Mitsubishi Logistics Group Human Rights Policy

The Mitsubishi Logistics Group aims at "engaging in sincere and fair business activities to secure appropriate profits and promote steady growth, appropriately compensating our stakeholders while contributing to the realization of an affluent and sustainable society," as stated in our corporate philosophy. In order to fulfill our responsibility to respect human rights, which constitutes a premise to achieve this corporate philosophy, we hereby adopt the "Mitsubishi Logistics Group Human Rights Policy" (hereinafter "this Policy").
This Policy has been approved by the board of directors of the Mitsubishi Logistics Corporation, and is considered as the highest-level policy regarding measures for respecting human rights throughout business activities of the Mitsubishi Logistics Group.

  1. 1Commitment to Respect for Human Rights

    The Mitsubishi Logistics Group recognizes that the business of the Mitsubishi Logistics Group has potential impact on human rights directly or indirectly. The Mitsubishi Logistics Group respects internationally recognized human rights, at a minimum, as those expressed in the International Bill of Human Rights and the principles concerning fundamental rights set out in the International Labour Organization (ILO)'s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. We support the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and will take measures towards implementation.
    The Mitsubishi Logistics Group does not tolerate any form of forced labor or child labor including human trafficking. We prohibit any and all discrimination or harassment, and respect diversity. We respect freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, and secure a safe and healthy working environment. We will take measures thoroughly not to violate human rights, including assurance of minimum wage and realization of appropriate working conditions and workplace environment such as through working time management.

  2. 2Scope of Application and Measures taken with Business Partners

    This Policy applies to all directors, officers, and employees of the Mitsubishi Logistics Group, and dispatched workers are also covered. In addition, we will continue to encourage our business partners and suppliers to understand and support this Policy, and endeavor to take measures for respecting human rights in collaboration with them.

  3. 3Compliance with Laws and Regulations concerning Respect for Human Rights

    The Mitsubishi Logistics Group complies with laws and regulations applicable in each country and region where we conduct business activities. In case there is any conflict between internationally recognized human rights and laws and regulations of each country and region, we will seek ways to honor as much as possible the principles of the international human rights.

  4. 4Human Rights Due Diligence

    The Mitsubishi Logistics Group establishes the human rights due diligence mechanism in accordance with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and will implement it continuously. Human rights due diligence process includes identifying and assessing adverse impact on human rights, trying to prevent and mitigate such impact, assessing effectiveness of the measures, and accountability and disclosure of information on the process. We will identify and address material issues and try to review them in response to changes in social circumstances or business trends, by holding dialogue and consultation continuously with stakeholders or external experts.

  5. 5Remedy and Remediation

    In case we identify that we have caused or contributed to adverse human rights impact, the Mitsubishi Logistics Group will take remedial measures promptly through appropriate means.

  6. 6Dialogue and Consultation with Stakeholders

    The Mitsubishi Logistics Group will hold, throughout measures to implement this Policy, sincere and meaningful dialogue and consultation with stakeholders potentially affected by our business activities.

  7. 7Education and Practice

    The Mitsubishi Logistics Group will provide education or skills development required for dissemination and implementation of this Policy for all directors, officers and employees as well as dispatched workers. We will review relevant policies and other necessary procedures and reflect this Policy so that this is embedded into our entire business activities.

  8. 8Information Disclosure

    The Mitsubishi Logistics Group will periodically disclose information on the progress of measures taken concerning respect for human rights through website or the Integrated Report, etc. of the Mitsubishi Logistics Corporation.

Date of Enactment: January 31, 2023
Masao Fujikura
Representative Director and President
Mitsubishi Logistics Corporation