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Quality

Quality Policy

We have established a quality policy to provide products and services that are trusted by our customers, and by working hard in the spirit of Creation, Challenge, and Cooperation under our slogan "From World First to World Leader Takeuchi."
Quality Policy

Our approach to quality assurance

  1. Customer satisfaction
    • We manufacture high-quality construction equipment that satisfies customers around the world.
    • We precisely grasp customer problems related to functions and quality in product use and solve them quickly.
    • In the manufacturing process, we always think and act from the customer's perspective.
  2. Environment and safety
    • In the manufacturing process, we aim to reduce our impact on the global environment by considering energy conservation.
    • Safety is our first consideration, not only for our customers but also for our employees during the manufacturing process.
  3. Quality control and quality assurance
    • In addition to maintaining ISO 9001 certification, we actively improve the quality of our corporate activities related to development, receiving orders, purchasing, manufacturing, and service.
    • We constantly improve our manufacturing processes and increase quality levels, while reducing costs and delivery schedules.
    • We collect and analyze information on quality when customers use our products, and then use that information to improve product development and the quality of services.

Obtained ISO 9001 certification

To continually improve our manufacturing processes while reducing cost and raising the level of quality and delivery, we have obtained ISO 9001 certification for the design, development, and manufacture of tracked and wheeled excavators and tracked loaders and dumpers.
* Within our product lineup, "excavators" refers to our compact and hydraulic excavators.

Prevention of PL accidents

Since we conduct the entire process from the development of construction machinery to design and manufacturing in-house, we are responsible for product liability (PL) at every stage. Working with the recognition that problems, such as malfunctions, can cost lives, we strive to create products that do not cause PL-related accidents.

Responsibility to our customers

With our customers: From product development to after-sales service

We gather feedback from our customers through all available means and work together as one, from product development to after-sales service support.

We form teams that visit business partners around the world to gather information directly from the field. Conversely, our business partners regularly visit us to hold meetings over several days. In this way, we work together to come up with improvements to our products and support system, and have honest discussions, leading to better product development and after-sales support.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are trying to communicate more closely by increasing the number of online discussions because we cannot have in-person meetings. In addition, we created a framework that enables faster responses to challenges by establishing a system for our business partners and our company to share issues beyond company boundaries.

In addition to the feedback coming directly from our business partners, data on use and condition is relayed by the Takeuchi Fleet Management telematics systems installed in our products, another important form of feedback that shows how our products are being used.

Distributor meetings

Distributor meetings

As part of our initiative to strengthen after-sales service, we established a European parts center in the Netherlands in March 2021. This center allows us to deliver maintenance parts to more end users in Europe, which is one of our main markets, in a shorter time, minimizing downtime due to breakdowns, etc.

We believe that it is our responsibility to our customers to take every request received through the various types of communication and address them sincerely, then improve on the request, solve it, and develop products together with our customers.

CSR Procurement Policy

We provide equipment that contributes to the creation of cities where everyone can live a rich, safe, and secure life. We believe that by providing our products we contribute not only to the development of social infrastructure, but also to environmental conservation and the resolution of social issues in the energy field.

We fulfill our mission as a manufacturer by developing and producing equipment then providing these to our customers, at the same time as we carry out initiatives related to our corporate social responsibility (CSR). When fulfilling our social responsibilities—such as respect for human rights, consideration for health and safety, and compliance with laws and regulations—we are determined to help resolve social issues. We do this not only within our own company but also throughout the supply chain by calling on our business partners (suppliers), who are important stakeholders in our production, to engage in CSR procurement.

We formulated the Takeuchi CSR Procurement Policy to provide a more specific understanding of our thinking on CSR and the issues that we would like our suppliers to be aware of. In addition, suppliers who appreciate and accept this policy are asked to sign and submit a declaration of consent.

Imagining the future and wishing for the happiness of the children who represent the next generation, we want to contribute to the development of society with passion and responsibility for manufacturing. We will disseminate this feeling widely to society and promote CSR procurement through partnerships.

Takeuchi CSR Procurement Policy
  1. At home and overseas, we open our doors wide, looking worldwide for partners who have distinctive technical strengths and creativity.
  2. We provide opportunities for free and fair competition so that partners will work together with us to improve the quality, safety, and cost of our products and services.
  3. We procure environmentally friendly materials.
    • In-depth management of hazardous chemical substances
    • Promote green procurement
  4. By obeying all domestic and international laws, social norms, and corporate ethics, we strive to build relationships of trust through fair and honest transactions in harmony with our basic agreement.
    • Full compliance with laws and regulations
    • Respect for human rights, and prohibition of all forms of discrimination, child labor, and forced labor
    • Maintaining an effective working environment with full consideration for health and safety
    • Systematic management and protection of information through effective information system security
    • Complete elimination of unfair conduct, bribery, and other corrupt practices that go against corporate ethics
Contact

Please use the Contact Us form. (Send Email To -Takeuchi Japan - Procurement)
Administrative Purchasing Department, Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd.

Materials Procurement

We select suppliers from the perspectives of the environment, their quality, delivery time, and price to build fair and equitable business relationships.

Technologies we require
Rubber products Casting, forging Surface treatment General commercial products
Metalworking Machining Thin-sheet metalworking Pipe processing
Hydraulic equipment Heat treatment Engines
Transaction procedures
1.Examination of quotations and specifications We will examine your specifications against ours and consider factors such as the purchase amount and target price.
2.Request and evaluation of prototypes We will evaluate prototypes.
3.Negotiation of terms We will negotiate the details of the terms and conditions of a contract.
4.Conclusion of contract We will conclude the contract.
5.Order We will place an order based on the agreed delivery conditions.
6.Transactions We will request goods to be delivered based on an order form.

* We will comply with all laws and regulations, such as the Product Liability (PL) Act and the Subcontract Act.

Contact

Please use the Contact Us form. (Send Email To -Takeuchi Japan - Procurement)
Administrative Purchasing Department, Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd.

Contribution to local communities

Local Nagano Prefecture elementary school students who participated in a factory tour

We believe that contributing to local communities is one of the roles that companies should play. We are active in a range of activities that help develop the next generation.
Takeuchi has been accepting factory tours for many years in response to requests from local elementary schools in Nagano Prefecture. In 2019, 376 children took seven tours. Another 181 people took seven factory tours for high school and university students in the same year. Since 2017, we have been sending teachers to after-school programs in junior high schools and providing educational materials to special needs schools for free every year since 2015.

Local Nagano Prefecture elementary school students who participated in a factory tour

Local Nagano Prefecture elementary school students who participated in a factory tour

After-school class at Sakaki Junior High School (located in Sakaki-machi, Hanishina-gun, Nagano Prefecture)

After-school class at Sakaki Junior High School (located in Sakaki-machi, Hanishina-gun, Nagano Prefecture)

Employee Human Rights and Labor Relations

Our basic principles for human rights and labor include respect for people, creating a safe workplace, and harmonious coexistence with the international community. These are stipulated in our Code of Conduct and are reflected in the corporate activities of every employee. Moreover, we recognize the potential impact of all corporate initiatives on human rights, and consider activities that respect the human rights of all people involved in the company as one of our social responsibilities. Accordingly, we have established the following policy.

Human Rights and Labor Policy

  1. Respect for human rights
    • We respect diverse personalities and individuality, and will strive to actively develop and use talent.
    • We respect basic human rights and do not allow forced or child labor.
  2. Eliminating discrimination
    • We will not discriminate in any way based on race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, age, etc.
    • We will not tolerate any type of harassment in the workplace.
  3. Compliance
    • We comply with the letter and spirit of the law, and conduct corporate operations mindful of social ethics and good conscience.
  4. Maintaining an environment where employees can work with peace of mind
    • Based on the principle that "safety takes precedence over everything," we will strive to maintain and improve a safe and healthy work environment.
  5. Harmonious coexistence with the international community
    • In addition to complying with international rules and local laws, we will respect local cultures and customs, not engage in forced labor or discrimination, and strive to promote safe and healthy work environments.

Promoting greater participation of women

The "respect for people" section in our Code of Conduct states, "Recognizing human resources as our greatest management resource, we will respect diverse individuality and personalities, actively develop and use talent, and strive to create vibrant and enjoyable workplaces filled with the willingness to take on new challenges."

To create an environment where diverse human resources can work easily and comfortably, we will consider a range of measures as well as improve the work environment with a view to promoting greater participation of women in accordance with the Act on Promotion of Women's Participation and Advancement in the Workplace. We will work on the appointment of female directors and the development of female managerial candidates within the Takeuchi Group.

Appointment to positions (Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd., consolidated)

(Unit: person)

2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (consolidated) 94 95 98 95
Male 84 84 86 83
Directors 11 10 11 12
Managers 73 74 75 71
Female 10 11 12 12
Directors 0 0 0 0
Managers 10 11 12 12

*1: For Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd., the number of employees as of the end of February of each year, and for subsidiaries, the number of employees as of December 31 of each year.
*2: Managers are defined as section managers and above.

Promotion of local recruitment

In line with the basic concept of respecting the ideas and perspectives of diverse employees, we actively recruit employees in the local countries where we conduct business and promote local employees to management positions according to their abilities and track record.

Internal and external whistleblower systems

To detect and deal with compliance violations at an early stage, we established internal and external whistleblower systems (hotlines). The internal hotline was set up in the General Affairs Department, and the external hotline was set up at a lawyer's office. The hotlines are available to our officers and all employees, and reports are accepted by phone, letter, email, etc. We investigate all reports and check all the facts. If compliance violations are found, we correct the violations to prevent a reoccurrence. In addition, we discipline violators based on our employment regulations and rules for rewards and punishments.

We make the whistleblower systems (hotlines) known to all employees by setting up internal whistleblowing regulations, issuing an employee handbook, a compliance manual and internal notices, and in other ways. At subsidiaries, we have set up internal whistleblower systems and put in place a system where directors report to the Board of Directors and the Audit and Supervisory Committee (or its members) through the compliance officer in the event of a serious compliance problem.

To encourage people to seek consultations and make reports, we clearly state in our internal whistleblowing regulations and compliance manual that employees who make legitimate whistleblowing reports under this system will not suffer any consequences.

Employee interviews

During internal audits by the Audit Office, in addition to ordinary business audits, employees at every workplace are interviewed about the workplace, including whether there is any misconduct or harassment, and about the employees themselves, such as overwork and overtime. This is done for the company to obtain information instead of just waiting for employees to make whistleblower reports. The interviews take place at Takeuchi Mfg. (nonconsolidated) and subsidiaries, and the audit reports that include the results of the interviews are sent to the Board of Directors by the manager of the Audit Office.

Work-life balance

We hold annual dialogues with employee representatives regarding labor practices, including reaching agreements on overtime and work on holidays. We also strive to understand and manage the working hours of all employees, including by managing timecards and PC logs to check whether there is a discrepancy between time records and actual attendance. We also encourage people to take planned paid leave.

In addition, to balance work with life events, such as childbirth, childcare, and nursing care, we offer systems that allow employees to choose from a variety of workstyles, including childcare and nursing care leave and planned annual leave. At Takeuchi Mfg. (nonconsolidated), the return rate of employees who take childcare leave is 100%.

Prevention of harassment

We do not tolerate harassment in any form, including sexual or psychological harassment and abuse of authority. We do not tolerate any harassment or any acts that harm the dignity of individuals, and we strive to create a vibrant and enjoyable workplace.

Employee Health and Safety

Health and Safety Policy

We aim to be a company trusted by society by preventing occupational accidents for all employees and other people involved in our workplaces through creating a safe and comfortable work environment and promoting employee health.

Principles of Conduct

  1. We will actively promote health and safety with the goal of eliminating injuries and accidents by maintaining clear awareness that "health and safety take precedence over everything."
  2. We will comply with all legislation and company rules related to health and safety, and strive for better health and safety management.
  3. We will conduct risk assessments that clarify hazards in the workplace and prioritize countermeasures, and advance the creation of safe and comfortable workplaces, moving from "zero injuries" to "zero hazards."
  4. In addition to preventing health problems caused by overwork and mental health issues, we will strengthen our health management system and work to improve the health of employees.
  5. We will strive to raise awareness of health and safety through employee education and internal communication.
  6. When carrying out health and safety programs, we will fully invest our management resources and continually make improvements.

Health and safety system

Our health and safety management system includes a general safety and health manager, safety officers, health officers, health and safety committee members, health and safety promoters, and an industrial physician. As well, we conduct safety patrols and hold health and safety committee meetings at least once a month.

Organization chart of Health and Safety Committee
Home Office Factories Togura Factory Bingushi Test Site

Risk assessment

We conduct risk assessments of chemical substances and safe work in accordance with our health and safety policy. We strive to reduce risk by identifying dangerous or hazardous work based on the degree of the risk (priority), as well as everyday potentially dangerous minor incidents and the results of risk estimates, and we then take appropriate action.

Takeuchi Health and Productivity Management Declaration

We recognize "respect for people" and "creating a safe workplace," specified in our Code of Conduct, as the basic principles of health and productivity management. This recognition is in keeping with our goal of establishing a workplace environment where every employee can enthusiastically play an active role. To carry out initiatives to achieve this goal, we have formulated the Takeuchi Health and Productivity Management Declaration.

  1. We will work to maintain and improve the health of our employees and their families, believing that the physical and mental health of our employees comes first in order to survive as a company, and in recognition that human resources are our greatest management resource.
  2. We will achieve a better work-life balance by raising health awareness and improving labor productivity through cooperation inside the company, and with industrial physicians, the health insurance association, employees, and their families.
  3. Aiming to eliminate occupational accidents, we will create a safe and comfortable workplace through safety and health initiatives based on effective environmental, work, and health management.
  • Toshiya Takeuchi
  • President and Representative Director
  • TAKEUCHI MFG. CO., LTD.
Recognized as a 2021 Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organization (large enterprise category)

On March 4, 2021, our company was recognized as a "2021 Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations (large enterprise category)" in recognition of our excellent efforts in "health and productivity management," which considers employee health care from a management perspective.

The "Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations" is an award system designed by the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry and certified by the Japan Health Council.

Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations
Certificate (In Japanese)

Certificate (In Japanese)

Specific targets for fiscal 2021 (March 2021 to February 2022)
  1. Nonsmoking campaign and preventive measures against passive smoke
    • ・Smoking is prohibited during work hours (Continued)
    • ・No smoking on the premises during morning and afternoon breaks on the 10th, 20th, and 30th of each month (start in April).
  2. Promotion of Company health checkups and complete medical examinations
    • ・Company Health checkup rate target: 100%, of these, complete medical examination rate target :27.7%
    • ・Set a target of 100% for implementation of specific health guidance.
    • ・Distribution of Health Challenge Cards (Continued)
  3. Prevention of lifestyle-related diseases
    • ・The number of people with a BMI of 25 or higher: 5% reduction from the previous year (Continued)
    • ・Participation in Health Promotion Campaign (quit smoking, weight loss, exercise) (Continued)
  4. Mental health initiatives
    • ・Set a target of 100% for the rate of online stress-tests conducted.
    • ・Holding mental health seminars: twice a year (Continued)
  5. Reducing overtime
    • ・The number of paid leave days taken: Yearly average target 12 days per person
    • ・Reducing long working hours: Set a target of monthly average of 25 hours per person (same as the last year)
  6. Infectious disease prevention
    • ・Subsidies for influenza vaccinations (Continued)
    • ・Vaccinations for overseas business trips (Continued)
    • ・Implementation of countermeasures against COVID-19
  7. Events
    • ・Hold seminars by health and exercise instructors
  8. Disclosure of the Company’s initiatives to the public
    • ・Posting of health management strategy map on the company website
Specific Targets and Achievement of Fiscal 2020 Initiatives (March 2020 to February 2021)
Subject Specific Targets Achievements
(1) Nonsmoking campaign and preventive measures against passive smoke 1. Encouragement to stop smoking. Conduct quit-smoking questionnaires and use them as a tool for an antismoking campaign. 2. Smoking is prohibited during work hours. 3. Implementation of No Smoking Day (no smoking on premises, 22nd of every month).* In case of a holiday, it will be conducted on the next working day.  1. Questionnaire on anti-smoking measures (April) 2. Prohibition of smoking during working hours 3. No smoking in the premises on the 22nd of every month (started in May)
(2) Increasing opportunities to review lifestyles by promoting periodic Company health checkups and complete physicals 1. Company Health checkup rate target: 100%, of these, complete medical examination rate target :27.7% (compared with 25.2% in the previous year) 2. Implementation rate for specific health guidance: 100% (for those eligible, as of the end of December) 3. Distribution of Health Challenge Cards (Continued) 1. Periodic health checkup rate: 100%, of these, the rate for complete medical examinations was 23.4% 2. Implementation rate for specific health guidance: 97.9% 3. Distributed Health Challenge Cards
(3) Prevention of lifestyle-related diseases 1. Reducing the number of people with a BMI of 25 or higher (35 years and older) by 5% compared with the previous year 2. Participation in Health Promotion Campaign (quit smoking, weight loss, exercise) 1. Increasing the number of people with a BMI of 25 or higher (35 years and older) by 2% compared with the previous year 2. Conducted Health Promotion Campaign (quit smoking, weight loss, exercise)
(4) Promoting mental health through mental health initiatives 1. Implementation of stress checks: 100% 2. Holding mental health seminars: twice a year 1. Implementation of stress checks: 100% 2. Held mental health seminars: twice a year
(5) Reducing overtime 1. The number of paid leave days taken: Yearly average target is 12 days per person (increased 1.3 days compared with the previous year) 2. Reduced overtime hours: Monthly average 25 hours per person (reduced by 50 minutes compared with the previous year) 1. The number of paid leave days taken: Yearly average result was 11.7 days per person (increased 1.0 day compared with the previous year) 2. Overtime hours: Monthly average 22 hours 4 minutes per person (reduced by 3 hours 46 minutes compared with the previous year)
(6) Infectious disease prevention 1. Subsidies for influenza vaccinations, mass vaccinations at workplaces 2. Vaccinations for overseas business trips 1. Provided subsidies for influenza vaccinations, mass vaccinations at worksites 2. Vaccinations for overseas business trips (no subjects)
(7) Holding events in cooperation with health insurance associations (to motivate good exercise habits) 1. Holding a seminar (in June) and education from an exercise coach to increase general fitness and well-being 1. No event due to steps to reduce risk of spreading COVID-19

Specific Targets and Achievement of Fiscal 2019 Initiatives (March 2019 to February 2020)
Subject Specific Targets Achievements
(1) Promotion of periodic health checkups and complete medical checkups 1. Periodic health checkup rate: 100% 2. Implementation rate of specific health guidance: 100% 3. Complete physical rate: 25% 1. 100% 2. 94.1% (Three people were not examined due to overseas business trips.) 3. 25.2%
(2) Infection controls 1. Subsidies for influenza vaccinations, mass vaccinations at workplaces 2. Vaccinations for overseas business trips 1. Subsidies for vaccination: 1,500 yen x 417 people 2. (Hepatitis A, tetanus, etc.) 5 people
(3) Nonsmoking campaign and preventive measures against passive smoke 1. Encouragement to quit smoking 2. Complete separation of smoking and nonsmoking areas in the building 1. Promoting awareness by displaying posters, etc. 2. Installation of indoor smoking areas, and completely separating indoor smoking areas from nonsmoking areas in September 2019
(4) Mental health initiatives 1. Implementation of stress checks: 100% 2. Holding mental health seminars 1. 100% 2. Held three times (during meetings of department general managers and training for evaluators)
(5) Reducing overtime 1. The number of paid leave days taken: Yearly average target 12 days per person 2. Reduced long working hours: Monthly average 25 hours per person 1. 10.7 days per person (increased 1.9 days compare with the previous year) 2. 25 hours 50 minutes per person (reduced 3 hours compared with the previous year)
(6) Prevention of lifestyle-related diseases 1. Holding events in cooperation with health insurance associations 2. The number of people with a BMI of 25 or higher: 10% reduction from the previous year 1. Conducting health promotion campaign, and introducing grand prix for the health promotion challenge for working-age generation, etc. 2. Reduced by 2% compared with previous year
(7) Ensuring a safe and comfortable work environment 1. Installed improved air conditioning and heating systems 2. Renovated machinery and equipment 1. Ordered air conditioning equipment (construction started in March 2020) 2. Responding when necessary
Organization chart for Management of promotion of health and productivity
Organization chart for Management of promotion of health and productivity
President and Representative Director Responsible person, report semi-annually to the Board of Directors Meetings
Director of General Affairs Staff responsible for actual work
General Affairs Dept. (Health counseling room) Planning and development of health and productivity management, and dissemination of information to employees
General Manager of each dept. Development of health and productivity management measures, encouragement of medical checkups, etc., and consideration for medical checkups
Health and Safety Committee Receiving opinions and suggestions from employees and exchange of ideas
Industrial Physician Advice on general health and productivity management
Health Insurance Association Provide data, exchange information, discuss and advise on issues
Employee Association Receiving opinions from employees and make suggestions and requests to the company

Human resource development and education

Our Code of Conduct states, "Recognizing human resources as our greatest management resource, we will respect diverse individuality and personalities, actively develop and use talent, and strive to create vibrant and enjoyable workplaces filled with the willingness to take on new challenges." In line with this code, we conduct training based on employee level, as well as specialized training and departmental training for all employees, from young workers to executives. We believe that when people acquire the knowledge and skills needed for their roles, and when every employee makes the most of their abilities and continues to grow, this connects directly to the sustainable growth of the company.

In addition, as part of creating a bright workplace that respects human rights and is free from discrimination, we have joined the Sakaki-machi Council for the Promotion of Human Rights and Antidiscrimination, and employees are invited to the in-house human rights education promotion training course hosted by the council.

System chart of training by class
System chart of training by class
Specialist and departmental training
Specialist and departmental training

Employee data

A full-time employee is an employee who meets the following conditions:

  1. no fixed period in his or her labor contract
  2. full-time prescribed working hours
  3. direct hire
1. Number of full-time employees

(Unit: persons)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 451 447 487 519
Male 419 418 455 487
Female 32 29 32 32
2. Average age (full-time employees)

(Unit: age)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 40.11 39.38 38.69 38.18
Male 40.08 39.32 38.58 37.98
Female 40.47 40.21 40.28 41.16
3. Employees by age (full-time employees)

(Unit: person)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 451 447 487 519
Male 419 418 455 487
Under 30 years old 77 89 111 136
30–39 years old 120 119 125 116
40–49 years old 133 132 135 148
50–59 years old 86 76 82 84
60 years old and older 3 2 2 3
Female 32 29 32 32
Under 30 years old 8 8 8 8
30–39 years old 6 5 6 6
40–49 years old 9 8 10 9
50–59 years old 9 8 8 9
60 years old and older 0 0 0 0
4. Average length of service (full-time employees)

(Unit: years)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 12.53 12.06 11.68 11.42
Male 12.54 12.01 11.62 11.28
Female 12.41 12.83 12.53 13.50
5. New graduate hires (full-time employees)

(Unit: persons)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 12 15 34 29
Male 11 15 32 28
Female 1 0 2 1
6. Retention rate for new graduate hires after three years (full-time employees)

(Unit: %)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 100.0 94.4 100.0 100.0
Male 100.0 85.7 100.0 100.0
Female 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

*The number shown for 2020 is the percentage of new graduates hired from March 1, 2017 to the end of February 2018 and still employed on December 31, 2020.

7. Mid-career hires (full-time employees)

(Unit: persons)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 14 8 8 9
Male 12 8 7 9
Female 2 0 1 0
8. Turnover rate (full-time employees)

(Unit: %)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 2.7 0.4 1.4 0.6
Male 2.9 0.5 1.5 0.4
Female 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.1

*The turnover rate is calculated by dividing the number of employees leaving the company in each fiscal year (excluding those leaving after reaching the mandatory retirement age) by the number of full-time employees at the end of each fiscal year.

9. Average annual salary (full-time employees)

(Unit: 1,000 yen)

  2017 2018 2019 2020
Takeuchi Mfg. Co., Ltd. (non-consolidated) 5,504 5,515 5,469 4,888