FUJIFILM Holdings

Sustainable Value Plan 2030

Supply Chain

Strengthen CSR foundations across the entire supply chain including factors of the environment, ethics, and human rights.

Social Issues

In recent times, depletion of agricultural, marine and mineral resources is now of great concern as consumption of resources expands rapidly to keep pace with expansion of the global population and economic growth. In addition, environmental destruction associated with new land development and labor exploitation issues, including harsh working environments and overwork, are becoming social issues. Against this backdrop, corporations are now required to build sustainable supply chains from the viewpoint of the environment, ethics, and human rights so that they can maintain a sustainable manufacturing process to provide products and services.

Goals under Sustainable Value Plan 2030

Strengthen CSR foundations across the entire supply chain.

The Fujifilm Group began as a manufacturer of photographic and motion picture film and has grown into a large corporation that encompasses 15 different businesses, including our healthcare business. Because of this change, the range of production related materials has increased and our supply chain now covers a wide range of fields. We understand the significance of corporate social responsibility and corporate ethics, and are implementing CSR activities to contribute to the sustainable development of society. However, it is impossible to achieve this through our own efforts alone, and it is important to tackle the issue across the entire supply chain. We ask our suppliers and partners related to the Group manufacturing processes to understand the importance of CSR management. With their understanding and cooperation, we will build a firm and strong CSR foundation by working together to resolve social issues.

Priority Issues

Strengthen CSR Foundations across the Entire Supply Chain

Target for 2030

(1) Realize sustainable procurement considering the environment, ethics and human rights.

(2) Ensure compliance with legislation on biodiversity.

In SVP 2030, we have reconfirmed CSR as a priority issue, notably factors concerning the environment, ethics, and human rights. Under the Fujifilm Group's Procurement Policy, we are strengthening our CSR foundation together with our suppliers to build a sounder supply chain that would achieve sustainable procurement. In addition, based upon the Fujifilm Group Basic Concepts and Action Guidelines for Biodiversity Conservation (Guidelines for Biodiversity) established in June 2009, the Fujifilm Group is engaging in a wide range of environmental protection activities for the conservation and protection of biodiversity to sustain the various benefits we now receive from our ecosystem into the future.