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Sojitz Company Presentation 2012


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Sojitz Company Presentation 2012

  1. 1.  Group Symbol Group Statement The Sojitz Group produces new sources of wealth by connecting the world’s economies, cultures and people in a spirit of integrity. Group Slogan Sojitz is committed to delivering new value to society through innovative thinking unconstrained by conventional wisdom. Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 2 2
  2. 2. About the Sojitz Group Group Management VisionThe position the Sojitz Group seeks to achieve Unrelentingly enhance the Groups trading company functions, as demanded by clients, by fully grasping and anticipating clients diverse needs (Function-oriented trading company) Take advantage of changes and continuously develop new business fields (Innovating trading company) Become a company in which each and every employee can work with pride and pursue challenges and explore opportunities to realize his or her own personal goals and ambitions (Open and flexible company) Seek to harmonize the Groups corporate activities with the society and the environment by consistently putting the Groups Statement into practice (Socially contributive company) Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 3
  3. 3. The History of Sojitz Group Nichimen Corporation Nissho Company Iwai Sangyo Company 1892 Japan Cotton Trading Co., Ltd. 1902 Suzuki & Co., Ltd. established 1896 Iwai & Co., Ltd. established established Nissho Iwai Corporation 1982 Company name changed 1968 Nissho Company and Iwai to Nichimen Corporation Sangyo Company merged2003 Nissho Iwai-Nichimen Holdings Corporation established through the transfer of shares by Nichimen Corporation and Nissho Iwai Corporation, which become its subsidiaries 2004 Subsidiaries Nichimen Corporation and Nissho Iwai Corporation merged to form Sojitz Corporation Name of holding company changed to Sojitz Holdings Corporation 2005 Sojitz Holdings Corporation merged with subsidiary Sojitz Corporation and company name changed to Sojitz Corporation Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 4
  4. 4. Corporate Data Company Name Sojitz Corporation Established April 1, 2003 Capitalization 160,339 million yen President & CEO Yoji Sato 1-20, Akasaka 6-chome, Minato-ku, Head Office Tokyo 107-8655, Japan TEL +81-3-5520-5000 FAX +81-3-5520-2390 URL Corporate Board of Corporate Auditors Governance Model Stock Exchange Listings Tokyo, Osaka (As of April 1, 2012) Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 5
  5. 5. Financial Information Consolidated Financial Highlights(Year ended March 31, 2012) (As of March 31, 2012) Total assets 2,120.6 billionNet sales 4,494.2 billion Net assets 330.5 billionOrdinary income 62.2 billion Equity ratio 14.4% Net interest-bearing debt 647.8 billion Net income (3.6billion) Net DER 2.1 times 6 Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011
  6. 6. Sojitz Groups Global NetworkThe Sojitz Group is a general trading company with a worldwidenetwork comprising over 500 group companies and operations in some 50 countries. Number of Branches & Offices Domestic: 7 Overseas: 91 Number of Subsidiaries & Affiliates Domestic: 140 Overseas: 363 Number of Employees Non-consolidated: 2,277 Consolidated: 16,302 (As of December 31, 2011) Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 7
  7. 7. Sojitz Organizational ChartGeneral Shareholders’Meeting Board of Corporate Auditors Corporate Auditors Corporate Auditor’s Office Nomination CommitteeBoard of Directors Remuneration CommitteeChairmanPresident & CEO Management Committee Internal Audit Dept. Machinery Division Risk Management Planning Dept. ・Automotive Unit Risk Management Dept. 1 ・Infrastructure Project & Industrial Machinery Unit Risk Management Dept. 2 ・Marine & Aerospace Unit Legal Dept. Internal Control Administration Dept. IT Planning Dept. Energy & Metal Division Finance Dept. ・Energy Unit Forex & Securities Dept. ・Coal & Nuclear Unit Structured Finance Dept. ・Steel & Mineral Resources Unit Corporate Accounting Dept. Asset Management Dept. Chemicals Division Human Resources & General Affairs Dept. ・Chemicals Unit Public Relations Dept. ・Ecological Materials & Resources Unit Corporate Planning Dept. Regional Coordination & Administration Dept. Consumer Lifestyle Business Division Investor Relations Office ・Foods Resources Unit Logistics & Insurance Dept. ・Agriculture & Forest Resources Unit ・Consumer Service & Development Unit Secretariat Dept. (As of April 1, 2012) 8 Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011
  8. 8. Sojitz Group Snapshot Japan China Asia & Oceania The Americas Europe, Russia & NIS Middle East & Africa  Smart city related business Machinery Division  Renewable Energy  Smart city related business   Transportation infrastructure Export of automobiles  Water business   Renewable Energy  Automobile distribution Industrial machinery  Smart city related business  Transportation infrastructure   Automobile assembly, sales  Industrial machinery Commercial aircraft sales  Water business  Renewable Energy  Renewable Energy representative and distribution; automobile  Plants  Automobile dealerships  Automobile assembly, sales, dealerships  Water business  Sales and brokerage of  New building orders, ship  Industrial machinery and distribution  Industrial machinery  Plants and IPP ships, ship chartering, sale chartering  Plants  Industrial machinery of ship equipment  IT infrastructure and service  Renewable Energy  Plants and IPP  Sales of IT and related  IPP equipment; solutions and  Business jets service; data centers  Sales of various types ofEnergy & Metal energy (LNG, petroleum  Coal mines and coal trading  Oil and gas, including products, coal, etc.)  Sales of coal  LNG unconventional oil and gas  Service station and tank Division  Trading of petroleum  Production of bioethanol;  Oil and gas  Oil and gas storage operation  Sales of industrial minerals products biopower generation  Nuclear fuel enrichment  LNG  Sales of steel-making  Sales of various rare metals  Rare metals (nickel, cobalt)  Nonferrous metals (copper)  Sales of biofuel  Rare metals (vanadium, materials (iron ore, coal,  Sales of iron ore etc.)  Nonferrous metals (alumina)  Rare metals (molybdenum,  Rare metals (tungsten) ferrochrome)  Development of iron mines niobium)  Sales of various rare metals and industrial minerals and iron ore trading  Iron ore trading  Steel products  Sales and import of rare  Manufacture and sales of earths, lithium compounds methanol  Manufacture and sales ofChemicals and industrial salt  Rare earth mines dicyclopentadiene  Manufacture and sale of Division  Sales of solvents and  Procurement of rare earths  Manufacture and sales of  Manufacture and sales of packaging materials thinners  Sales of organic chemicals marine chemicals (potash, Metton® resins  Sales of solvents  Plastic resins  Sale of resin compounds industrial salt)  Sales of butadiene  Sales of industrial films  Sales of electronic materials  Sales of flat-panel display  Manufacture and sales of  Sales of plastic resins  Sales of cellulose materials packaging materials  Sales of cosmetics  Sales of plastic resinsConsumer Lifestyle  Sales of various foodstuffsBusiness Division and food materials  Chemical fertilizers  Sales of grain and feed  Wholesaling of foodstuffs  Agriculture  Sales of processed seafood  Flour mills, port silos  Meat processing and  Fish farming  Foodstuff logistics  Feed packing Grain-related business  Tobacco  Manufacture and sales of  Fish farming  Sporting goods Lumber trading Woodchips  Import of brand sundries apparel  Woodchips and afforestation  Production of ingredients for  Airport retail  Industrial park development Food  Sales of lumber bread  OEM textiles  Sales of grain  Consolidation and sales of  Apparel brands  Bread production specialized grain  Import and sale in Japan of  Rice bran oil timber, plywood, etc. Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 9
  9. 9. Overview of Operations
  10. 10. Machinery Division Infrastructure Project & Automotive Unit Industrial Machinery UnitBusinesses Businesses Completely built-up (CBU) vehicle export  IPP business business; local vehicle assembly, manufacturing  Plants (steel, fertilizer&chemical, energy, power) and sales business; wholesale and retail  Industrial machinery and production systems business; component and tire exports; (surface mounters, bearings, equipment related automotive equipment and engineering business to the environment and new energy, etc.)Automotive Business IPP Business, Plant BusinessExpanding the earnings base through cost- Expertise in IPP business as well as large-scalecompetitive products in growing markets plant business Headquarters of Hyundai de Puerto Rico Fertilizer plant of Fatima Fertilizer Company Ltd. Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 11
  11. 11. Machinery Division Marine & Aerospace Unit IT Business Dept.Businesses Businesses Newbuilding, second-hand ships, ship chartering,  Sales and maintenance of communications and IT ship equipment sales business and ship-owning equipment; systems integration business  Software development and sales Commercial aircraft sales representative for The  Data centers, cloud services and managed services Boeing Company, Bombardier Inc., etc.; defense  Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Information equipment agency and sales business; business-jet Technology Outsourcing (ITO) businessMarine and Aerospace BusinessesComprehensive strengths in the marine business High-speed Internet backbone routers from Juniper Networks, Inc.and the top share of the domestic commercialaircraft agency business Environment & Urban Infrastructure Development Office Businesses  Transport infrastructure business  Renewable Energy business  Water business  Smart city related businessesBoeing 787 Dreamliner The Buenos Aires owned by Sojitz Mega-Solar Power Business in Germany Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 12
  12. 12. Energy & Metal Division Energy Unit Coal & Nuclear UnitBusinesses Businesses Oil, natural gas, LNG, gasoline, light oil, heavy  Coal (thermal coal, PCI coal, coking coal) oil, jet fuel, and bio fuel  Nuclear fuel cycle services and nuclear Other equipmentEnergy Development Coal and Nuclear BusinessPromoting acquisition of upstream energy interests and • Pursuing synergies between trading and investment ofsecuring regionally balanced interests upstream coal concessions, and providing stable supply to customers • Providing a full range of services of nuclear fuel cycle Al Karkara Oil Field, offshore Qatar Lake Vermont Coal Mine in Australia Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 13
  13. 13. Energy & Metal Division Steel Mineral & Resources UnitBusinesses Iron ore, iron ore pellets, hot briquetted iron Rare metals (molybdenum, niobium, vanadium, tungsten, etc.) Industrial minerals (fluorite, zircon, etc.) Silicon Metal Non-ferrous metals (bauxite, alumina, copper concentrates, copper, etc.) OtherFerrous Materials & Non-Ferrous Metals BusinessPromoting trading and investment of upstream concessions for a variety offerrous materials and non-ferrous metals. Araxá plant of Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração (CBMM) in Brazil Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 14
  14. 14. Chemicals Division Chemicals UnitBusinesses Basic chemicals: Ketone, ethanol, methanol, tank operation Speciality chemicals: metton, synthetic rubber, resin, synthetic raw materialMetton® Business Methanol BusinessA new environmentally friendly molding material Rising demand as a chemical raw material as well as for fuel applications Methanol manufacturing facilities in Indonesia Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 15
  15. 15. Chemicals Division Ecological Materials & Resources UnitBusinesses Chemical resources: Import and overseas sales of industrial salt; import and sales of rare earths and lithium Functional materials: Export and import of carbon fiber and cellulose; sales of high-performance nonwoven cloth Advanced electronic materials: Sales of flat-panel displays (FPD); sales of printed circuit boardsIndustrial Salt Business Rare Earth BusinessA key raw material for basic chemicals, with broad Stable supply and production of importantapplications resources which is now an essential part of the infrastructure of modern societies Salt stocks before shipment in India Neodymium iron boron alloy Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 16
  16. 16. Consumer Lifestyle Business Division Foods Resources Unit Agriculture & Forest Resources UnitBusinesses Businesses Grains and feed materials: Wheat, soybeans,  Agribusiness: Chemical fertilizer and agriculture corn, rice, pasture, compound feed, etc.  Forest products: Import, offshore trading and Food raw materials: Sugar, coffee, oil and fat, sales in Japan of timber, lumber, plywood, flour, flour milling, etc. building materials, woodchips, pulp, etc.; Marine products: Tuna, shrimp, processed overseas afforestation and woodchip production seafood and fish farming businesses Agribusiness: Chemical fertilizer and agricultureOverseas Wheat and Flour Milling Business Woodchip and Afforestation BusinessesInterflour Vietnam Ltd. aim to become Vietnam’s Developing woodchip businesses in Africa, inleading flour milling company addition to Asia and Australia A plantation site in South Africa forIFV’s flour mill, silos and port facilities supplying woodchip materials Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 17
  17. 17. Consumer Lifestyle Business Division Consumer Service & Development Unit. Businesses  Retail: Imported brand sundries business including cigarettes and shoes; retail business at airports with JALUX; overseas consumer products, wholesale, and distribution  Textiles: OEM and apparel brand business  Real estate: Condominium development, overseas industrial park development, etc.Brand and Retail BusinessesA brand business at the leading edge of Overseas Industrial Park Businessdiversifying lifestyles and changing consumer Developing, selling lots in and managing industrialpsychology and awareness parks in rapidly growing Asia Casual shoe brand Long Binh Techno Park in Vietnam “Admiral” Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 18
  18. 18. The Sojitz Group’s CSRAs a member of society, the Sojitz Group aims to build a harmonious relationship with society and theenvironment while respecting diverse cultures and values. We proactively conduct CSR initiatives as amanagement priority. Sojitz Group CSR Policy and CSR Priority ThemesSojitz Group CSR Policy CSR Priority ThemesWe will strive to do business in  Promotion of CSR Supply Chain Managementharmony with society and the  Promotion of Businesses That Contribute to Preventing Climate Changeenvironment, consistently honoring  Promotion of Businesses That Contribute to the Advance of Developingthe Sojitz Group Statement. and Emerging Countries  Establishment of Personnel Systems and Workplace Environments That Enable All Employees to Flourish Promotion of CSR Supply Chain Management Main Social Contribution Initiatives ・Establishment of the Sojitz Reconstruction and Education Fund (A scholarship program for college students affected by the For the Sojitz Group, which conducts business on a Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami) global scale, promoting CSR in supply chains is ・Pre-School Education Support Project in Tanzania important. We have formulated CSR Action (Improvement of the educational environment for pre-school Guidelines for Supply Chains, conduct surveys of children) suppliers, and are working in other ways to build ・Support for the Sojitz Foundation sustainable supply chains with our business partners. (Assistance for foreign students studying in Japan, grants for international exchanges, etc.) Children in Tanzania studying in a Sojitz Group better environment as a result of a Supply Chain CSR website pre-school education support project Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 19
  19. 19. Contributing to Addressing Social Issues through BusinessHere are some examples of how we contribute to addressing social issues through our business activities. Businesses That Contribute to Preventing Businesses That Contribute to the Advance of Climate Change Developing and Emerging Countries Sojitz has designated the new energy and  A variety of issues, including the establishment of environment business as a new growth field and infrastructure, as well as food and energy, must be develops environment and renewable energy resolved in order for developing and emerging businesses that help prevent climate change. countries to prosper.  Sojitz conducts businesses that take advantage of its functions as a general trading company to help resolve these issues.Contributing to Reducing Reliance on Contributing to Industrial DevelopmentFossil Fuels Sojitz won an order for a project in the RepublicIn Brazil, Sojitz has been working since 2007 to of Tatarstan, Russia to construct a urea fertilizer plant.establish an integrated business from sugar cane Production is scheduled to begin in 2015. The plant iscultivation to bioethanol and sugar production. expected to contribute to the development of industry and agriculture in Russia. Plant of ETH Bioenergia S.A. Signing ceremony for the fertilizer plant construction project Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 20
  20. 20. The Sojitz Group produces new sources of wealth by connecting the world’s economies, cultures and people in a spirit of integrity. Copyright © Sojitz Corporation 2011 21