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Reduce CO2 Emissions from Transportation

Our Approach

With Group companies and business sites worldwide, and materials/parts sourced from a significant number of business partners, reducing CO2 emissions accompanying logistics and transportation activities is a priority for the Fujitsu Group.

The Fujitsu Group has worked toward its targets for CO2 emission reductions from domestic transport. Since Environmental Action Plan (Stage VII), we have expanded the scope of reductions to transport within regions overseas, as well as international transport. Stage VIII also drives streamlining and greater in global logistics.

The Group is working toward lowering environmental impact throughout the supply chain, such as displaying copies of the Fujitsu Group Green Logistics Procurement Directions, to strengthen our partnerships. Lastly, as an initiative in our overall distribution process, the Group is devoting effort to the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) in packaging products and materials/parts.

FY 2016 Performance and Results

Summary of FY 2016 Achievements

Reduced by 3.4% Compared to Previous FY; Y 2016 Results Broadly Surpassed Targets

Trends in CO2 Emissions from Transport

Example Initiatives in FY 2016

Promoting modal shifts (switching from air to ferry shipments)

For shipping of computers and PC servers, Fujitsu Ten Limited is actively switching to ferry shipments which have lower environmental burdens and lower costs than shipments by air.

Sharing the "Case Studies of Transportation CO2 Reductions" with domestic and overseas group companies

We created and distributed the "Case Studies of Transportation CO2 Reductions," which is a collection of activities that have been held by domestic and overseas group companies. This publication serves as guidance for group companies.

Case Studies in CO2 Emissions from Transport

Joint transportation with other companies (Fujitsu)

Fujitsu is promoting joint transportation by combining Fujitsu cargo with the cargo of other companies. Applying to shipments between logistics terminals and from terminals to customers, this collaboration has allowed a reduction in the number of trucks used.