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Tokyo - Bridgestone has published its 2011 CSR (corporate social responsibility) report, available from the company's website. The Japanese tyre and rubber company said CSR allows the company to follow 'its corporate philosophy' by using an establish 22 CSR focus points that identify issues that need to be addressed by the company.
Bridgestone said in a 26 Oct announcement that the report also introduces the â€œcompany's ideal state for the future, objectives that embody that ideal state, principal achievements through 2010 and principal plans for 2011 and beyond.â€
The CSR report consists of published and online components. The booklet is intended to be read by a broad range of stakeholders, including customers, business partners, stakeholders, employees and CSR experts, while the website adds content in response to requests from individuals who need more detailed information than is provided by the booklet, Bridgestone said. The report has been designed in an easy to read format that includes detailed charts and photos, according to the company.
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CSR Report from Bridgestone