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Japan's leading diversified materials manufacturer Nitto Denko Corporation has been ranked 14th in the 2011 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations, the company announced today. Although it was the first time Nitto Denko was selected for inclusion in the list, the company has achieved the No.1 among 19 Japan-based peers which also made it to the Global 100.
The Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World is an annual project initiated by Corporate Knights, Canada's prestigious magazine dediated to the clean capitalism around the world. From a global universe of 3,500 stocks, the world's best 100 sustainability and financial performers are ranked by key performance indicators based on environmental, social, governance and financial data. Launched in 2005, the annual Global 100 is announced each year during the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Always adhering to the “Open, Fair and Best” principle as the very basis of all our actions, the Nitto Denko group has pursued its endeavor towards overall improvements in terms of quality, safety, environment concervation and compliance, as well as promoting everyone's challenging spirit, with each one of some 31,300 employees worldwide demonstrating integritiy. We are fully committed to continue our efforts now on to contribute to society by not only pursuing business development, but also fulfilling our corporate social responsibility with initiatives which are in line with our stakeholders' values.
For further information concerning the Global 100 list, please visit http://www.global100.org./
For further information about Nitto Denko's corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities, please visit www.nitto.com/about_us/sustainability/
The Nitto Denko group’s 2011 CSR & Annual Report is available at www.nitto.com/about_us/sustainability/report/2011/
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