Toyota Material Handling Europe
Akiko Elmwall, PR Manager
+46 (0)142 8 6259, M: +46 (0)72 701 1577
Toyota Industries Group formulated its 'Ideal state in 2050' in March 2016 and, based on this, consolidated its activities for the five years from 2016 to 2020 in its 'Sixth Environmental Action Plan', which it is currently implementing.
The Group is driving the following initiatives based on the above plan:
1. Reduction of CO2 emissions by 10% by FY2021 compared to FY2006 (Toyota Industries)
2. Reduction of the CO2 basic unit for emission by 26% by FY2021 compared to FY2006 (Global)
3. Understanding and reducing risks related to water resources at each production site
In the future, Toyota Industries Corporation will continue to respond to climate change and tackle water resource conservation as a key issue. Furthermore, the company will contribute to the realisation of a sustainable society through global environmental conservation activities.
The CDP scores were formally announced on January 22 at the CDP 2018 Japan Report Launch. More detailed information can be found in Toyota Industries Corporation's press release.
CDP is a global not-for-profit charity launched in the U.K. in 2000 that promotes the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and protection of water resources and forests by companies and governments. Currently, CDP conducts surveys and evaluations of major global companies on behalf of 650 institutional investors (total assets under management: 87 trillion U.S. dollars) and 115 companies and organizations (total procurement expenses 3.3 trillion U.S. dollars).
With our continued partnership with EU OSHA and the new campaign 2020-2022 ‘Healthy Workplaces Lighten the Load’, we want to strive for a working environment that is safe, healthy and productive for employees and customers.