Toyota is working on initiatives that contribute to the sustainable development of society and the world through all its business activities in cooperation with global society. At the root of these initiatives are the Five Main Principles of Toyoda, passed down as the foundation of our corporate management, and the Guiding Principles at Toyota, which lay out how we want to be as a company.
Since its foundation, Toyota has made continuous kaizen (improvement) and provided high quality products. This spirit is exemplified in the initiatives that support sustainability.
Five Main Principles of Toyoda
The Five Main Principles of Toyoda embody the thinking of Toyota Group founder, Sakichi Toyoda. To be faithful in one's duties, thereby contributing to society, is one of the five principles valued by all Toyota employees. Since our foundation, we have applied this philosophy of sustainability to all our activities.
Guiding Principles at Toyota
The Guiding Principles at Toyota illustrate how Toyota is expected to be and contribute to the development of the society and the world.
The CSR policy is an adaptation of the Guiding Principles at Toyota and brings in focus our relationships with stakeholders. In order to contribute to sustainable development, we believe it is essential that management fosters strong communication with all stakeholders.
Toyota is working on initiatives that contribute to the sustainable development of society and the world through all its business activities in cooperation with global society throughout each region. At the root of these initiatives are the Five Main Principles of Toyoda and our corporate principles. Toyota's ideas and values are in line with the aims of the UN Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs*).
In keeping pace with the rising expectations of stakeholders, Toyota is committed to actively promoting ESG initiatives