Contribution to Regional Society
DMC has factories in Japan and Indonesia with a head office in Tokyo and business bases in Osaka. Based on recognition of the importance of deepening communication with residents in the community and establishing favorable relationships for the further expansion of our business, we promote cooperation with local governments and companies to contribute to the development of regional society and fulfill our responsibility as a corporate citizen.
Social Contribution Activities in Japan
In FY2020, DMC recycled precious metals generated through the manufacturing processes, and donated part of the profits to the Chiisana Osewabin campaign by the Shirakawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Chiisana Osewabin is a campaign that delivers locally produced rice and specialty food to students from Shirakawa City who are living in other cities and suffering seriously due to the spread of COVID-19.
In FY2021, DMC restarted the internship program for high school students in the local communities that had been suspended in FY2020 due to COVID-19.
A DMC employee dispatched DMC Indonesia Factory also donated protective clothing (gloves, masks, and gowns) to local medical centers to reduce the shortage of medical equipment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We continue working on a wide range of social contributions aiming to coexist with regional society. to the Youth Association of the Shirakawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry for a year participated in volunteer activities.
In addition, DMC participates in the “eyecity eco project” organized by HOYA CORPORATION Eye Care Company to collect empty cases of contact lens from 2019. Empty cases collected by DMC are recycled into reclaimed polypropylene at recycling plants and used to produce a wide variety of recycled products. Furthermore, the profit from recycled products is donated to the Japan Eye Bank Association. In FY2020, we collected about 4,600 empty cases (weight: 4.6kg).
Social Contribution Activities in Indonesia
DMC Indonesia Factory also donated protective clothing (gloves, masks, and gowns) to local medical centers to reduce the shortage of medical equipment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We continue working on a wide range of social contributions aiming to coexist with regional society.
Donating relief goods
Donated personal protective equipment
Medical personnel wearing donated protective clothing