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  • 1. The Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group Mid-term Management Plan (FY2011 - FY2015) Presentation to Investors December 8, 2010 Yoshimitsu Kobayashi President & Chief Executive Officer
  • 2. The forward-looking statements are based largely on informationavailable as of the date hereof, and are subject to risks anduncertainties which may be beyond company control. Actual resultscould differ largely, due to numerous factors, including but not limitedto the following: Group companies execute businesses in manydifferent fields, such as information and electronics, performanceproducts, polymers and processed products, pharmaceuticals,carbon and inorganic products, petrochemicals, and these businessresults are subjected to influences of world demands, exchangerates, price and procurement volume of crude oil and naphtha, trendof market price, speed in technology innovation, National HealthInsurance price revision, product liabilities, lawsuits, laws andregulations. 1
  • 3. List of AbbreviationsMCHC: Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings CorporationMCC: Mitsubishi Chemical CorporationMTPC: Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma CorporationMPI: Mitsubishi Plastics, Inc.MRC: Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd.MCMC: Mitsubishi Chemical Medience Corporation 2
  • 4. AgendaReview of the former mid-term management plan, APTSIS 10 (FY2008 - 2010)The new mid-term management plan, APTSIS 15 (FY2011-2015) ‘Grow, Innovate, and Leap Ahead by orchestrating the Group strengths’ 1. Aspiration 2025 and Goal 2015 2. Basic Strategies and Initiatives 3. Enhancing Shareholder Value and Corporate Value 4. Introduction of KAITEKI indexes FY2008-2010: April 2008 - March 2011 FY2011-2015: April 2011 - March 2016 3
  • 5. Review of APTSIS 10 (FY2008 – 2010)‘Respond to economic contraction by business reform, accelerating innovation, and leaping ahead ’ 4
  • 6. APTSIS 10 Operating Results under APTSIS 10 Sharp recovery by structural reforms and leaping ahead Recovering Strength Building Foundation for Growth Recover from economic • Interest-bearing debt • Established MCHC contraction reduction • Active capital and R&D • Integrated MRC • Restructuring of loss- investment • Responded to economic generating businesses • Merger of pharmaceutical contraction business • Restructured businesses • TOB of Mitsubishi Plastics • Integrated performance materials business Net sales KAKUSHIN Plan: Phase 1 KAKUSHIN Plan: Phase I KAKUSHIN Plan: Plan: 2 KAKUSHIN Phase APTSIS10 APTSIS 10 Earnings (Billions of yen) Phase 2 (Billions of yen) 3,500 3,190.0 300 2,929.8 2,909.0 250 3,000 203.0 2,622.8 2,515.1 2,408.9 164.1 200 Net sales 2,500 2,189.5 133.6 128.6 1,925.3 150 2,000 Operating income 148.6 100.3 100 125.0 1,500 98.2 85.6 78.5 75.0 50 Net income 55.4 66.3 1,000 46.0 0 34.5 8.2 12.8 500 -50 After adjusting -67.2 extraordinary items 0 -100 FY2003 FY2004 FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010* Operating income 98.2 149 134 129 125 8 66 203 ROA(%) 3.4 5.3 5.6 6.1 8.5 (1.5) 1.4 *forecasts D/E ratio 2.2 1.6 0.98 1.04 0.99 1.55 2.16 Net D/E ratio 0.95 0.75 1.06 1.77 5
  • 7. APTSIS 10 Operating Income by Business Segment Comparison of the targets and FY2010 forecasts Ref. Results of Growth & Innovation Strategies (not including Leaping Ahead (M&A)) (Billions of yen) (Billions of yen) Targets for the Change FY2010 FY2010 vs. targets for final year of Change forecasts* estimates the final year of APTIS 10 APTIS 10 Electronics 14** 4 (10) 4 (10) Applications Designed 22 38** 38 0 (16) Materials Health Care 100 77 (23) 77 (23) Chemicals 29 44 15 40 11 Polymers 21 45 24 16 (5) Others 16 3 (13) 3 (13) Corporate (8)** (8) 0 (8) 0 Contingency (20) - - - - Total 190 203 13 154 (36) * FY2010 forecasts: Performance Products: 20%; Health Care 37%; Industrial Materials 42%; Others 1% ** Targets for the final year of APTSIS 10 have been recalculated according to FY2010 segmentation 6
  • 8. APTSIS 10 Strategic Investments for Leaping Ahead Strategic investment (M&A, etc.) accelerated portfolio reforms, increased net sales by ¥640 billion and operating income by ¥49 billion (FY2010 forecasts) Major Strategic Investments for Leaping Ahead (approx. ¥250 billion) Action taken Implementation Objective Consolidation of Quadrant Strengthen performance product business September 2009 through a tender offer of AQUAMIT* Consolidation of Strengthen specialty chemicals business September 2009 Nippon Synthetic Chemical Industry Affiliation by equity method of September 2009 Strengthen performance product business Taiyo Nippon Sanso Implementation of tender offer and March 2010 Expand global business domain and share exchange to consolidate and October 2010 product portfolio wholly own MRC * Joint venture between MPI and Quadrant founders Investments for Growth Strategy (¥15 billion) MCC: Acquired Freecom, formed capital and business alliance with Pioneer, and invested in OPV modules business MTPC: Invested in Cytochroma and formed capital & business alliance with Choseido Pharmaceutical 7
  • 9. APTSIS 10 Restructuring of Businesses Accelerated Structural Reforms Restructuring of Businesses (withdrawal & operational restructuring) * SM/Derivatives Withdrawal from * PVC/VCM * Caprolactam/Nylon unprofitable businesses* Petrochemicals * Surfactants * Net sales: ¥320 billion MCC * PTA Operating income: (¥17 billion) * Phosphors * Epoxy resins Performance Accumulated extraordinary * Fertilizers Products loss: ¥ 17 billion * Activated carbon * Inorganic chemicals * Consolidations of production MTPC and service companies * Consolidations of locations JV shall be established in April 2011 JV shall be established in April 2011 to unify naphtha cracker operations of to unify naphtha cracker operations of Industry & Life * Pipe materials MPI Infrastructure MCC and Asahi Kasei Chemicals MCC and Asahi Kasei Chemicals * Agricultural materials in Mizushima in Mizushima * Production consolidation of MRC Fibers acetate filament yarns Text in blue: restructuring for strengthening operations Fixed cost reduction by ¥32 billion (FY2010 forecasts) 8
  • 10. APTSIS 10 Basic Strategies and Results Respond to economic contraction by business reform, accelerating innovation, and leaping ahead Basic concept of APTSIS 10 Basic concept of APTSIS 10 Strategic initiatives under APTSIS 10 Strategic initiatives under APTSIS 10 Growth Strategy Integrated with MRC ◆ Focus on Growth Business - FPD components Steady structural reforms - Pharmaceuticals ◆ Structural reforms Agreed to establish JV to unify naphtha cracker operations of MCC and Asahi Kasei Chemicals in - Main focus on petrochemicals Mizushima - Significant reduction in CAPEX Innovation Strategy Management Management APTSIS 10 APTSIS 10 FY2010 FY2010 ◆ Focused acceleration index index targets targets forecasts forecasts - White LEDs Operating ≥ ¥190 billion ¥203 billion - Lithium-ion battery materials for hybrid income electric vehicles ROA ≥ 6% 4.6% Leaping ahead (M&A) ◆ Prompt realization GHG emission ≥ 20% reduction as planned - Quadrant reductions by 2015 - Nippon Synthetic Chemical Industry Despite the severe economic contraction, restructuring of - Taiyo Nippon Sanso businesses and M&A led to achieving targeted operating income - MRC 9
  • 11. Passing Baton from APTSIS 10 to APTSIS 15 Strengthen financial position and reduce assets Overall Generate integration synergies with MRC Address and prevent recurrences of compliance issues Electronics Accelerate business growth in white LED lighting and materials Applications Accelerate commercialization of organic photovoltaic modules & materials and organic photo semiconductor businesses Designed Accelerate business growth in lithium-ion battery materials Materials Expand functional composite materials business Approval of late stage pharmaceutical products and Health Care favorable growth of new products Accelerate global business growth Enrich pharmaceutical pipeline beyond APTSIS 15 Chemicals Continue restructuring, including Mizushima’s ethylene center Maintain stable earnings and operation Shift to high-performance, high-value-added products Polymers Global operation 10
  • 12. Mid-term Management Plan (FY2011 – 2015) ‘Grow, Innovate, and Leap Ahead by orchestrating the Group strengths’ 11
  • 13. Aspirations 2025 and Goals 2015 12
  • 14. APTSIS 15 Vision 2025 - Global Trends Paradigm shift – More challenging market landscape Decreasing dependence on fossil fuels Greater climate change Chemical companies that sufficiently Using carbon dioxide as raw materials Depletion and competition for natural resources contribute to renewable resources Water pollution and shortages and energy, and the environment Restricted access to water will only exist Ecosystem destruction Aging population in advanced countries & China, and weakening of social healthcare Aging population triggers shift to insurance systems in USA, EU & Japan personalized and diversified healthcare Regenerative medicine and telemedicine solutions, giving patients access to safer, Robotics and medical care robots more effective treatment options Highly personalized healthcare Shift of global economy focus to Asia (China & India) Reserve currency: dollar, euro, yen, and RMB Shift of market economy principles to more In all business fields, Chinese, Indian, and controlled, restricted, and economic nationalism other Asian players are transforming Shift of competition from among countries to the international landscape ‘economic blocks’ Industrial integration 13
  • 15. APTSIS 15 Aspirations 2025 At Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group companies, we are committed to run our business in a way that delivers solutions by putting infinite potential of ‘Good Chemistry’ to work Three decision criteria for corporate activities Three decision criteria for corporate activities Sustainability Sustainability Health Health Comfort Comfort 14
  • 16. APTSIS 15 MCHC’s Corporate Value Our Corporate value is the sum of economic and KAITEKI values Corporate Value Economic value KAITEKI value Operating income Sales Sustainability Growth Profit rate margins Health ROA ROE Comfort KAITEKI is an integral part of the way we do our businesses 15
  • 17. APTSIS 15 Goals 2015 Targets for enhancing corporate value FY2012 FY2015 Operating income ¥230 billion ¥400 billion Growth & Innovation Strategies ¥330 billion Economic Leaping ahead (M&A) ¥70 billion Indexes ROA (income before income taxes) ≥ 8% Net debt-to-equity ratio 1.0 Overseas sales ratio ≥ 45% Sustainability Index - Environmental impact reduce by 30% (Japan) vs. FY2005 (17% reduction of GHG) KAITEKI Health Index - Index derived by the degree of difficulty to treat diseases & the number of administered patients Indexes increase by 30% vs. FY2009 Comfort Index - New products ratio in the Performance Product & the Health Care domains ≥35% 16
  • 18. APTSIS 15 Vision 2015 Revenues and Operating Income Shift to high-performance products and high-value-added business portfolio Operating Income ¥ 400 billion* * including ‘Leaping Ahead (M&A)’ ¥ 230 billion ¥ 203 billion Industrial Performance Performance Materials Products Products ¥ 42 billion Industrial Materials ¥ 89 billion Health Care Health Care Leaping ¥ 77 billion Ahead FY2010 forecast FY2012 FY2015 Net sales : ¥3.2 trillion Net sales : ¥3.6 trillion Net sales : ¥5.0 trillion 17
  • 19. Strategies and Initiatives 18
  • 20. APTSIS 15 Assumptions Variables Assumptions Global Emerging countries driving growth; economy advanced nations only expanding slowly Naphtha Naphtha Price: FY2011 - 2012 ¥50,000/kl price FY2013 - 2015 ¥55,000/kl FOREX ¥80/US$ Intensifying competition in environment & Prioritize in the areas in which we can display our energy businesses leadership Medical Biennial drug price revisions and expansion of generics environment to reduce medical expenditure Petrochemicals supply- Excess supply, as facilities expanded abroad particularly demand balance in Middle East and China, entering in Japanese market 19
  • 21. APTSIS 15 Business Portfolio Categorized by profitability, market presence & attractiveness ◆Performance Products ◆Health Care ◆Industrial Materials Next-generation Growth Business (11) Growth Business (6) White LED lighting and materials Lithium-ion battery materials Contribution to operating Organic photovoltaic modules FPD components income from growth Performance composite materials Business and materials Organic photo semiconductors High performance molding products Advanced performance products Specialty chemicals Water treatment system and services 64% Agribusiness solutions Pharmaceuticals FY2010 Healthcare solutions Sustainable resources High performance graphite Performance polymers MMA/PMMA Cash-generating Business (18) Business to be Recording media ◆ Performance films ◆ Food ingredients restructured (15) Diagnostics & support for new pharmaceutical development Naphtha crackers, etc. Terephthalic acid ◆ Coke PHL/BPA/PC ◆ PP 20
  • 22. APTSIS 15 Strategies Grow, Innovate, and Leap Ahead by orchestrating the Group strengths Strengthening Generate synergies, improve financial position, fundamentals and reform business structure • Accelerate transformation to deliver high-performance products and high-value-added businesses Growth • Expand green businesses Strategy • Develop new medicines to fulfill unmet medical needs • Operate globally Deliver KAITEKI solutions by pursuing Sustainability, Health, and Comfort Innovation Build new businesses for the future Strategy Leaping Ahead Invest strategically in alliances and acquisitions (M&A) 21
  • 23. APTSIS 15 Growth Strategy Accelerate transformation to high-performance and high-value-added business portfolio by orchestrating the Group strengths ◆ Performance Products Expand high-performance and high-value-added businesses by integrating key technologies and know-how 協奏 Expand green businesses Accelerate global expansion ◆ Health Care Strengthen sales of current major products by LCM * * life cycle management Maximize profit by new ethical drugs and increase approved products in USA, EU and China Strengthen pipeline to fulfill unmet medical needs ◆ Industrial Materials Globalize operations and accelerate increasing value-added product ratio (strengthen ties with regional partners) Balanced growth with product chain optimization Complete restructuring in Japan 22
  • 24. APTSIS 15 Strategy for Innovation Accelerate launch of next growth drivers Challenge the changing market landscape Lifestyle* Information & Environment Energy Healthcare electronics *food, water, housing, and apparel Organic Agribusiness OPV photo solutions Timeline White LED modules and semi- lighting materials conductor and materials Advanced Healthcare Sustainable performance solutions Lithium-ion products battery Performance resources materials composite materials** for HEVs 2020 **chemical components for vehicles 23
  • 25. APTSIS 15 Investments and R&D Invest decisively to grow and innovate (Billions of yen) Five years FY2011–2012 FY2013–2015 Investments 1,000 420 580 (Cash Flow-base) (940) (340) (600) R&D 750 280 470 Investments R&D Electronics Applications 120 70 190 (11%) Designed Materials 320 140 460 (27%) Health Care 150 410 560 (32%) Chemicals 120 30 150 (9%) Polymers 200 60 260 (14%) Corporate, etc. 90 40 130 (7%) 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 (Billions of yen) 24
  • 26. APTSIS 15 Leaping Ahead (M&A) Strategically allocate resources in alliances and acquisitions to expand businesses Priorities: Priorities: Strengthen Growth and Next-generation Growth Businesses Strengthen Growth and Next-generation Growth Businesses Accelerate global expansion Accelerate global expansion Performance Products and Health Care domains Performance Products and Health Care domains 25
  • 27. Performance Products 26
  • 28. APTSIS 15 Performance Products - Strategies Accelerate launch of green businesses, pursue further value-addition, and reach out to global markets Growth Strategy Expand high-performance and high-value-added businesses - Performance composite materials, high performance molding products, specialty chemicals Expand green businesses - White LED lighting and materials; lithium-ion battery materials Accelerate global expansion - FPD components, water treatment system and services Innovation Strategy Building & expanding new businesses for the future - OPV modules and materials, organic photo semiconductors, advanced performance products, agribusiness solutions Cash-generating Business Increase profit steadily - Recording media, performance films, food ingredients 27
  • 29. APTSIS 15: Performance Products Growth Strategy (1) Expand high performance & value-added businesses Designed Materials Net Sales: ¥42 billion (FY2010) ¥110 billion (FY2015) Performance The industry top group composite Expand high-performance composites and component businesses by integrating technologies materials in pitch-based/PAN-based carbon fibers and thermoplastics Unit: ton/y Expand capacity FY2010 FY2015 Global market size Total CF 30,000 * 70,000 *estimated MCHC Gr.s production CF-PAN 7,400 13,800 capacity CF-Pitch 1,000 1,450 Strengthen alumina fiber business with continued top mkt share (MAFTEC for automobile emission controls and heat insulating application in steel furnaces etc.) Net Sales: ¥55 billion (FY2010 ) ¥80 billion (FY2015 ) High performance Expand business in automotive, semiconductor, food processing, and energy sectors by molding products delivering products w/ integrated technologies in engineering plastics, resins, carbon & glass fibers Extend operation from Europe to China and Asia Net Sales: ¥73 billion (FY2010 ) ¥110 billion (FY2015 ) Specialty chemicals Expand coating materials for automotive and motorcycle in China, Indonesia, and Thailand - ramp up capacity to 10,000 t/y by FY2015 Strengthen environment-friendly water-borne emulsion business Expand UV curable coating materials business Expand epoxy resin businesses for semiconductors 28
  • 30. APTSIS 15: Performance Products Growth Strategy (2) Expand green businesses Electronics Applications Net Sales: ¥14 billion (FY2010) ¥100 billion (FY2015) White LED Global leader in FY2015 lighting & materials Market leader in GaN substrates, phosphors, and encapsulant Market creation of KAITEKI lighting globally New liquid phase production facilities: boost capacity 200-fold by FY2015 Global target market shares in FY2015: FY2015 targets GaN substrate 40% Phosphers 50% Encapsulants & packaging materials 20% Designed Materials Net Sales: ¥17 billion (FY2010) ¥80 billion (FY2015) Lithium-ion Global leader in FY2015 battery materials Start global operation in JPN, EU, USA,and China for HEVs and EVs Global target share in FY2015 and production capacity expansion by FY2015: FY2015 targets FY2010 FY2015 targets Electrolytes 40% Electrolytes 8,500 t/y 50,000 t/y Anodes 35% Anodes 3,000 t/y 35,000 t/y Overall total 20% Cathodes 600 t/y 15,000 t/y Separators 12 million m2/y 72 million m2/y 29
  • 31. APTSIS 15: Performance Products Growth Strategy (3) Accelerate global operation Designed Materials Net Sales: ¥103 billion (FY2010) ¥190 billion (FY2015) Global top FPD Expand business in China (panel assembly for FPD shift to China from Japan, Korea, and Taiwan) components - panel market volume: 95 million m2/y (FY2010) 140 million m2/y (FY2015, estimated) - increase capacity in OPL film; set up PET film production facility in China (FY2013); and increase capacity in acrylic resin plate for light guiding plate application Sustain market share by ensuring competitive quality and cost - expected market share in FY2015 OPL film for LCD PET film Acrylic sheet* RGB resists Adhesive sheet for touch panel 25% 40% 20% 25% 40% * dominant share in large light guide plate; 60% share in MMA light guide plate applications Net Sales: ¥27 billion (FY2010) ¥70 billion (FY2015) Water treatment Expand industrial wastewater reclamation business using MBR (membrane bioreactor) system process in China and Southeast Asia with competitive PVDF membranes & services - production increase in China for membranes and units - alliance with engineering companies in major areas in China Expand global sales of CLEANSUI in China and Asia 30
  • 32. APTSIS 15: Performance Products Innovation Strategy Building and expanding new businesses for the future Target net sales: ¥50 billion (FY2015 ) OPV modules Accelerate new market creation of OPV modules for building- and automotive- and integrated photovoltaics and enter the market (FY2012) materials Improve performance of OPV cell efficiency from 12% (FY2012) to 15% (FY2015) Target 30% market shares for materials such as barrier films and sealants Target net sales: ¥30 billion (FY2015 ) Organic photo Launch ‘evaporated OLED Lighting’ (FY2011) and pre-market high-end lightings semiconductor Commercialize mass produced ‘solution OLED device’ (FY2014) Target net sales: ¥20 billion (FY2015 ) Advanced performance Deliver products for automobile, energy, environment & industrial markets products - Gas diffusion layer for fuel cell, CFRTP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Thermo Plastics) prepreg, large size fiber composites, moth‘s eyes film (non-reflection), AQSOA Target net sales: ¥10 billion (FY2015 ) Agribusiness solutions Deliver cost competitive plant production system & materials (including plants for medicinal use) Research in water-saving agricultural system
  • 33. APTSIS 15: Performance Products Cash-generating Business Electronics Applications Net Sales ¥74 billion (FY2010) ¥100 billion (FY2015) Global top Recording Target ‘total storage media’ top brand (Verbatim) media - target market share in FY2015: optical discs 20%; HDD etc. 10% - be a market leader in organic dye-based blu-ray disc (Enter in LED lighting business and expand by taking advantage of Verbatim sales channel*) * LED lighting earnings not included in net sales Designed Materials Net Sales ¥53 billion (FY2010) ¥70 billion (FY2015) Performance Stable earnings in food packaging business by rationalization films Reach out to new markets in non-food applications - medical applications; batteries, and alcohol beverage Net Sales ¥15 billion (FY2010) ¥30 billion (FY2015) Food Start compounding ingredients business in China w/ unique emulsifiers as key materials ingredients Expand business foundation by leveraging fermentation technologies (e.g. erythritol) and partnerships 32
  • 34. APTSIS 15: Performance Products Operating Income and Resource Allocation Plan Accelerate launch of green businesses, pursue further value-addition, and reach out to global markets Operating Income Resource allocation plansBillions of yen Growth Business Billions of yen 160 Cash-generating Business Business to be restructured APTSIS 10 FY2008-2010* FY2010** 140 Investments 140 86 120 R&D 75 33 100 *FY2010 forecast **Including MRC 80 Billions of yen 60 APTSIS 15 FY2011-2015 5 year average 40 Investments 440 88 20 R&D 210 42 0 FY2010 FY2012 FY2015 33
  • 35. Health Care 34
  • 36. APTSIS 15 Health Care - Strategies Accelerate to be a global research-driven pharmaceutical company and deliver healthcare solutions Growth strategy (ethical drugs) Strengthen sales of current major products by LCM (life cycle management) Maximize profit by new ethical drugs and increase approved products in USA, EU and China Strengthen pipeline to fulfill unmet medical needs Innovation strategy (healthcare solutions) Deliver healthcare solutions through pharmaceuticals and diagnostics Collaboration among the Group healthcare-related operations Cash-generating Business Stabilize earnings from Cash-generating Businesses - Diagnostics & support for new pharmaceutical development - Generics
  • 37. APTSIS 15: Health Care Growth Strategy (1) Pipeline for growth (ethical drugs) TA-7284 MP-513 (Type2 Diabetes mellitus) (Type2 Diabetes mellitus) JAPAN FTY720 APTA-2217 (Multiple sclerosis) MP-424 MP-435 (Chronic hepatitis C) CNTO148 MT-4666 MP-214 BK-4SP (Rheumatoid arthritis) Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Filed MP-124 MCI-186 MCI-196 Argatroban MP-136 (Hyperphospatemia) FTY720 USA, EU MP-513 (Multiple sclerosis) TA-8995 (Type2 Diabetes mellitus) MP-146 Filed in EU, etc. MT-3995 MT-2832 (Chronic kidney disease) GB-1057 TA-7284 TA-7284 Approved (Obesity) (Type 2 Diabetes mellitus) (Out-license) TA-1790 FTY720 T-0047 (Multiple Sclerosis) (Multiple Sclerosis) Filed in USA, Russia Expecting high profitability; targeted to be launched by 2015 Blue text: Out-license 36
  • 38. APTSIS 15: Health Care Growth Strategy (2) Profit maximization by new products (ethical drugs) in Japan Strengthen life cycle management Current main - Remicade: expand sales by approval of dose escalation for Clone disease, etc. products - Current main products (e.g. Radicut): maintain profit by approval of additional new formulation, large size clinical trials, and approval of additional indications New productsMP-513,TA-7284 (Type 2 Diabetes mellitus) MP-513: P3, scheduled to be filed in FY2012; TA-7284:P2CNTO148( Rheumatoid arthritis ) Filed by Janssen in FY2010 (to be co-marketing with Janssen) P2, scheduled to be filed in FY2010 by MTPC (to be co-marketing with Novartis)FTY720 (Multiple sclerosis)MP-424(Chronic hepatitis C) P3, scheduled to be filed in FY2010 by MTPC (licensed-in from Vertex)Escitaloplam (Antidepressant) Filed by Mochida in FY2010 (to be co-marketing with Mochida) Effective product life cycle managementCurrent products e.g.Remicade (additional indication, etc.) FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 37
  • 39. APTSIS 15: Health Care Growth Strategy (3) Global launch of approved products in USA, EU and China USA China -USA as prioritized area to invest resources -Strategy and initiatives for obtaining approval of -Early approval and launch with developing development candidates products for kidney therapeutics in USA & EU -Increase the market presence by sales expansion of current products and in-licensed products ① Introduction of products to China (e.g. Radicut and Talion) ② New products: MP-424 (chronic hepatitis C) ② Launch in China as MP‐513 & TA-7284 (Type 2 diabetes mellitus) new products TA-7284 (Type2 diabetes mellitus, obesity) TA-7284 (License from Johnson & Johnson) ① MCI-196 (Hyperphospatemia) Kidney therapeutic area in USA & EU MP-146 (Chronic kidney disease) Gilenia (FTY720, royalty from Novartis) FTY720 (Multiple sclerosis) Current products in China, Asia, EU & USA Current products FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 38
  • 40. APTSIS 15: Health Care Innovation Strategy Healthcare Solutions MTPC Solution for Disease Treatment Pharmaceuticals for unmet needs * Drug development using new technologies (incl. biomarkers) Solution for Prevention Drug for diseases that are difficult to care Vaccines developed by new technology MCMC Diagnostic service for personalized medicine Medical IT analysis Diagnostics using cutting-edge - Epidemiologic data to health technologies (e.g. gene diagnosis) insurer by collaboration w/ NTT Data The MCHC Group (Health Care and Performance Products domains) Solution delivery by integrating the Group’s technologies and products High purity water production systems for White LED for medical applications pharmaceuticals & medical treatment Innovation Strategy in APTSIS 10 (Personalized Medicine) has been evolved to ‘Healthcare Solutions’ 39
  • 41. APTSIS 15: Health Care Cash-generating Business Diagnostics & support for Net Sales ¥81 billion (FY2010) ¥115 billion (FY2015) new pharmaceutical developments Clinical testing - Expand business by regional tie-ups, delivering solutions, and capitalizing cutting-edge technologies Support for new pharmaceutical development - Sharpen new technologies and outreach global market Clinical diagnostic reagents & instruments - Accelerate global sales of PATHFAST, a key strategic product Medical IT analysis service - New business launch to analyze medical information Net Sales ¥10 billion (FY2010 ) ¥50 billion (FY2015 ) Generics Establish reliable brand of high quality and stable supply Strengthen business by launching major products Fine-tune production and sales structure 40
  • 42. APTSIS 15: Health Care Operating Income and Resource Allocation Plan Accelerate to be a global research-driven pharmaceutical company and deliver healthcare solutions Operating Income Resource allocation planBillion of yen Growth Business Billions of yen 140 Cash-generating Business APTSIS 10 FY2008-2010* FY2010* 120 Investments 63 22 R&D 239 73 100 * FY2010 forecast 80 Billions of yen 60 APTSIS 15 FY2011-2015 5 year average 40 Investments 150 ** 30 20 R&D 410 82 **including facilities for biologics 0 FY2010 FY2012 FY2015 41
  • 43. Industrial Materials 42
  • 44. APTSIS 15 Industrial Materials - Strategies Increase profitability by accelerating globalization, shifting to high-performance products, and optimizing product chain Growth Strategy Expand global operation and shift to high-performance products with regional partners - MMA and PMMA, performance polymers, high-performance graphite Innovation Strategy Deliver new materials that contribute to the environment and to the ‘Sustainable Carbon Society’ - Sustainable resources Cash-generating Business Stabilize earnings and reinforce business structure - Stabilize operations and minimize environmental impact - Reinforce business structure by leveraging high-value-added products, expanding knowledge business & improving process technologies: PTA, coke, PP, PHL/ BPA /PC chain Business to be restructured Complete restructuring in Japan 43
  • 45. APTSIS 15: Industrial Materials Growth Strategy Expand global operation & high-performance product ratio Net Sales: ¥270 billion (FY2010) ¥430 billion (FY2015) Global leader MMA/PMMA MMA Expand production capacity capturing rising demand and optimize global sites Increase global market share from 37% to 45% (China, Korea, Thailand, the Middle East, USA) PMMA Develop and expand as high-performance growth driver (e.g. FPD applications) Secure more than 60% share in light guide plate applications as MMA product chain Develop supply capabilities of large-size light guide plate for expanding LED-TV mkts. and expand sales of high-performance sheets for FPD application Net Sales: ¥40 billion (FY2010 ) ¥60 billion (FY2015 ) Performance Outreach to emerging markets (China, India, Thailand, Brazil) to capture growing demands in Polymers automobiles and health care (target sales: > 100,000 t/y (FY2010) ; 150,000 t/y (FY2015) Collaborate among the Group and apply new technologies to create new markets such as compatibilizing agents and adhesives Net Sales: ¥15 billion (FY2010 ) ¥25 billion (FY2015 ) High Develop world-leading low thermal expansion needle coke (as petroleum-based alternatives) performance and increase sales in China (additional 20,000 t/y by FY2012) by capturing rise in demand graphite Increase pitch coke sales (additional 10,000 t/y by FY2012) for silicon carbide crucibles, meeting demand rise in photovoltaic modules Explore overseas partnerships to secure coal tar sources and expand production sites 44
  • 46. APTSIS 15: Industrial Materials Growth Strategy – Global Operation Accelerate globalization with partnerships EU & USA: Capture demand for high-performance products Expand operations of high-performance products PP compounds: Leverage partnership with Borealis PC compounds: Generate synergies from the acquisition of DSM’s PC business Generate synergies with Quadrant’s engineering plastic business and collaborate in functional composites Expand production bases for performance polymers Asia: Take advantage of growing demand and Expand sales in growth areas for MMA product chain increase competitiveness (including Eastern Europe and South America) Harness Lucite sites Alliances and overseas operations In the expanding Chinese market - PP compounds Expand by partnering with SINOPEC - PC and BPA PTA - Strengthen competitiveness by utilizing MCAP (strengthen power in raw materials purchasing) - Reinforce area partnership strategy to serve market needs Middle East: Strengthen ties with leading companies Sustainable resources (access low-cost resources) - Alliance with PTT Public Company in Thailand Alliances and overseas operations Expand business in Asia Maintain the long-term collaborative ties with SABIC through Bolster production in MMA demand areas Eastern Petrochemical (SHARQ) - Expand capacity of MMA (Thailand, Korea, China, etc) - China: Continuous casting acrylic sheets Execute “Alpha” Project Functional resins: Upgrade plans in China, Thailand and India Business alliances in Saudi Arabia High-performance graphite: Increase exports to China - 250,000 t/y of MMA and 40,000 t/y of acrylic resin pellets Expand knowledge business - Go on line in FY2014 45
  • 47. APTSIS 15: Industrial Materials New Process for C3/C4 and Sustainable Resources Business structure transformation by leveraging new technologies using sustainable resources Sustainable Resources DURABIO Bio-based engineering plastic Methanol Biomass Ethanol GS Pla Succinic Acid, etc. Unused gas Consider co- Polybutylene succinate development with venture companies Naphtha Cracker (USA) optimization Naphtha C2 Derivatives C2 Fraction C3 C3 Current Petrochemical C4 C4 process BTX Innovative technologies for C3/C4 production C3: Dimethyl ether to propylene C4: Butene to crude butadiene 46
  • 48. APTSIS 15: Industrial Materials Innovation Strategy Deliver new materials that contribute to the environment and the “Sustainable Carbon Society” Target net sales: ¥10 billion (FY2015 ) Sample shipment started from August 2010. DURABIO Establish presence in high-performance product market Bio-based - target sales in FY2015: 20,000 t/y engineering plastic - main application: alternatives for glass, optical Planning to establish operation in Thailand w/ PTT Sustainable GS Pla Utilize low-cost raw materials to enter new markets Polybutylene succinate - target production in Thailand by FY2015: 20,000 t/y resources Market and sales of bio-based PE, produced by Braskem Bio PE & imported by Toyoda TSUSHO, in Japan by applying Bio-based polyethylene polymer design and processing capabilities Expand presence by delivering eco-friendly products PLA applying compounding and molding technologies Polylactic acid 47
  • 49. APTSIS 15: Industrial Materials Cash-generating Business Stabilize earnings & reinforce business structure Net Sales: ¥250 billion (FY2010) ¥260 billion (FY2015) PTA Market leader in Asia Reduce cost, form partnerships to meet market needs, and develop knowledge business (China and India) Net Sales: ¥200 billion (FY2010) ¥250 billion (FY2015) Solidify earning structure and maintain operations for comprehensive coal chemistry Coke Strengthen knowledge businesses in overseas and expand highly profitable export businesses (India, Thailand, and Brazil) Net Sales: ¥180 billion (FY2010) ¥200 billion (FY2015) PP and Optimize production structure and shift to high-performance product portfolio compounds Increase global sales of compounds, particularly for the automotive market (China, Thailand, India, North America, and EU) Net Sales: ¥80 billion (FY2010) ¥95 billion* (FY2015) Increase profitability by cost reduction and expanding sales of high-performance products PHL, BPA, PC Successful start at Sinopec-Mitsubishi Chemical Polycarbonate (Beijing) (SMP, JV with Sinopec) Expand overseas partnership by utilizing non-phosgene DPC process *additional ¥40 billion expected from SMP 48
  • 50. APTSIS 15: Industrial Materials Restructuring of Ethylene Center & Optimization of Derivatives Decrease in Threat from Downsizing demand resource-producing naphtha for derivatives nations crackers (especially polyolefins) Nations w/competitive resources Excess supply from Middle East & Annual ethylene production in (Middle East & China) will rush into China will limit exports from and Japan drops to 5MM tons, and the Asian market shrink demand in Japan further reduction is concerned Implemented strategies Implementing strategies Derivatives Expand high-value products and Further optimization with Derivatives: take countermeasures partners Restructured and Mizushima Plant: Consider a single cracker optimized production (w/Asahi Kasei) and Crackers Unify operation with Asahi Kasei capacities and downsize capacity collaborate with refineries (PP,PE,SM,PS,CL,PVC) Kashima Plant: Further restructuring Increase competitiveness including collaboration with through regional partnership refineries 49
  • 51. APTSIS 15: Industrial Materials Operating Income and Resource Allocation Plan Globalize, accelerate value-added product ratio, and balanced growth with product chain optimization to earn higher profitability Operating Income Resource allocation plans Growth Business Billions of yen Billions of yen Cash-generating Business Business to be restructured 120 APTSIS 10 FY2008-2010 FY2010* 100 Investments 81.0 34.0 R&D 43.0 18.5 80 60 *FY2010 forecast **Including MRC 40 Billions of yen 20 APTSIS 15 FY2011-2015 5 year average 0 Investments 320 64 FY2010 FY2012 FY2015 R&D 90 18 50
  • 52. APTSIS 15 Operating Income by Segment Billions of yen FY2010 FY2012 FY2015 Domains Segment forecasts plan plan Electronics Applications 4 12 30 Performance Products Designed Materials 38 54 100 Health Care Health Care 77 79 120 Chemicals 44 35 35 Industrial Materials Polymers 45 48 70 Others 3 7 10 Corporate (8) (5) (5) Sub total 203 230 360 Contingency (30) Total including contingency 203 230 330 Operating income by Leaping Ahead (M&A) 70 Total including Leaping Ahead (M&A) 400 Net sales 3,190 3,600 4,200 Net sales by Leaping Ahead (M&A) 800 Total net sales 5,000 51
  • 53. Global Operation (Regional Strategy) 52
  • 54. APTSIS 15 Global Operation (Regional Strategy) Expand overseas sales ratio and OP margin (FY2010 vs. FY2015) Overseas sales ratio: 34% to 45% Overseas OP margin: 26% to 50% EU & USA EU & USA 11% 15% Asia & emerging Japan markets Japan (China) 66% Asia & emerging 23% markets 55% ¥2.1 trillion ¥2.7 trillionFY2010 forecast 30% (China) FY2015 targetNet sales: ¥3.2 trillion Net sales: ¥5.0 trillion OP: ¥203 billion* OP: ¥400 billion* *overseas: ¥53 billion *overseas: ¥200 billion Performance Products: Expand business in automobile, FPD, environment & energy etc. Health Care: Expand prescription medicine business China China Industrial Materials: Expand competitive business Strategic alliance with local partners and strengthen regional management Performance Products: Strengthen global supply capabilities in Singapore, Taiwan, and Korea Asia Asia Industrial Materials: Strengthen manufacturing bases Strengthen supply chain management EU & EU & Performance Products: Expand business in automobile, FPD, environment & energy etc. USA USA Health Care: Expand ethical drugs business 53
  • 55. Synergies 54
  • 56. APTSIS 15 Synergies (Billions of yen) Major synergies considered FY2012 FY2015 Develop thermoplastic CF composites and process technologies to CF & accelerate product launch in automotive panels and components composites and industrial, environmental, and energy applications Combine membrane bioreactor and purified water manufacturing Water technologies to expand business in Businesses treatment Combine micro-filtration technology and ion-exchange resins to broaden water treatment business 5 15 Mutually apply acrylic coating technologies, acrylic polyurethane, modified Specialty PP, and mechanical emulsification to launch emulsified polymers for new chemicals water-borne coating markets Integrate engineering businesses Others Effective use of sales channel and business units within the Group e.g. electrolyte production (MCC) at Lucite (MPI) facilities in EU & USA) Purchasing Centralize purchasing function Cost and R&D Logistics Integrate logistic networks and consolidate locations within the Group Integrate infrastructural systems to enhance efficiency and rationalize IT by standardizing applications 6 28 Exercise more synergies among technologies and more effective use of R&D technology platforms Optimize human resources allocation and infrastructure Total 11 43 55
  • 57. Enhancing shareholder value and corporate value 56
  • 58. APTSIS 15 Enhancing Shareholder Value Basic Policy Enhance shareholder value by improving corporate value Shareholder Returns Maintain sufficient internal reserves to fund business development while paying consolidated results-based dividends While targeting a medium-term payout ratio of at least 30%, we will also prioritize stable dividends (maintaining and increasing cash dividends per share) 57
  • 59. APTSIS 15 Management of Sustainability Stakeholder Capitalism New Concept for New Concept for Management Management Public Interest, Environment MOS Timeline CSR (Management GHG of Sustainability) Sustainability Shareholder Capitalism Technology Management Axis Crisis of Financial s xi Capitalism* MOT (2008) A (Management of Technology) n a tio es s tr in ) is MBA Bus tion in f a Capital Efficiency, m r o istr *Financial Capitalism= Ad e ROE Management st in a m Stockholder Capitalism + Market-Driven Capitalism ess (M Ad n u si B 58
  • 60. APTSIS 15 KAITEKI Activities We are committed to run our business in a way that delivers KAITEKI solutions MCHC corporate value (through corporate activities) Conventional Economic KAITEKI value KAITEKI management value = Contribution to society management approach Plan-do- Plan-do- check-act Deliver value to society thr’ business activities check-act cycles cycles based on Sustainability Health Comfort based on economic KAITEKI index Business activities based on index social responsibility Human Labor practice rights Corporate Safety governance Corporate Environment ethics Corporate Philosophy 59
  • 61. APTSIS 15 KAITEKI Indexes S-1 Contribution to reduce environmental impact through products & services Sustainability S-2 Practice energy saving & reduction of depletion resources Index S-3 Contribution to reduce environmental impact through supply chain management H-1 Contribution to medical treatment Health H-2 Contribution to improvements of QOL Index H-3 Contribution to early detection and prevention of diseases C-1 Deliver products (development and manufacturing) for comforting lifestyle Comfort C-2 Improve stakeholder satisfaction Index C-3 Recognition of corporate trust 60
  • 62. APTSIS 15: KAITEKI Indexes Targets Monitor progress and manage PDCA cycles The MCHC Group Procurement Production Products S-1-2 Generate reduction of CO2 S-2-3 S-1-1 emissions through products Generate resources & Reduce environmental by 4 million t/y H-3-1 energy savings of ¥13 impact by 30% from Increase index of billion 2005 levels vaccine treatment H-1 by 40% Increase index performance derived by the degree of difficulty to treat S-3-1 S-2-1 diseases and the number of Achieve 80% inspection Procure reusable H-3-2 administered patients by 30% rate on toxic substance materials equivalent to Increase no. of in purchased items 6,000 t/y of crude oil diagnostic testing H-2 by 17% Increase contribution to QOL improvements by 40% S-3-2 S-2-2 Achieve 90% Suppress rare metal purchasing of raw uses by 800 t/y thr’ C-1-1 C-1-2 materials and improving process and Increase sales of comfort- Increase new products packaging according to innovative products oriented products by ¥600 ratio from 16% to 35% CSR guideline billion C-2-1 C-2-2 C-3 Improve third-party Enhance employee Halve the number of corporate assessments satisfaction index troubles and accidents 61
  • 63. APTSIS 15 Organization for KAITEKI Project From environmental management to KAITEKI management MCHC President & CEO (Effective as of April, 2011) KAITEKI Conference KAITEKI Conference CKO (Chief KAITEKI Officer) KAITEKI Secretariat MCHC Corporate Strategy Office KAITEKI Committee (MCHC) KAITEKI Committee (MCHC) Co-work with external organizations: Members from corporate strategy, corporate WBCSD, ICCA, WEF, JCIA, JPCA, etc. management, PR&IR, HR, administration, and government offices internal control The KAITEKI Institute MCC MTPC MPI MRC Corporate Corporate Corporate Corporate Planning Div. Planning Div. Planning Div. Planning Div ・ ・ ・ Technology ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ Coordination Div Environmental Safety & Quality Div ・ KAITEKI Committee KAITEKI Committee KAITEKI Committee KAITEKI Committee KAITEKI Committee KAITEKI Committee KAITEKI Committee KAITEKI Committee
  • 64. APTSIS 15 The KAITEKI Institute:Focuses and Progress Sensibility science Development of renewable •Molecular music energy and resources •Chemicals production from CO2 using algae •Water splitting with sunlight Future societies – Hydrogen production •Measures to fulfill life •Theoretical analysis of photosynthesis of aged people The •Trends of energy and resources Environment, •Trends of climate changes Health Resources, •Analysis of internal sounds and Energy Sol of the human body Breakthrough technologies Vita Development of materials in healthcare Aqua and devices for higher energy efficiency •Next-generation semiconductor substrate Water and food •Materials for higher energy efficiency for housing and others Areas Solutions to● Researching water and food problems● Investigating •Water-saving agriculture system in Victoria State in Australia •New method to produce clean water 63
  • 65. APTSIS 15 Aspiration – The MCHC Group Realizing KAITEKI Daily Necessities Information & Energy Electronics Medicine Environment Health Care Performance Industrial Business Domains Products Materials Decision Criteria for Corporate Activities Sustainability Health Comfort Group Philosophy 64
  • 66. Reference Materials 65
  • 67. Reference MaterialsMCHC Group Motto, APTSISKAITEKI Value and KAITEKI IndexesBusiness Portfolio Reform under APTSIS 10Operating Income (FY2010 vs. FY2015)CAPEX PlanGrowth Business and Next-generation Growth Business 66
  • 68. APTSIS 15: Reference Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group Motto Apt: 【Adjective】 Appropriate -sis: 【Suffix】 From Greek, indicates that something is a behavior, process, status, condition, etc.
  • 69. APTSIS 15: Reference is … KAITEKI is a Japanese word for comfort, and encompasses values that companies should practice worldwide in the 21st century. KAITEKI in the 21st century signifies challenging state of sustainability, materializing comfort for people, comfort for society and comfort for the Earth. We will act accordingly. At Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group companies, with Sustainability, Health, and Comfort as the three decision criteria for our corporate activities, we are committed to run our business in a way that delivers KAITEKI solutions. 68
  • 70. APTSIS 15: Reference - KAITEKI Indexes Sustainability Index Reduce environmental impact by 30% vs. 2005 levels Cut GHG (CO2 equivalent) emission by 17% vs. 2005 levels Environmental impact index GHG emission trend kt/y 25,000 12,000 10,700 93% 20,400 9,900 83% 20,000 73% 10,000 9,100 8,900 68% 14,900 14,300 8,000 15,000 13,900 6,000 10,000 4,000 5,000 2,000 0 0 FY2005 FY2009 FY2012* FY2015* FY2005 FY2009 FY2012* FY2015* * targets GHG SOx MCC MTPC NOx Dust & soot MPI MRC VOC Operational adjustment Operational adjustment 69
  • 71. APTSIS 15: Reference - KAITEKI Indexes Health Index Increase index performance derived by the degree of difficulty to treat diseases and the number of administered patients by 30% vs. 2009 FY2015 ∑(A x B) Index for contribution to medical treatments* = FY2009 ∑(A x B) A: degree of difficulties to treat diseases B: number of administered patients * Defined by MCHC Group Contribution Index 1.4 130% 1.3 1.2 110% 1.1 103% 100% 1 0.9 FY2009 FY2010 FY2012 FY2015 estimation target target 70
  • 72. APTSIS 15: Reference - KAITEKI Indexes Comfort Index Increase new products ratio from 16% to 35% (Performance Products and Health Care domains) 80% 70% Sum of Performance 60% Products & Health Care domains 50% Electronics Applications segment 35% Designed Materials segment 40% 27% Health Care segment 30% 16% 20% 10% 0% FY2010 FY2012 FY2015 forecast target target 71
  • 73. APTSIS 15: Reference Business Portfolio Improvements under APTSIS 10 Implementation in FY2008–2010 Major Initiatives Performance Products Industrial Materials MRC became a wholly owned subsidiary; Taiyo Nippon Sanso became an equity-method affiliate -New Mitsubishi Plastics inaugurated - Formed strategic alliance with China Petroleum -Consolidated Nippon Synthetic Chemical Industry as subsidiary & Chemical Corporation Growth strategy -Formed organic LED lighting joint venture with Pioneer - MCC exchanged its Asian nylon businesses for the (including M&A) -MRC established MRC-SGL Precursor European PC operations of Royal DMS of Holland -Quadrant Ag of Holland became a consolidated subsidiary -Japan Polypropylene formed business alliance -Acquired Freecom of Holland with Borealis AG of Austria - Integrated water treatment & engineering businesses -Agreed with Asahi Kasei to form a joint venture to Japan - Increased cathode material capacity for lithium-ion integrate naptha cracker operations at Mizushima batteries at Mizushima site ethylene center Capacity and - MPI opened office in Taiwan efficiency -Mytex Polymers India established - Dia Moulding Slovakia established -Global structure created for PTA improvements -Mitsubishi Plastics Asia Pacific established Overseas -Performance resin compounds (China and USA) -JV Qingdao Lingda Kasei to specialize in spherical graphite - Blu-ray disc operations launched in Singapore - KOX and JER absorbed and merged - Apco and Japan Ethanol absorbed and merged - Mitsubishi Chemical Analytech launched - Sunprene Thailand made a wholly owned subsidiary Acquisitions and mergers - MKV DREAM established - Packaging materials companies of MPI and MCC merged - Planned to sell stake in Calgon Mitsubishi Chemical -Fertilizers: toward minority share holder Transfers -Sold shares in Techno Polymer, PS Japan, Yokkaichi Gosei - MPI closed seven business sites - Stopped PVC pipe production in Koriyama and Nagahama - Stopped production of cyclohexane plant (Mizushima) - Stopped caprolactam, anone, and ammonium sulfate - Stopped PVC operation (Mizushima); disolved Novapex Australia production (Kurosaki) - Stopped operations at alpha olefin and fatty alcohols plants - Stopped production of PX plant (Mizushima) Withdrawals - Withdrew from dimethylformamide business - Decided to stop SM production (Kashima) - Decided to shutdown ammonium sulfate plant - Decided to stop production of PVC (Yokkaichi) and - Decided to withdraw from glycol ether business electrolytes and VC monomers (Mizushima) - Decided to shutdown PTA plant in Matsuyama 72
  • 74. APTSIS 15: Reference Business Portfolio Improvements under APTSIS 10 Implementation in FY2008–2010 Major Initiatives Health Care - Choseido Pharmaceutical became a consolidated subsidiary Growth strategy - Secured exclusive development and commercialization licenses in Taiwan and Indonesia (including M&A) for pitavastatin calcium, a hypercholesterolemia treatment agent. - Tanabe Seiyaku Hanbai established - Production companies consolidated to form Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Factory - Tanabe Seiyaku Hanbai and Chosei Yakuhin merged - Construction started on new building for Medicinal Chemical Laboratory on premises of Japan Yokohama Office - Life cycle management of existing pharmaceuticals (Radicut, Anplag, and Gastrom) Capacity and - Added indications for Remicade and Venoglubulin-IH efficiency improvements - Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma America established - Sales company Guangdong Tanabe Pharmaceutical established - Received approval for FTY720 multiple sclerosis treatment in USA and Russia Overseas (USA sales began through Novartis) - Expanded number of European countries to 9 in which Argatroban is available - Mitsubishi Pharma (Guangzhou) completed infusion bag production facilities - Welfide Service integrated into Tanabe Total Service - Tanabe Total Service integrated with Kouei Shouji Acquisitions and mergers - Transferred stakes in Sun Chemical, Tama Kagaku, and Ogura Art Printing Transfers - Dissolved Mitsubishi Kasei Institute of Life Sciences Withdrawals - Liquidated subsidiaries Fuji Kosan and Tokyo Tanabe Shoji 73
  • 75. APTSIS 15: Reference Analysis of Operating Income (FY2010 vs. FY2015)Billions of yen 500 Growth Business Cash-generating Business (113) 400 +52 (35) Contingency Price (30) Price +43 +286 Volume (130) (26) Synergy Others 300 +80 Fixed Rationalization Cost 200 Volume 330 100 203 0 FY2010 FY2015 forecast target 74
  • 76. APTSIS 15:Reference Major CAPEX Plan Domain Segment Items Electronics Increase GaN substrate production line for white LED lighting Applications New production facility for OPV Capacity increase in electrolytes, anodes, and cathodes for Performance HEV Li-ion batteries Products New production facility for Li-ion battery separator Designed Capacity increase of high-performance polyester films Materials Capacity increase for carbon fiber calcination Capacity increase for OPL film New water treatment plant for operation and maintenance Health Care Health Care New GMP facilities for API and formulation Chemicals Down size capacity of naphtha crackers Industrial Capacity increase of MMA Materials Polymers New line for acrylic continuous casting sheets Others New R&D facility 75
  • 77. Growth Business White LED lighting and materials Goals FY2015 Business model and value No. 1 player worldwide Market to the world chains Through FY2012: Solidify business infrastructure Gas phase method: mass produce GaN substrates, develop new phosphors, and deliver sapphire-based VxRGB modules, light bulbs, and lighting fixtures. From FY2013: Market KAITEKI lighting by capitalizing strength in materials Liquid phase method: mass produce GaN substrates, deliver new phosphors and GaN based VxRGB modules and lighting fixtures. KAITEKI Lighting Ultra-efficient, Beautiful, and Comforting* *High efficiency, high color rendering, dimming & color tuning Light bulbs GaN substrates Package LEDs Modules -Mass-production by liquid -New R, G, and Y phosphors for -Deliver VxRGB-based higher luminance and color rendering Lighting fixtures phase method Natural Vision fixtures -Blue excitation ultraviolet excitation and -Target 40% market share -Target 50% market share modules Create market for tunable lighting InGaN epitaxial layer Natural Vision LED=Close to natural sun light Sapphire GaN Tunable=Dimming & color tuning B+YR VxRGB Register VxRGB trademark = Ultraviolet excited RGB phosphor compounds 76
  • 78. Growth Business Lithium-ion battery materials Goals FY2015 Market trend forecast for LIB materials Top global market share with global operations Billions of yen Source: MCC estimates (2010) 1,000 800 rge su Strategies and initiatives an d 600 em ed o tiv Build global supply structure 400 m Aut o Accelerate development for automotive certifications 200 demand for 10% growth in Reinforce quality controls and cost-cutting SCD* applicatio ns ~ ~ 0 Current capacity Target capacity Target Share % FY FY FY FY FY FY FY t/yr t/yr (‘09→’15) 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2020 Electrolytes 8,500 50,000 25 → 40 *SCD: small consumer device Anode materials 3,000 35,000 20 → 35 Cathode materials 600 15,000 <5 → 10 Separators 12 million m2/yr 72 million m2/yr <5 → 10 Four materials and advantages Electrolytes Anode materials Cathode materials Separators Optimal formulations Spherical graphite & Powder design for Dry 3D structure and synergies cobalt reduction control Surface treatment with other materials materials technologies
  • 79. Growth Business FPD Components Worldwide panel shipments Goals FY2015 and Strategies Millions of square meters annually Source: MCHC estimate Market leader in expanding Asian market 160 Cell phones Notebook PCs Expand facilities and increase CAPEX adopting to growing markets 120 Desktop PCs Television sets Global operation, particularly in Asia, doing more business in emerging nations Optimize earnings by shifting targets to advanced flat panel displays 80 Maintain high market shares by cutting costs and enhancing quality & services 40 MCHC Group products 0 Protective film release film and protective film PET film (MPI) FY FY FY FY FY FY Polarizer 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Polyvinyl acetate Optical polarized film (NSCI) Release film PET film (MPI) Retardation film Glass substrate Color filter Color resist (MCC) Liquid crystal cell Glass substrate Retardation film Release film PET film (MPI) Polarizer Polyvinyl acetate Polyvinyl acetate film (NSCI) Protective film release film and protective film PET film (MPI) Brightness enhancement film Prism sheet (raw material) Prism sheet (MRC) Diffuser Raw material: PET film (MPI) Reflector (MPI) Backlight Light guide plate PMMA molding materials & sheets (MRC) Reflective film 78
  • 80. Growth Business FPD Components:Strategies and policies for key materials Polyester film Acrylic sheet <Strategy and key initiatives> <Strategy and key initiatives> Ensure efficient delivery by building common platform for Increase capacity and CAPEX in expanding markets Asia, - Build 2 lines in China & start prod’n (JV w/ Eternal Chemical ) EU, and the US Optimize earnings by shifting to advanced FPDs Maximize earnings by optimal product portfolio and Maintain high market shares by cutting costs and adopting enhancing quality & services to market changes - Maintain market share in processed products for FPDs Develop supply chain for light guide plates in expanding Expand global operation, particularly in Asia, LED-TV markets Increase earnings by launching high-performance mar resistance increase more business in emerging nations sheets (anti-fingerprint, anti-reflection, and anti-glare) - Leader in Chinese FPD market Expand sales in growing Chinese and Southeast Asian markets - Develop and launch new products Optical polarized film Color resists <Strategy > <Strategy > Expand earnings by building comprehensive Expand sales by rationalizing our supply chain for customers presence in LED-TV materials market Increase production capacity <Advantages> Optimize quality Integrated manufacturing system w/strength in disposition technology Improve supply stability Agile customizations <Advantages> <Key areas> PVOH materials China, Korea and Taiwan Advanced film production technologies Polarizer production record 79
  • 81. Growth Business Performance composite materials Global carbon fiber demand projections Goals FY2015 Metric tons annually Source: MCHC estimate Expand to advanced composite and molding materials 80,000 Industrial applications Sports and leisure Aerospace Promote new and large scale business focusing on growth areas, notably 60,000 environment & energy, mobile devices, and electronics 40,000 Carbon fiber (CF) /composites - strategies and initiatives 20,000 PAN-based: 0 Integrate precursors, CF, and intermediates into one business FY FY FY FY FY FY 2006 2008 2009 2010 2012 2015 Strengthen precursor strategy via MRC-SGL Precursor Early integration of CF production line scheduled to begin operations in 2011 and explore next capacity expansion Develop composites for automotive structural components and supply automotive materials Establish competitive advantages in intermediate materials, processing technologies and generate synergies within the inter-companies Expand gas dispersion layers for fuel cells Make acquisitions and build alliance network to expand value-chain Pitch-based: BMW Megacity Vehicle Expand application by taking characteristic advantage of pitch-based CF official photo Continue to develop and launch new products for CFs and processed products Advance CF production technologies Strategies and policies for alumina fibers Fulfill supply responsibilities to accommodate growing demand and outreach to new customers and new markets 80
  • 82. Growth Business High performance molding products Goals FY2015 Business scope Expand utilizing specialty engineering plastic molding Super engineering technologies and thermoplastic resin composites platforms plastics PEI PAI PEI PAI PBI PBI Reinforce semiconductor production technologies Engineering PEEK PPSU PPS (advanced plasma and ultra-pure materials) plastics PSU PTFE Launch new application by technical collaboration with customers PBT General- PC PA PET -P purpose POM PPO UHMW -PE Amorphous plastics Crystalline plastics Strategy and policies PEI : Polyether imide PBO : Polybenzimidazole PAI : Polyamid-imide PEEK : Polyetheretherketone PPSU : Polyphenylsulfone PPS : Polyphenylene sulfide PSU : Polysulfone PTFE : Polytetrafluoroethylene Engineering plastics: PC : Poycarbonate PBT : Polybutylene terephthalate PPO : Polyphenylene oxide PA : Polyaniline Broaden application & overcome business climate changes PET-P : PET plastics POM : Acetal polyoxymethylene UHMW-PE : Ultra-high-molecular- Super engineering plastics weight polyethylene Continue developing and maintaining leading position in advanced thermoplastics Launch production in Japan to augment European and American capabilities General-purpose engineering plastics Globally manufacture and use sales units to market super engineering plastics 81
  • 83. Growth Business Specialty Chemicals Goals FY2015 Specialty chemicals market projections Maximize group synergies and expand business scale Billions of yen Source: MCHC estimates 2,000 Personal care resins Leverage highly profitable product portfolio to develop new Performance film offerings in growth markets and expand overseas 1,500 materials Nonhalogen Collaborate with new businesses within Group Generate cost synergies 1,000 Functionalization Waterborne emulsions Strategies and policies 500 UV curable coatings Reinforce existing product lines to increase presence in solvent-based coating materials 0 Strengthen and expand waterborne emulsions capabilities Expand sales of plastisols for undercoating, UV curable coatings for Blu-ray discs FY FY and next-generation photoresist materials 2008 2015 Step up efforts to cultivate non-polyviny chloride applications for resin modifiers Expand sales of acrylic films for decorative and optical application as new offerings 3 business areas MRC MCC Synergies Solvent/Waterborne Waterborne emulsions Coating resins PO/acrylic emulsions for automotive & acrylic resins construction UV curable High performance UV curable coating materials Photo-reactive resins for I&E technologies coating materials hard coatings Additives Resin modifiers Functional additives Resin modifiers for polymer additives and epoxy resins 82
  • 84. Growth Business Water treatment system and services Goals 2015 From Materials to solutions business Build business structure to provide total water treatment Operations and business solutions, reinforce and expand operational maintenance infrastructure in Asian markets. Engineering technologies Functional membrane MBR technologies Strategies and policies Water purification technologies Strengthen production capacity for polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) membranes and increase film product sales Use membrane bioreactor (MBR) techniques (to remove activated Water treatment market in Asia sludge) to strengthen wastewater & water reclamation businesses Source: MRC estimates Billions of yen Initiate and broaden alliances (JVs) in China and elsewhere in Asia Improve cost competitiveness and offer high-performance Maintenance market 8,000 membranes Desalination Cultivate CLEANSUI business in China and elsewhere in Asia 7,000 pretreatment market Generate synergies with Nippon Rensui 6,000 Maintenance Pressurized 5,000 microfiltration market Submerged membrane 4,000 bioreactor market PVDF 3,000 Reverse osmosis market Market 2,000 Membrane 1,000 0 Large scale water treatment Membrane unit for FY FY FY FY FY FY FY facilities in Korea sewage treatment 1990s 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 83
  • 85. Growth Business Ethical drugs ■ Goals FY 2015 ■ Goals FY 2015 Develop and deliver globally new medicines to fulfill unmet medical needs ■ Current major products (Billions of yen) ■ FTY720 Product Profile Major products Net sales Major products Net sales Indication Multiple sclerosis FY2010 forecasts FY2010 forecasts Current Japan :P2※1 1. Remicade 60.7 6. Talion 12.6 development USA/EU/Russia ※2 :Approved in USA (Sep.) and 2. Radicut 28.3 7. Maintate 11.8 status Russia (Aug.) in 2010 and filed in EU in 2009 3. Ceredist 17.8 8. Depas 11.1 Mechanism Modulation of sphingosine 1-phosphate (S1P) receptor 4. Anplag 16.0 9. Herbesser 9.5 Profile -More effective than interferon 5. Urso 15.0 10. Tanatril 9.3 -First oral MS medicine in USA ■ Other medicines Name Escitalopram MP-424 MP-513 TA-7284 Indication Depressants Chronic hepatitis type C Type 2 Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes Current Japan: Filed by Mochida Japan: P3 Japan:P3 Japan:P2 development ※ Co-marketing with Mochida * USA/EU*: P3 Overseas :P2 Overseas :P3※3 *Co-promotion w/ Yoshitomiyakuhin * Vertex (USA) , Tibotec (EU) status at psychiatric instruction. Mechanism Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibition of HCV NS3/4A DPP4 inhibitor SGLT2 inhibitor inhibitors serine protease Profile -Highest selective SSRI -High efficacy compared with -Once a day administration -Low risk of hyperglycemia -High efficacy and tolerability existing therapy -Low renal excretion rate -Effect for weight reduction -Low drug interaction -Oral drug -Independent effect for insulin secretion - ww mkt size, 3,845M$※4 and resistance※1 Co-development w/Novartis ※2 Out-license to Novartis; Novartis sells and develops in overseas ※3 Johnson & Johnson develops in overseas ※4 Uto Brain 2009/07 84
  • 86. Growth Business High Performance Graphite Goals 2015 Leverage superior quality to expand sales Graphite electrodes for electric arc furnaces and semi-conductor application etc. Needle coke Pitch coke Full-fledged sales of tar derivatives (increase tar distillation capacity from 300,000 t/y in 2010 to 360,000 t/y) Needle coke: Increase sales in expanding Chinese market and offer product that offers better low thermal expansion performance than petroleum-based alternatives Increase sales from FY2010 → FY2012 by 20,000 t/y Pitch coke: Accommodate expanding customer demand by ensuring stable quality Increase sales from FY2010 → FY2012 by 10,000 t/y Graphite electrode for electric arc Atomic power core material, Various electrode & Semi-conductor furnace steel making pantograph slider & electric brush application sealing material 85
  • 87. Growth Business Performance Polymers Goals FY2015 Continuous new product development with our core modifying technologies Gain and/or secure shares in key markets through overseas expansion Strategy Strengthen global presence Collaborate with MCHC Group (generating 40% of sales overseas) Reinforce R&D companies to develop new applications Building material Food Electronics Electric wires Automobiles Healthcare MODIC OLEFISTA RABALON VMX LINKLON THERMORUN ZELAS PVC PRIMALLOY COMPOUNDS 86
  • 88. Growth Business MMA/PMMA Goals FY2015 Strategies and policies Ramp up production capacity to accommodate rising Establishing a global operational demand for MMA and PMMA and optimize global site locations (including in Asia, Middle East, and North MMA chain network leveraging No.1 America) capacity and cost competitiveness Capture business opportunities in growth regions Boost production capacity in methacrylic acid and esters to accommodate regional demand growth Key MMA CAPEX plan - Beaumont (USA), Daesan (Korea), Thai MMA (Thailand) Planned operational Production process Location startup 2011 C4 method Second stage at Thai MMA 2014 New ethylene method Saudi Arabi Capacity upgrades at 2011-2015 – existing plants 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% Dominant player MRC 37% Increase MMA in MMA product capacity chain Evonik (Germany) 15% 30~40% in Dow Chemical strategic areas (USA) 13% FY2015 Global TopSumitomo Chemical (Japan) 8% FY2010 LG (Korea) 5% MMA production capacityAsahi Kasei (Japan) 3% shares as of end-2010 Jilin Chemical (MRC estimates) (China) 3% Others 16% 87
  • 89. Next-generation Growth Business OPV Modules and Materials World photovoltaic modules market forecast Goals FY2015 Source: Fuji Keizai estimates (2010) Crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules Add values to customers in construction and mW Non-crystalline next-generation photovoltaic modules automotive usage by developing photovoltaic products where only chemical company can make 60,000 such innovations 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 Develop PV module materials & applications 10,000 0 Year FY2008 FY2009 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2015 FY2015 FY2012-15 Barrier film PV materials strategies 15% 10% efficiency Expand and systematize barrier substrate, composites, Building- integrated efficiency and photovoltaic module materials businesses photovoltaic (BIPV) Organic photovoltaic modules Deploy new deposition facilities for barrier substrates Silicon photovoltaic modules to attain world-leading quality and productivity Combine” pull and push marketing” to create markets for FY2010 next-generation photovoltaic modules and other products Collaborate with partners in composite products Thin-film silicon PV FY2009 Back-Barrier photovoltaic PROCELLIER F Plant factory Use on trucks module back sheet photovoltaic module sealant 88
  • 90. Next-generation Growth Business Organic Semiconductors Organic Electroluminescent Lighting (OLED) Organic electroluminescent lighting Goals FY2015 Homogenius lighting: A new product that features uniform surface illumination and Comprehensively produce raw materials to light sources & lighting is environmentally friendly Create top global brands Lead markets and generate highly profitable businesses N N F N N Lighting design: Uchihara Creative Lighting Design Inc. FY2015 Ir Ir O O F Ir N N 33 Ir Ir FY2014 2 N N Supplying “people-friendly” products 3 3 FY2013 And enhance “comfort living” by creating materials to device design FY2012Launch in FY2011 OLE2 OLE2 OLE1 OLE1 Solution OLE1 Version 2 Version 2 OLED device Deposition-based (coating substrate) Low-cost (for large panels, OLED High luminance and with fast performance) efficiency through new productionWorld’s first mass-produced (white) variable color lines(coated) using Pioneer’s existing temperature Materials Materials Light sources Light sources Lighting Lightinglines and featuring world’s largestsurface illuminationRGB variable (white variable) 89
  • 91. Next-generation Growth Business Sustainable Resources Goals FY2015 DURABIO: Leverage unique product features to build market presence as a highly functional product within our polymer portfolio GS Pla: Build partnerships in countries with biomass resources and establish competitive business base serving to a wide application Strategies Secure competitive Strengthen marketing Reinforce application raw materials to establish presence development capabilities DURABIO general properties PLA modification with GS Pla Adding GS Pla into PLA will: Low birefringence Low photoelastic coefficient GS Pla will increase value of PLA by Provide flexibilityexcellent transparency providing attributes close to those of Improve heat resistance polyethylene and similar polymers Provide heat sealing properties DURABIOTM DURABIOTM High impact resistance [GS Pla properties] [Improving heat resistance of PLA multi-axial impact Over 25% of GS Pla in PLA can improve PLA heat resistance. PLA/GS Pla PLA/GS Pla Potential of PLA-GS Pla 30/70 75/25 PLA compound PS Starch 60oC, 1hr PMMA GS Pla PLA/GS Pla PLA Flexural modulus 100% PLA/GS Pla 60/40 90/10 100% PETHardness Heat resistance PP 70oC, 1hr Biodegradable PC (Compostable) PE +biomass origin Biodegradable GS Pla to Biomass (Compostable) Bio-based Content Flame retardance Non-biodegradable 80oC, 1hr PBAT Tensile elongation 90

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