Financial and Non-Financial Information
Profit (Loss) Attributable to Owners of Parent
Return on Equity (ROE)*1
ROIC (based on operating income)*2
Free Cash Flow
Capital Expenditure and Depreciation and Amortization
Total Assets and Interest-Bearing Debt
ROE = Net income divided by average shareholders' equity; Shareholders' equity = Total net assets at year-end less subscription rights to shares at year-end and non-controlling interests at year-end
Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) based on operating income = Operating income divided by invested capital; Invested capital = Net assets plus interest-bearing debt minus cash and deposits
Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) = Operating income plus depreciation and amortization
Debt-to-equity ratio = Interest-bearing debt at year-end divided by shareholders' equity at year-end
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Manufacturing Operations*5
Chemical Substance Emissions*6
Freshwater Consumption and Total Water Discharged*7
Waste with No Effective Use*8
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rates*9
Usage of the Counseling and Reporting System
Number and Ratio of Newly Recruited Career-oriented Female University Graduates*10
Number of Employees Taking Childcare Leave*10
Number of Employees
Includes CO2, methane and nitrous oxide. CO2 emissions are calculated according to the coefficients specified in the Law Concerning the Promotion of Measures to Cope with Global Warming.
(Up to fiscal 2014, an emissions coefficient for electricity of 0.555 kg CO2/kWh was used; in fiscal 2015, 0.579 kg CO2/kWh was used. In fiscal 2016, in Japan the post-adjustment emissions coefficient by an electric power supply company was used; overseas an IEA-announced country-specific emissions coefficient was used (2014 values).) However, for power purchased overseas, where known, the relevant emissions coefficient is used for the calculations. We deduct an amount of CO2 emissions equivalent to the amount of energy sold to other companies.
Emissions of Class 1 chemical substances listed in the Chemical Substances Management Law and chemical substances designated by the Japan Chemical Industry Association. The figures shown are the total of emissions into the atmosphere, soil and water, and landfill amount within business sites.
The Chemical Substances Management Law: law concerning reporting, etc., of releases to the environment of specific chemical substances and promoting improvements in their management.
Freshwater consumption amount includes industrial water, groundwater and tap water. Water discharged includes seawater used for cooling.
Waste with no effective use refers to waste incinerated without heat recovery and waste for landfill.
The lost time injury frequency rate is the number of lost time injuries per one million hours worked. (Figures are calculated based on calendar years.)
Source: Survey on Industrial Accidents, Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
At the five core Group companies in Japan: Teijin Limited, Toho Tenax Co., Ltd., Teijin Pharma Limited, Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd., Infocom Corporation