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Stakeholder Dialogues 2012

 

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2013.

Debate on future environmental measures demanded of the printing industry

On July 23, 2012, we invited experts to the Development Center at the Yoshida-Minami Factory to conduct a dialogue with our researchers on the theme of “Changes in the Printing Industry from an Environmental Perspective and Our Future Measures,” with the aim of stimulating environmental measures by raising environmental awareness and offering an opportunity to find out about trends in the market’s environmental demands. Professor Norihiro Itsubo from Tokyo City University gave a lecture, and after hearing the views of our actual customers, we held a panel discussion to debate the future direction of the printing industry and how the Fujifilm Group should respond.

Through this dialogue, we obtained advice on how to reduce the environmental burdens by calculating the carbon footprint and on product design which use an index other than CO2 emissions as well, and the need to inform these efforts and products. In the future, we aim to combine high customer satisfaction levels with an environmental response, and make full use of the views shared with us in this dialogue in promoting our Design for the Environment.

[Photo]The facilitator was Professor Norihiro Itsubo from Tokyo City University, who is renowned for his LCA research.

The facilitator was Professor Norihiro Itsubo from Tokyo City University, who is renowned for his LCA research.

[Photo]We conducted a panel discussion with Mr. Hiroshi Hasegawa from Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd. representing our customers’ views.

We conducted a panel discussion with Mr. Hiroshi Hasegawa from Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd. representing our customers’ views.

[Photo]Around 40 researchers from the Development Center at the Yoshida-Minami Factory participated on the day.

Around 40 researchers from the Development Center at the Yoshida-Minami Factory participated on the day.

Four Fujifilm Group companies in the Kaisei district of Kanagawa Prefecture held an environmental dialogue meeting with local people

Fujifilm Kaisei District, Fuji Xerox, Takematsu Fuji Xerox Manufacturing and FUJIFILM Techno Products, which are located in the Kaisei district of Kanagawa, held a joint opinion exchange and environmental report meeting with local inhabitants in June 2012. The four companies held this first joint dialogue meeting to make better understanding of our activities as a whole Group effort.

On the day, 29 people participated in the meeting from the local residents’ association. We made a tour of Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories and were briefed on the business and environmental activities of the four companies. Participants’ comments include the following: “Because of this event I am able to understand how carefully the companies are implementing measures to prevent global warming, noise and pollution” and “I think that the four companies are unified.” The meeting thus provided the companies with a great opportunity to exchange opinions with local people, and we will continue to work together with the Group companies in the future.

[Photo]After making a tour of the Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories, participants were briefed on the activities of the four companies and then exchanged opinions with employees.

[Photo]After making a tour of the Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories, participants were briefed on the activities of the four companies and then exchanged opinions with employees.


After making a tour of the Fujifilm Advanced Research Laboratories, participants were briefed on the activities of the four companies and then exchanged opinions with employees.

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2013.



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