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Environmental Considerations in Transportation

We are promoting the rationalization and streamlining of logistics in our whole global supply chain and working to reduce transport-related CO2 emissions.

Our Approach

Promoting Global Green Logistics Activity

Given the broad geographical range of Fujitsu Group companies and business sites inside and outside Japan, and the materials/parts sourced from a significant number of business partners, reducing CO2 emissions accompanying the logistics and transportation activities of the Group is a priority issue.

To this end, the Group has strengthened its targets for CO2 emission reductions from domestic transport. Furthermore, our Environmental Action Plan (Stage VII) has expanded the scope of reductions beyond domestic targets to transport within regions overseas, as well as international transport, while the Plan is also driving forward rationalization and efficiency improvements in global logistics. In addition, the Group is working toward lowering environmental impacts along our entire supply chain, and working on cooperative efforts with business partners, such as displaying copies of the Fujitsu Group Green Procurement Direction, in order to strengthen our partnerships. Lastly, as an initiative in our distribution process overall, the Group is devoting effort to the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) with respect to packaging products and materials/parts.

Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan (Stage VII) Targets

Under the Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan (Stage VII), the Group established a group-wide target to "Reduce CO2 emissions per sales from transport over 4% compared to FY2011" for the Group's logistics business within Japan, intra-region transportation outside Japan, and for international transportation. This target was accomplished in FY2013, and the targets from FY2014 to FY2015 were reviewed. As a result, the Fujitsu Group established a new target to "Reduce CO2 emissions per sales from transport over 1% (on average) compared to FY2013". The whole group will promote its global green logistics activities to achieve the new target.