The "idome" (Challenge) Project
A project to support people who work hard to fulfill their potential: We foster courage and vitality across Japan for people to live today to the fullest.
Support for Athlete-Employees
Wheelchair basketball player Reo Fujimoto
Wheelchair track athlete Ryota Yoshida
SUS supports as one firm the athlete-employees who work diligently daily.
Your IDOME contest
Grand Prize, awards ceremony
Employee category, awards ceremony
We asked for submissions of inspiring words that left a mark with employees while they were pursuing their dreams.
Out of 593 entries, we selected the best one and held an awards ceremony.
Relationship with the local community
We strive to have active exchanges with the local community near each plant, and work to preserve local culture and local infrastructure.
SUS and the Higashiyama harvest festival
In Sukagawa-shi, Fukushima Prefecture, we invite the residents to the company training center in September of each year for a local exchange. We host a reception, providing food stalls and entertainment.
Effective utilization of the closed school
We rent the closed school buildings of the former Higashiyama Municipal Elementary School from Sukagawa-shi and utilize it as the company's training facility.
Donation of police box
We collaborated with the Department of Architecture at Chiang Mai University, and, based on the designs made by the students, we designed and manufactured two police boxes made of aluminum, which we then donated to the Chiang Mai traffic police in Thailand to support their engagement with the local community.
We support disaster area reconstruction during natural disasters in Japan and overseas.
Support activities for damages caused by Typhoon Haiyan
- November 2013, relief aid
- 2,000,000 yen
Support activities for damages caused by the 2011 Thailand floods
- December 2011, relief aid
- 2,039,776 yen
(Thai TV station, channel 3)
Support activities for the Great East Japan Earthquake
- March/April 2011, relief aid
- 8,990,000 yen (Fukushima Prefecture)
9,750,000 yen (Sukagawa-shi)