Friday, January 14, 2000

Improving operational efficiency

Mazda Motor Corporation has decided to integrate indirect functions of its consolidated domestic subsidiaries and affiliates including 61 domestic dealers to the parent company. Indirect functions will include accounting, finance, personnel and payroll, purchasing and information systems. The transfer and integration is scheduled to begin in the end of January 2000, and to be completed by mid 2002.

This move is a part of Mazda's strategy to further strengthen the management foundation of the Mazda group as a whole by improving operational efficiency of its subsidiaries and affiliates, and also focussing on core businesses.

In domestic dealerships, the "One operation" program, which integrates the main functions of several dealerships such as management, administration, etc, has successfully been introduced to make management more efficient.

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