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CSR Activities in the United States (Sustainability Report 2009)

 

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2009.

Fulfilling CSR in the U.S. Market Too and Contributing to Improving the Quality of Life of Local Residents

The Fujifilm Group started its business in the United States more than 40 years ago with only six employees. Since then the Group has extensively developed its business and has about 6,000 employees in the country now. In the following pages, we will introduce the CSR activities conducted by Group employees in the United States.

CSR activities conducted at more than 100 bases located in 32 states

[Photo]Brochure on CSR activities

Brochure on CSR activities

The Fujifilm Group launched its business in the United States in 1965 with only six employees, at an office in the Empire State Building in New York. For more than 40 years since then, the Group has successfully developed its business and has around 6,000 employees now. At present, the Group has 17 affiliates in the country, which are operating in a total of 32 states, and the number of bases totals more than 100, including R&D, production, sales, and service support bases. As in Japan, the Group is conducting a range of businesses in the United States, including the manufacture of inkjet printer heads, UV inks, and semiconductor-related materials; proposals for software solutions for printing and medical diagnostic imaging systems; and the provision of technological and support services. At present, annual sales in the United States account for about 15% of the total sales of the Fujifilm Group. The U.S. market has thus become an important market for the Group.

In running its businesses in the country, the Fujifilm Group naturally thinks it important to fulfill its corporate responsibility as in Japan, and accordingly, all local Group companies are engaged in CSR activities. In particular, for environmental conservation and occupational health and safety activities, the companies are proactively implementing measures under the governance of FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation. Customers are provided with information on the Fujifilm Group’s CSR activities in a special brochure published and distributed for the purpose.

The Fujifilm Group’s bases in the United States

[Image]The Fujifilm Group’s bases in the United States

Products and materials manufacturing in the Fujifilm Group in the United States

[Photo]Inkjet printer head products

Inkjet printer head products

[Photo]Semiconductor products

Semiconductor products

[Photo]Printer products

Printer products


Evaluations and awards in the United States(2008)

Receiving Company Evaluation/Award Details Awarding Organization
FUJIFILM U.S.A., Inc. “Sustainability Award”and“2008 Supplier of the Year” Products and services
(quality of service and response to customers)
Walmart
FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. KLAS Awards Products and services
(The Velocity SpeedSuiteR a Fujifilm DR (FDR))
KLAS
FUJIFILM Recording Media U.S.A., Inc. “Supplier of the Year Award” Products and services
(quality, deadline, and technology)
Vision Business Products, Inc.
FUJIFILM Electronic Materials U.S.A., Inc. Intel Corporation’s PreferredQuality Supplier 2009 Products and services
(Quality, deadline, and technology for semiconductor products)
Intel
FUJIFILM Imaging Colorants, Inc. Canon Green Procurement Standards Achieved Products and services
(product management and safety)
Canon

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2009.



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