To provide humanitarian assistance to people affected by the conflict in Ukraine, Epson is donating $1 million through UNHCR and the Red Cross.
In addition, the European subsidiary Epson Europe BV agrees to transfer all funds raised through employee donations to the Red Cross. Epson and its companies are also deeply concerned about the conflict in Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis in the region.
Epson’s business policy is based on trust, they are committed to respecting human rights, so they decided to stop exporting their products to Russia and Belarus. At the same time, the Epson Group strongly advocates an immediate end to the conflict.
Epson will be a carbon-neutral company by 2050
Epson focuses on tackling societal problems through innovation in home and office printing, commercial and industrial printing, manufacturing, visualization and lifestyle. Epson will become a carbon-neutral company by 2050 and will eliminate the use of underground resources such as oil and minerals.
The Epson group, led by Japan’s Seiko Epson Corporation, generates about 1 trillion yen in sales globally.