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Hino Sustainability Report 2020 Released

Management

Dec 11, 2020

Hino Motors, Ltd. (Hereafter "Hino." HQ: Hino, Tokyo. President & CEO: Yoshio Shimo), released the Hino Sustainability Report 2020*1 on December 11, 2020, on the Hino official website.

The report, available at the Hino Motors website, describes Hino's ideas and approaches for helping to build a sustainable world. It details how Hino will contribute to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a set of globally embraced goals and targets, by working to solve customer and social issues, as mandated by Challenge 2025 -- the company's medium- to long-term management strategy announced in October 2018 -- even during the Covid-19 crisis.

Below is an outline of the key features of the report.
1.Top Message
Defines the role that Hino must play in the Covid-19 crisis to help build a sustainable world and provides senior managements' thoughts on achieving sustainable growth as a company.

2. Acceleration of the Challenge 2025 Medium- to Long-term Strategy, and the Structural Reforms Needed to Achieve It
Introduces Hino's determination to achieve Challenge 2025 by swiftly responding to the new business environment in which the entire world is moving to a "new normal" -- and accelerating the business structure reforms needed to better solve customer and social issues based on case studies of the company's initiatives.

3.Team Hino's Contributions during the Covid-19 Crisis
Presents Team Hino's worldwide efforts, with the movement of people and goods restricted due to the Covid-19 crisis, to support the transport of goods and people -- a key element of social infrastructure - and details its contributions to communities with specific examples.

4.ESG Initiatives
Introduces Hino's steady implementation of ESG initiatives to bolster the management infrastructure of Hino's truck and bus business, which is deeply connected to society, including specific examples and the direction of future initiatives.

The URL of the Hino official website is as follows:
Japanese :https://www.hino.co.jp/csr/index.html
English  :https://www.hino-global.com/corp/csr/index.html

The report is available only in electronic format on the Hino official website (in Japanese and English).
Hino welcome your candid comments and opinions for this report. Contact details are as follows.
hml.csr@hino.co.jp

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