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ISO certification acquisition status

  • 認証書/ISO14001:2004

    ISO14001:2004

  • 認証書/ISO9001:2008

    ISO9001:2008

  • 認証書/ISO/TS16949:2009

    ISO/TS16949:2009



ISO14001 Certification Acquisition Status

Production Base Standard Examining Authority Date of Accreditation
HEAD QUARTERS /
KAWAGUCHIKO WORKS
ISO14001:2004
JIS Q14001:2004
Bureau Veritas Co.,Ltd. 1999.08.21
MIYOTA WORKS
KITAMIMAKI WORKS
ISO14001:2004
JIS Q14001:2004
Bureau Veritas Co.,Ltd. 1999.10.17
CITIZEN CHIBA PRECISION Co., Ltd. ISO14001:2004
JIS Q14001:2004
Bureau Veritas Co.,Ltd. 2006.01.26
Master Crown Electronics (Wuzhou) Ltd. ISO14001:2004
GB/T24001:2004
China Quality Certification Center 2012.10.08
Citizen Micro Devices (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. ISO14001:2004 Bureau Veritas Certification 2008.09.20


ISO9001 Certification Acquisition Status

Production Base Standard Examining Authority Date of Accreditation
HEAD QUARTERS /
KAWAGUCHIKO WORKS
ISO9001:2008
JIS Q9001:2008
Bureau Veritas Co.,Ltd. 1997.03.25
MIYOTA WORKS
KITAMIMAKI WORKS
ISO9001:2008
JIS Q9001:2008
Bureau Veritas Co.,Ltd. 2005.09.05
MORIOKA WORKS
KUNOHE SEIMITSU Co.,Ltd.
ISO9001:2008
JIS Q9001:2008
Bureau Veritas Co.,Ltd. 1996.10.15
CITIZEN CHIBA PRECISION Co., Ltd. ISO9001:2008
GB/T19001:2000
Bureau Veritas Co.,Ltd. 1998.12.03
Master Crown Electronics (Wuzhou) Ltd. ISO9001:2000
GB/T19001:2000
China Quality Certification Center 2004.06.10
Citizen Micro Devices (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. ISO9001:2008 Bureau Veritas Certification 2012.10.13


ISO/TS16949 Certification Acquisition Status

Production Base Standard Examining Authority Date of Accreditation
HEAD QUARTERS /
KAWAGUCHIKO WORKS
FUJIMI CORPORATION
ISO/TS16949 Bureau Veritas Certification Certificate 2006.02.07


Approach to conflict minerals issues

A part of the minerals produced by the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the neighboring countries is a source of funds for armed groups that perpetrate human rights violations and environmental destruction, and this has become a major issue internationally in regard to the “conflict minerals” (gold, tantalum, tin and tungsten).

Recognizing that the conflict mineral issue is a serious societal problem in the global supply chain, we are working with all our suppliers to promote initiatives to avoid use of the conflict minerals that provide funding for armed groups, in order to practice responsible procurement.