The certification covers Yokohama’s nine locations, including its headquarters and eight production facilities in Japan.
Yokohama at each site worked at each site to obtain ISO 14001 certification, a process that started in 1998 and concluded with the head office in March 2007. The company undertook obtaining integrated certification in August 2011.
Yokohama said it obtained company-wide integrated ISO 14001 certification in order to realize uniform-quality, high-level EMS under the company-wide environmental policy for the further improvement of environmental management.
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