ESG related data

Ethics & Compliance

The environmental, social and governance data covers Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Holdings Group as of December 31, 2021.

* CCBJI refers to Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Inc.

Environment

2020 2021
Procurement
Raw materials such as sweeteners, coffee beans, tea leaves, milk, etc. 359 thousand t 342 thousand t
Packaging of PET bottles, cans, cardboard, etc. 294 thousand t 295 thousand t
Manufacturing
Electricity 308,052 thousand kWh 314,017 thousand kWh
City gas 44,672 thousand m³ 45,766 thousand m³
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) 9,309t 9,642t
Fuel oil 1,036KL 1,126KL
Total energy use 5,621,333GJ 5,751,545GJ
Greenhouse gas emissions 272 thousand t-CO₂e 269 thousand t-CO₂e
Water use volume
Ground water 7,501 thousand m³ 7,676 thousand m³
Tap water 5,059 thousand m³ 5,317 thousand m³
Total 12,560 thousand m³ 12,993 thousand m³
Wastewater volume
Rivers 5,402 thousand m³ 5,381 thousand m³
Sewers 3,300 thousand m³ 3,570 thousand m³
Total 8,702 thousand m³ 8,951 thousand m³
Water used per 1L of product 3.23L/L 3.24L/L
Energy used per 1L of product 0.88MJ/L 0.87MJ/L
Number of plants concluded water resource conservation agreements with partners 16 plants 16 plants
Number of plants engaged in water resource conservation activities with partners 16 plants 17 plants
Replenishment area 7,963ha 8,117ha
Replenishment rate 364% 353%
Partners in water resource conservation agreements
(As of April 2022)
Zao Town, Shiroishi Zao Forestry Association, Enda Industrial Forestry Association, Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd., Marunuma Kogen Resort, Ishioka City, Tsukubane Forestry Association, Kanagawa Prefecture, Atsugi City, Atsugi Forestry Association, Central Kanagawa Prefectural Government Center, Nanasawa Shared Consultation Committee, Sagami River Left Bank Land Improvement District (Kanagawa), Yamanashi Prefecture, Nakanohocho Area Council, Sakaori Tanada Preservation Association, Gifu Prefecture, Ena City, Kyoto Model Forest Association (NGO), Ujitahara Town, Kyoto Prefecture, Tachikawa Industrial Forestry Association, Ujitahara Forestry Association, Hyogo Prefecture, Hyogo Prefectural Greening Promotion Association (NGO), Tamba-Sasayama City, Tamba-Sasayama City Property Ward, NPO Hyogo Tamba Forestry Association, Hyogo Forestry Federation, Tottori Prefecture, Hōki Town, Tottori Hino Forestry Association, the district of Kanayadani, Hiroshima Prefecture, Mihara City, Bisan District Forestry Association, Kyushu Forest Management Bureau, Saga Eastern Forestry Association, Saga Prefecture, Tosu City, Kiyama Town, Aso City, NPO Aso Green Stock, Water Cycle Farming Promotion Council, Nishimoro District Forestry Association, Fumoto Public Forest, Miyazaki Prefecture, Ishizuchi Forestry Association Zao Town, Shiroishi Zao Forestry Association, Enda Industrial Forestry Association, Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd., Marunuma Kogen Resort, Ishioka City, Tsukubane Forestry Association, Tokyo Metropolitan government, Community Partnership Support Center (NPO), Kanagawa Prefecture, Atsugi City, Atsugi Forestry Association, Central Kanagawa Prefectural Government Center, Nanasawa Shared Consultation Committee, Sagami River Left Bank Land Improvement District (Kanagawa), Yamanashi Prefecture, Nakanohocho Area Council, Sakaori Tanada Preservation Association, Gifu Prefecture, Ena City, Kyoto Model Forest Association (NGO), Ujitahara Town, Kyoto Prefecture, Tachikawa Industrial Forestry Association, Ujitahara Forestry Association, Hyogo Prefecture, Hyogo Prefectural Greening Promotion Association (NGO), Tamba-Sasayama City, Tamba-Sasayama City Property Ward, NPO Hyogo Tamba Forestry Association, Hyogo Forestry Federation, Tottori Prefecture, Hōki Town, Tottori Hino Forestry Association, the district of Kanayadani, Hiroshima Prefecture, Mihara City, Bisan District Forestry Association, Kyushu Forest Management Bureau, Saga Eastern Forestry Association, Saga Prefecture, Tosu City, Kiyama Town, Aso City, NPO Aso Green Stock, Water Cycle Farming Promotion Council, Nishimoro District Forestry Association, Fumoto Public Forest, Miyazaki Prefecture, Ishizuchi Forestry Association
Production sites in areas with high water stress assessed by WRI AQUEDUCT※1※2 None None
Total amount of manufacturing waste 105,508t 103,590t
Recycled amount of manufacturing waste 105,364t 103,499t
Recycling rate of waste from plants 99.9% 99.9%
Recycling rate of coffee grounds constitute the bulk of our generated waste materials 100% 100%
Recycling rate of tea leaves constitute the bulk of our generated waste materials 100% 100%
Logistics and transportation
Gasoline 6,044KL 5,315KL
Diesel 53,646KL 59,376KL
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) 848t 745t
Total energy use

2,278,737GJ

2,461,798GJ

Greenhouse gas emissions 155 thousand t-CO₂e 168 thousand t-CO₂e
Sales
Electricity (Cold drink equiptments)※3 749,257 thousand kWh 927,984 thousand kWh
Total energy use※3 7,470,091GJ 9,252,004GJ
Greenhouse gas emissions※3 352 thousand t-CO₂e 402 thousand t-CO₂e
Energy-efficient type vending machines※4 489,048 machines 529,535 machines
CFC-free vending machine ratio 79.6% 81.4%
Vending machines recycled 25,449 machines 40,310 machines
Offices
Electricity 64,903 thousand kWh 68,474 thousand kWh
City gas 184 thousand m³ 116 thousand m³
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) 93t 90t
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) 574t 187t
Kerosene 15KL 13KL
Total energy use

691,945GJ

703,146GJ

Greenhouse gas emissions 33 thousand t-CO₂e 32 thousand t-CO₂e
Renewable energy
Renewable energy use - 2,100 thousand kWh
Resource recycling
Containers collected by our company Steel cans 11,131t 12,733t
Aluminum cans 10,919t 11,879t
Glass bottles 5,238t 2,394t
PET bottles 40,064t 36,926t
Paper, cardboard, etc. 24,728t 24,353t
Industrial plastic waste CCBJI - 39,277t
FV Japan - 1,739t
Quality assurance
Disclosure GMO policy/Labeling of products with GMO ingredients※5 We do not produce GMOs, do not use GMOs in raw materials or in the production process. We do not produce GMOs, do not use GMOs in raw materials or in the production process.
GMO Revenues ditto ditto

※1 WRI : World Resources Institute

※2 AQUEDUCT : A global tool for water risk assessment developed by WRI. It is used to assess water risks of the area in which the plant is located from the perspectives of the amount of water, its quality, regulations, and reputation. The water stress area is assessed on a scale of 1 to 5, from low to extremely high, based on location information.

※3 In addition to vending machines, coolers and dispensers are included in 2021

※4 In addiion to energy-efficient heat-pump type, peak shift vending machines are included in 2021

※5 The Coca-Cola Company's principle related to GMO(23)
https://www.coca-colacompany.com/policies-and-practices/principles-for-sustainable-agriculture

Social

2020 2021
Employee
Number of employees※1 15,772 15,083
Average length of service Male 17.4 18.3
Female 13.7 13.7
All 16.9 17.7
New entry-level hires (College graduates) Male 89 66
Female 83 108
Ratio of New graduates hired (College graduates) Male 51.7% 35.7%
Female 48.3% 64.3%
Female employees (as % of total workforce)※2 19.5% 19.4%
Females in all management positions, including junior, middle and senior management (as % of total management workforce)※3 5.8% 6.3%
Females in junior management positions, i.e. first level of management (as % of total junior management positions) 5.9% 6.4%
Females in top management positions, i.e. maximum two levels away from the CEO or comparable positions (as a % of total top management positions) 22.2% 22.2%
Females in management positions in revenue-generating functions (e.g. sales) as a % of all such managers (i.e. excluding support functions such as HR, IT, Legal, etc.) 4.0% 4.9%
Retention rate of all employees (permanent employees) 91.8% 93.6%
Total employee turnover rate (permanent employees) 9.1% 7.3%
Voluntary employee turnover rate (permanent employees) 3.2% 4.4%
Number of employee turnover (permanent employees) 1,503 1,154
Employees covered by an independent trade union or collective bargaining agreements (as % of total workforce) 100% 100%
Engagement rate based on employee survey Male 61.3% 68.7%
Female 63.4% 73.7%
All 61.4% 68.9%
Data coverage of employee engagement survey 81% 82%
Average overtime working hours per month (CCBJI) 10.2h 11.9h
Number of employees promoted from non-permanent to permanent 204 95
Number of employees transferred positions through internal job posting 24 7
Work Safety
Lost time injury frequency rate (LTIFR)※4 1.06 1.05
Lost time injury frequency rate of contractors (LTIFR)※5 0.71 0.71
Total incident rate (TIR)※6 0.41 0.55
Lost time incident rate (LTIR)※7 0.21 0.21
Number of employee fatal accidents caused by occupational accidents 0 0
Number of occupational accidents due to traffic accidents 30 27
Number of occupational accidents due to falls 23 22
Training/Program
Number of participants in personnel trainings and education programs sponsored by the company 20,755 41,736
Average hours per FTE of training and development 8.1h 11.9h
Average expense per FTE of training and development※8 58,932 JPY 67,760 JPY
Number of human rights awareness & promotion programs 9 8
Employee Diversity
Rate of Employment of persons with disabilities※9 2.45% 2.39%
Ratio of Employees (Age) <30 yrs old 16.9% 11.8%
30-49 yrs old 64.2% 69.3%
≧50 yrs old 18.9% 18.9%
Rate of Employment of persons with
non-Japanese nationality
(Rate of all managers with non-Japanese nationality)
China 0.07% (0.00%) 0.13% (0.23%)
Australia 0.03% (0.17%) 0.03% (0.17%)
U.S. 0.03% (0.11%) 0.03% (0.00%)
Philippines 0.04% (0.11%) 0.01% (0.12%)
Others 0.19% (0.62%) 0.26% (0.82%)
Community Program
Number of plants available for guided tour※10 6 6
Number of hydration seminars 2 5
Number of drink education seminars 1 16
Number of other seminars - 3
Number of community collaboration programs 3 4
Number of community program participants Number of plant tour visitors※11 14,222 2,688
Number of hydration seminar participants 232 1,332
Number of drink education seminar participants 80 2,370
Number of other seminar participants - 1,165
Number of community collaboration program participants 644 927
Number of program participants - rugby and hockey clinics/classes by corporate sports teams 2,170 1,190
Total 17,348 9,672
Corporate Citizenship/Philanthropic Program
Cash contributions※12 685,231,000 JPY 163,572,000 JPY
Time of employee volunteering during paid working hours (The amount equivalent in currency) 1,289,000 JPY 119,000 JPY
In-kind giving of product or services donations, projects/partnerships or similar (The amount equivalent in currency) 257,322,000 JPY 34,110,000 JPY
Management overheads 1,081,898,000 JPY 786,000,000 JPY
Number of employee volunteer participants 432 551
Occupational Health & Well-being
Employees making use of flexible working hours Number 9,726 11,131
Implementation rate 100% 100%
Employees making use of working from home arrangements Number 2,787 2,861
Implementation rate 90% 95%
Number of employees making use of childcare leave system Female 136 136
Male 17 28
Return rate of employees used childcare leave (permanent employees) 97% 94%
Number of employees used long service leave※13 770 370
Supplier Management
Number of plants audited in CCBJI plants
(CCBJI)
6 6
Number of plants audited in supplier's plants
(CCBJI)
45 62
Number of suppliers with high sustainability risk
(CCBJI)
0 0
Compliance with Basic Policy for Suppliers
(policy explanation, audit situation, response to noncompliance)
100% confirmed compliance over the past three years. 100% confirmed compliance over the past three years.

※1 The number includes employees at all levels, except partner employees, part-time employees, executives, and temporary employees

※2 The number includes partner employees part-time employees(Female rate in all permanent employees 12.7%)

※3 Female rate in all managers is 6.4% (as of January, 2022)

※4 Number of lost-time incidents ÷ total no. of working hours x 1,000,000 targeting permanent/non-permanent employees of CCBJH group

※5 Number of lost-time incidents ÷ total no. of working hours x 1,000,000 targeting subcontractors of CCBJH group (vendors outside the system, contractors, visitors)

※6 Number of incidents ÷ total no. of working hours x 200,000 targeting permanent/non-permanent employees of CCBJH group

※7 Number of lost-time incidents ÷ total no. of working hours x 200,000 targeting permanent/non-permanent employees of CCBJH group

※8 Training and capability development cost includes consulting fees, etc. (2021)

※9 The figure is in the "Employment Report for Persons with Disabilities" (June 1st) submitted to the Director of Public Employment Security Office.

※10 Plant tours are suspended (from February, 2020)

※11 Online plant tour participants are included (from June, 2021)

※12 Contribution as Coca-Cola system partly included (2020)

※13 The timeframe for long service leave is extended (2020-2021)

Governance

2020 2021
Independence of Board of Directors
Number of Internal Directors Male 2 2
Female 0 0
Total 2 2
Number of Outside Directors(Of which, Independent Directors) Male 5 (3) 5 (3)
Female 2 (2) 2 (2)
Total 7 (5) 7 (5)
Ratio of Independent Directors 56% 56%
Number of Board of Directors meetings held 10 8
Term of Office (Year) 1 1
Audit & Supervisory Committee
Number of Internal Director serving as Audit
& Supervisory Committee members
Male 0 0
Female 0 0
Total 0 0
Number of Outside Directors serving as Audit
& Supervisory Committee members
(Of which, Independent Directors)
Male 3 (1) 3 (1)
Female 1 (1) 1 (1)
Total 4 (2) 4 (2)
Ratio of Outside Directors in Audit & Supervisory Committee 100% 100%
Number of Audit & Supervisory Committee meetings held 8 8
Term of Office (Year) 2 2
Directors' Compensation
Total amount of compensation, etc.
(Million yen)
Directors
(Of which, paid to outside directors)
618
(39)
866
(43)
Directors
(Audit & Supervisory Committee members)(Of which, paid to outside directors)
70
(70)
72
(72)
Total
(Of which, paid to outside directors)
688
(109)
937
(115)
Main Investor Relations activities
Earnings Presentation 4 times 4 times
IR meetings with analysts and institutional investors Appx. 150 times, appx. 270 people in total Appx. 230 times, appx. 340 people in total
Participation in conferences (Domestic/Overseas) 4 times 6 times
Other IR briefings 3 times 3 times
Corporate Governance
Specific shareholding requirement rules for CEO and other executive officers None None
Ethics and Compliance
Critical violations of the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics None None
Payment of critical environment or ecological fines or penalties over the past four years None None
Political contributions/Donations or spending for lobbyists/lobbyist organizations None None
Animal testing None in our core business None in our core business