Initiatives for the Environment, Society, and Corporate Governance

Our Policy on Corporate Social Responsibility

  1. Contribute to our information-driven society by supplying components for semiconductor and flat panel display manufacturing equipment.
  2. Aim to realize a sustainable society.
  3. Build and improve the workplace environment to enable everyone to actively participate.
  4. Establish a robust management base.

Our Process for Identifying Key Issues (Materiality)

Realizing a Sustainable Society

FY2030 By FY2030, we will use renewable energy for at least 50% of our electricity compared to our performance in FY2019.
FY2025 Support the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and disclose information according to the TCFD framework.
FY2030 Reduce use of consumables (recycle 30% of cutting fluid from all new purchases).
FY2030 Cut down on packaging materials and defects by 40% (compared to the marginal profit ratio of FY2019).

Bolstering Our Products' Competitive Edge

 Ongoing Goal Reinforce our prototyping and programming capabilities.
FY2022 Boost the efficiency of invested capital.
Achieve 18% ROIC based on assets.
Achieve 14% ROIC based on debt.

Boosting Productivity

FY2022 Pursue automation.

Taking on the Challenge of Achieving Technological Innovation

FY2025 Pursue digital transformation (DX).

Nurturing of Human Resources

FY2025 Build a team for human resource development; draft and execute a plan for training talent, and enhance our investment in employee training.
FY2023 Conduct reviews of performance and career development at least once a year for 100% of employees.

Supporting People and the Workplace

FY2025 Attain a parental leave rate and a retention rate of 100% among employees of all genders.
FY2025 Attain Platinum Kurumin certification from Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare.
FY2025 Promote diversity by fostering an understanding of minorities, the LGBTQ+ community, and other socially vulnerable groups as well as by building a workplace environment in which everyone can work with peace of mind.
FY2025 Encourage women to actively participate in the workplace (boost the proportion of women in the workforce and appoint more women in managerial roles).
FY2023 Hire people with disabilities at 150% of the statutory employment rate.
FY2023 Conduct safety training for 100% of employees.

Practicing Governance

FY2025 Promote diversity in the board of directors.
FY2022 Boost the proportion of outside directors.
FY2022 Establish an incentive-based executive compensation system.


FY2030 Pursue research and development of rehabilitation equipment.

Excerpts from Our Action Plan for the Environment

  • By FY2030, invest at least 400 million yen in solar power and other forms of renewable energy, and establish a system for harnessing this energy to cover at least 30% of our electricity consumption.
  • Boost our recycling rate by installing equipment for recycling cutting fluid.
  • Switch our packaging materials from plastic to paper.
  • Conserve resources by recycling packaging materials and using returnable boxes.

Excerpts from Our Action Plan for Society

  • Acquire naming rights for facilities in Izumi City and contribute to local cultural activities.
  • Prepare the course for the local relay race (New Year Mugifumi Ekiden) by weeding and cleaning up.
  • Donate to local cultural activities.
  • Boost employment opportunities for senior citizens.
  • Boost career options for people with disabilities.

Excerpts from Our Action Plan for Governance

  • Boost the diversity of the board of directors by appointing more women.
  • Appoint more outside directors so that they form a majority of the board.
  • Introduce a stock-based compensation system so that executive directors align their interests with those of shareholders.

Our Code of Conduct

We have established the Marumae Code of Conduct, and we educate all officers and other employees about these rules so that they maintain a strong sense of social responsibility.
Marumae Code of Conduct (PDF; in Japanese)