The company has coupled innovative and sustainable solutions, engaging themselves into a circular economy in order to provide high quality products.
Interview with Akihiko Watanabe, President of Japan Pulp and Paper Company Limited.
Q: Japanese manufacturing is entering an exciting phase. Over the past three years, COVID-19 and the decoupling of US-China relations have significantly disrupted supply chains, and as a result, business groups are turning their attention to diversifying their suppliers to ensure procurement. Japanese companies are known for their reliability and advanced technology, putting them in a position to attract interest. With the weak yen, industry observers also see this as a unique opportunity. - Do you agree with this view?
A: I concur with your viewpoint, and think numerous industries are strategically positioned to capitalize on the current macroeconomic environment.
Source: The Worldfolio
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