakeholder expectations and our own business strategy.
  • Identify materiality

Integrated Report


In the interest of providing an insightful report for our shareholders, investors and other stakeholders on the EIZO Group’s mid-and-long-term initiatives to enhance our corporate value by integrating financial information and non-financial information, we now publish the Integrated Report as a replacement for the CSR Report.

Integrated Report
CSR Report (Prior to 2019)


EIZO Group Principles of Conduct – Seven Promises

Promise 1: New Value

We supply high-quality products, systems and services loved by customers through creating and offering new value by unique technologies and ideas.

Promise 2: Environment

We implement our advanced environmental commitment to both our products and business activities.

Promise 3: Corporate Culture

We value a broadminded corporate culture and work with a global outlook and mindset.

Promise 4: Open and Fair Business

We conduct open and fair business.

Promise 5: Trust with Stakeholders

We seek to build and maintain strong bonds of trust with our stakeholders (business partners, employees, shareholders, and the local community).

Promise 6: Work Environment

We respect human rights, diversity and ensure a healthy work environment for all.

Promise 7: Governance

We comply with the letter and spirit of the law and act ethically.


Join the United Nations Global Compact

EIZO joined the United Nations Global Compact.Global Compact

The UN Global Compact is a voluntary initiative to achieve sustainable growth in which companies act as good citizens of society by realizing responsible and creative leadership. Corporations that sign the UN Global Compact pledge to protect 10 basic principles concerning corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption.

We fulfill our corporate social responsibilities in global society and upgrade our corporate value with practicing these 10 basic principles of the UN Global Compact.

The Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact

  • Principle 1: Support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and
  • Principle 2: Make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
  • Principle 3: the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining;
  • Principle 4: the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour;
  • Principle 5: the effective abolition of child labour; and
  • Principle 6: the elimination of discrimination in employment and occupation.
  • Principle 7: support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges;
  • Principle 8: undertake initiatives to promote environmental responsibility; and
  • Principle 9: encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.
  • Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.

Responsible Business Alliance (RBA)

Responsible Business AllianceEIZO Corporation has joined the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) in January 2020, and fully supports the vision and goals of the RBA. RBA is a corporate alliance that promotes CSR in the global supply chain of the electronics industry. EIZO commits to progressively align its own operations with the provisions of the RBA Code of Conduct and to support and encourage its own first-tier suppliers to do the same.


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