We will use our unique strengths to further enhance our earning power in all of our fields of business.
The MGC Group Vision is to “create value to share with society.” We seek to create value for society and for our economic growth by applying our unique technologies and strengths in a wide range of fields.
Our advanced technologies have established MGC as a leading provider of high-value products in the following fields.
- Basic chemicals (methanol, etc.)
- Fine chemicals (metaxylenediamine)
- Resource & energy development (natural gas, geothermal energy)
- Specialty chemicals for electronics (ultra-pure hydrogen peroxide)
- Industrial plastics (polycarbonate, foamed plastics)
- Food packaging products (AGELESS® oxygen absorbers, MX nylon)
- Life science products (antibody pharmaceuticals, fermented foods)
We are developing and implementing strategies in each of these fields to further strengthen our earnings capabilities and drive our future business growth.
One of the core strategies of our new medium-term management plan is to actively create and cultivate new businesses. One way we do this is through conscientiously searching for M&A opportunities that will enable us to branch out into different directions and acquire new revenue sources. We also closely monitor our existing businesses, and any operations that are unprofitable or not generating adequate earnings are structurally reformed and repositioned in our business portfolio for better success.
At Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Group, our utmost management priority is to raise corporate value. We believe that focusing on raising our corporate value is the most effective way to enhance the vested interests of our shareholders and stakeholders. With this in mind, we seek to maintain the optimal balance of shareholder return with retained earnings to ensure ample available funds for investment for future business development, maintain a sound financial standing, and remain solidly positioned for all possible earnings contingencies. Investments using internal reserves are primarily aimed at developing and expanding business operations and fortifying our financial standing. Our dividend distribution policy is to maintain a consistent level of dividend payments while setting the distribution amount to reflect our earnings performance. We flexibly consider implementing share buyback programs in line with our basic policy of increasing asset efficiency and providing ample shareholder return and in consideration of the level of internal reserves and the status of shareholder return.
We look forward to and deeply appreciated the ongoing support of shareholders, investors, and all of our stakeholders.
President and Representative Director