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Konica Minolta's CSR Policy

Awards for CSR Efforts

1st Responsible Care Award

Konica Minolta Holdings, Inc. received the 1st Responsible Care Award sponsored by the Japan Chemical Industry Association and the Japan Responsible Care Council. (May 2007)

Kurumin certification for efforts to foster the next-generation

Konica Minolta Business Technologies, Inc. and the Konica Minolta Technology Center, Inc. obtained Kurumin certification from the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare for efforts in helping to foster the next generation. (May 2007)

Magnolia Award

The CEO of Konica Minolta (China) Investment Ltd., a Chinese management company, received the Magnolia Award from the Shanghai government. (September 2007)

Good Design Award

Konica Minolta's color MFPs bizhub C650/C550/C451 and bizhub C353/C253/C203 as well as the next-generation multi-unit REGIUS Unitea clinical system received Japan's Good Design Award in fiscal 2007. (October 2007)

Recognition for CSR activities at Konica Minolta group companies in China

Konica Minolta Business Technologies (Wuxi) Co., Ltd., a production company in China, has received recognition for its efforts to develop good labor-management relations and for respecting employees. The company has been recognized as a Jiangsu Model Company with Harmonious Labor Relations by the Jiangsu Harmonized Labor Relations Tripartite Committee. It has also been named a Wuxi Leading Company with Harmonious Labor Relations by the Wuxi Leading Group for Building Companies with Harmonious Labor Relations, and has been called a Company with Reliable Labor Guarantees by the Wuxi Municipal Bureau of Labor and Social Security. (December 2007)

Konica Minolta Opto (Dalian) Co., Ltd., a production company in China, has been recognized for its contributions to the Hope Process, a program to help Chinese children attend school. It received the Dalian Hope Process Contribution Award from the Dalian Committee of Communist Youth League, Dalian Youth Development Foundation, and the Dalian Hope Process Office. (March 2008)

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