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Embodying the founding principle of “focusing on the customer,” we will aim to be an infrastructure company closely connected with people’s lives

On January 26, 2023, Suzuki held a briefing on its Growth Strategy for FY2030.

For FY2030, Suzuki will contribute to the realization of a carbon neutral society and the economic growth of emerging countries such as India, ASEAN, and Africa, with our main business regions, Japan, India, and Europe, as the core.
We will focus on creating solutions that are unique to Suzuki, which are to develop products and services focused on the customer, and grow along with the operating countries and regions.

We will continue to strive to achieve our carbon neutral goals for each region, based on our mindset to expand our customers’ choices and deliver products and services that meet the needs of each region.

In the midst of once in a hundred years of great transformation, Suzuki believes that it is important to have a sense of “excitement,” “energetic,” and “unique” in our products, even when we are challenging to strike a balance between carbon neutrality and contribution to growth of emerging countries. Our automobiles, motorcycles, outboard motors, and electro senior vehicles have always received enthusiastic support from our customers, by being practical yet having emotional characters.
Suzuki employees throughout the world will unite as one to continue our challenges so that we can deliver products and services that support the daily lives of customers worldwide while being eco-friendly, the one that’s always besides you to depend on, like a lifestyle partner.

We are currently “a mobility company that supports people’s daily lives,” but in the future we aim to become “an infrastructure company closely connected with people’s lives.” We are determined to continue our activities to help develop local communities and grow together with them. We hope that you will watch our activities closely, become fans of Suzuki, and hold high expectations for Suzuki’s future.

Toshihiro Suzuki