VISION2030

Overview of our 3-3 Project

Since its establishment in 1958, the Daiseki Group has adopted the corporate philosophy of "Ideas, plans, structures and actions" and has made the recycling of factory effluent its core business in Japan, as well as gradually expanding into surrounding environment-related businesses, becoming one of the leading companies in Japan. We have grown into a resource recycling corporate group.However, the domestic market is expected to shrink in the future, and competition from major overseas companies in the Asian market is expected to intensify.Against this background, the Daiseki Group has launched the 3-3 Project toward 2030 in order to have the scale and content to compete with major overseas companies, aiming to become Asia's No. 1 recycling company.

3-3Project progress

  • Opening 3 New Operating Bases

    We plan to open a new facility in the Hiroshima area in March 2024. We are investigating sites for further two new bases around the regions of Southern Kanto and Tohoku.

  • Establishing 3 New Core Businesses

    Looking ahead to move toward a circular economy and a carbon neutral society, we will establish new businesses to be developed into our future core businesses. We aim to establish three new core businesses, whose concrete ideas are currently under consideration.

  • Capturing 30 % domestic market share in our core businesses

    Alongside our goal to increase our market share by opening new operating bases, we will also pursue sales activities that effectively showcase Daiseki’s intermediate treatments, which emit less greenhouse gases during the processes.

By achieving this,
we aim to triple our net sales and operating profit compared to our FY2018 figures to become a "sun" in the industry.

The vision that the Daiseki Group pursues

    Under our management philosophy of “Ideas,” “Plans,” “Structures,” and “Actions,” we endorse the spirit of specific action guidelines adopted by the United Nations as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and aim to become the No. 1 recycling company in Asia as "an environment-creating company contributing to society through the environment."

    The vision that the Daiseki Group pursues

The Group’s core strategies and target values

  • The Group’s core strategies
  • (millions of yen) FY2018 FY2023 FY2031
    Consolidated net sales 49,185 58,572 150,000
    Consolidated operating profit 8,777 12,711 25,000
    R O E 9.9% 11.3% 15.0%

Human resource development

  • Human resource training

    Expand education system
    Expand education system
    Implement internal system inviting new project applications
    Implement internal system inviting new project applications
    Stimulate exchange of human resources between Group companies
    Stimulate exchange of human resources between Group companies
  • Improvement of the workplace environment

    Gender-neutral work environment
    Gender-neutral work environment
    Rewarding work environment where employees can hope to grow
    Rewarding work environment where employees can hope to grow

Existing businesses

  • Domestic Strategies

    Increase activity in currently underserved areas through cooperation between existing facilities Expand into new areas through development of new operating bases
    Increase activity in currently underserved areas through cooperation between existing facilities
    Expand into new areas through development of new operating bases
  • Overseas Strategy

    Commence market research geared toward expansion into the Asian market
    Commence market research geared toward expansion into the Asian market
  • Development of Technologies and Equipment

    Improving recycling rate
    Improving recycling rate
    Expansion of product line by introducing new technology and equipment
    Expansion of product line by introducing new technology and equipment
  • Group Strategy

    Enhance synergy by strengthening cooperation, including exchange of human resources
    Enhance synergy by strengthening cooperation, including exchange of human resources

New lines of business

  • M&A Strategy

    M&A with an emphasis on environment and recycling
    M&A with an emphasis on environment and recycling
  • Partnership Strategy

    Promote partnerships, including with other industries
    Promote partnerships, including with other industries