Building a sustainable future
Fujitsu Platform Business: Sustainable workplace product portfolio
Building a sustainable world means increasing transparency to our customers. Therefore, we provide our latest corporate audits and additional insights on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability including the assessment of Fujitsu’s Product Carbon Footprint and its Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the transportation of Client Computing Devices.
Fujitsu Product Carbon Footprint Information Sheets
Select a product to see the Carbon Footprint Information Sheet:
RBA Factory Audit
Fujitsu Notebooks are produced in Japan in Shimane Fujitsu Limited, a factory owned by Fujitsu Client Computing Ltd. The factory has been audited by RBA (Responsible Business Alliance). The attached extract shows the results of the Audit of the Fujitsu Limited factory concerning Labour and Occupational Health and Safety, compliant with the EPEAT requirements.
Fujitsu product carbon footprint
As a global Information and Communication Technologies company, Fujitsu can create new value and transforms business and society. The Fujitsu Group is committed to helping resolve global environmental issues through the power of ICT. There are further activities from Fujitsu regarding climate change. Fujitsu has attained a good transparency concerning CO2eq emissions along the entire value chain of its products.
ISO 50001 Certification
Energy management systems certifications are available for Fujitsu facilities and to increase the transparency of the composition of Fujitsu’s Client Computing Devices, we have created a list of some of the major suppliers’ facilities.
Assessment of Greenhouse gas emissions in product transportation
Fujitsu set a goal to reduce emissions from product transportation of 10 percent by 2030. We provide assessments of emissions including all modes of freight movement from manufacturing bases to corporate customers of CCD products for Europe/Japan that were utilized (road, air, sea and rail – Fujitsu does not transport through inland waterways). The transportation in manufacturing bases and warehouses were excluded.