Basic Philosophy
To contribute extensively to society by developing logistics systems aligned with customers needs both in Japan and overseas, and by consistently offering the best logistics quality.
Basic Policy
To reinforce the company's overall credibility by establishing a logistics quality assurance system that is generally accepted by society and promoting logistics streamlining activities.
Quality Policy
To offer joy and peace of mind to all our customers as well as provide satisfaction and earn their trust by having our employees constantly keep quality, safety and cost in mind and conduct ongoing improvements.
Basic Philosophy
NHK Transport Co., Ltd. contributes extensively to society by constantly promoting the preservation and ongoing improvement of the earth environment in all aspects of its corporate activities, while at the same time making further efforts to improve driving manners by strictly observing traffic rules, conducting safe driving and implementing accident prevention.
Environment Policy
The Company recognizes that the promotion of environmental conservation activities in an effort to mitigate the escalating problems of air pollution and global warming as one of its corporate social responsibilities and is thus committed to reduce the environmental burden arising from the business of providing transport services.
  • ●We will comply with laws and regulations and make efforts to conserve the environment.
  • ●We will promote energy-saving measures including eco-driving.
  • ●We will educate and enlighten people on the conservation of the environment.
  • ●We will promote the proper disposal of waste and recycling.
  • ●We will set environment goals and targets on the basis of the Environment Policy and revise them periodically.
  • ●We will announce this Policy publicly.
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We have formulated the following action plan so that employees are able to work and raise their children at the same time, and are able to fully demonstrate their capabilities by providing a comfortable working environment for all employees.
Effective period of the plan: 5 years from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2019
Details of the plan: To provide an environment in which female employees, who are expecting, who are on maternity leave or who have returned from maternity leave are able to give birth and return to work with a peace of mind.
Period: January 2015 to December 2019
Establish contact points for receiving consultation from female workers who are expecting, who are on maternity leave or who have returned from maternity leave.
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Basic Policy
The following action plan shall be formulated to promote female participation and career advancement based on the Act on the Promotion of Female Participation and Career Advancement in the Workplace.
Plan period
Five years from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2026
Target 1 : Raise the percentage of women among all new hires by 4%, from 24% to 28%.
Details of initiative 1 :
●When posting jobs on "Hello Work" and other job-placement offices, do so irrespective of gender.
●Continue to have senior female employees take part in recruiting sessions.
Target 2 : Raise the average years of service of female employees to 85% or more of the average years of service of male employees.
Details of initiative 2 :
Prevent harassment related to pregnancy, childbirth, and child-caring, and provide an environment conducive to acquiring childcare leave and shortened work hours, while supporting and facilitating the return to work.
Information disclosure on female participation and career advancement
●Disclosure items : Percentage of female workers to all hired workers (including mid-career recruits) (by employee type)
Disclosure details :
Applicable period : From March 2022 to End of February 2023
  • ■Full-time employees  22.9%
  • ■Temporary employees  0.0%
  • ■Part-time employees  4.2%
●Disclosure items : Difference in the average years of service between men and women
Disclosure details : As of February 28, 2023
  • ■Men  11.1 years
  • ■Women  8.5 years (76.5% of men)
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