1. Home > 
  2. CSR Information > 
  3. Relationships with Our Stakeholders > 
  4. With Communities > 
  5. Providing Secure Employment and Nurturing Future Generations

With Communities

To show our appreciation of local communities and to further deepen the understanding of the Akebono Group's business, we proactively undertake initiatives that contribute to society.

In line with Akebono's Corporate Mission, as members of society, our associates continue to take steps to maintain and expand these initiatives.

Providing Secure Employment and Nurturing Future Generations

Offering Office and Plant Tours

Elementary school students visiting Ai-City

Elementary school students visiting Ai-City

Akebono proactively invites external companies as well as students from local elementary and junior high schools to tour its offices and plants across Japan.

In fiscal 2015, we invited more than 159 students from four elementary schools in Saitama Prefecture to tour Ai-City headquarters.

In addition to a briefing on the Company, these tours involved a visit to “Ai-Museum” (Brake Museum) and a presentation by our mobile brake technology educational center as well as programs aimed at providing handson experience of manufacturing at the Monozukuri Center. Such tours help raise visitors’ safety awareness while facilitating their understanding of Akebono and its products.

Looking ahead, we will implement initiatives with local enterprises and communities in regions around our domestic and overseas locations. Learning from and inspiring each other, we will grow in tandem with our stakeholders.

Akebono 123 Associate Receives Outstanding Worker with Disabilities Award

Akebono 123 Associate Receives Outstanding Worker with Disabilities Award

In October, 2015, an Akebono 123 associate received an outstanding worker with disabilities award from the Saitama Prefecture Employment Development Association. The award is presented to outstanding workers who overcome their disabilities to perform as exemplary professionals. The award ceremony was held on October 20, 2015, and a commemorative photograph was taken with the Governor of Saitama Prefecture.