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Fujifilm Holdings Draws up New CSR Plan “Sustainable Value Plan 2030”

FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) has drawn up the “Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (“SVP2030”)”, a new CSR plan specifying targets for the fiscal year ending March 2031 (FY2031/3). Fujifilm Holdings has been creating new value to resolve social issues through the Sustainable Value Plan 2016, a medium-term CSR plan for FY2015/3 through FY2017/3. In “SVP2030”, Fujifilm Group is aiming to contribute further to the realization of a sustainable society, with increased efforts to resolve social issues through its business activities by providing innovative technologies, products and services.
“SVP2030” is a new CSR plan targeting FY2031/3 which aims to contribute to the achievement of goals related to the resolution of social issues identified by international initiatives such as the SDGs and the Paris Agreement. “SVP2030” defines the “environment,” “health,” “daily life” and “working style” as four key areas, which will be addressed from the perspectives of both “resolving social issues through business activities” and “considering environmental and social impacts through business processes.” Furthermore, as a global company, “SVP2030” specifies the stronger CSR foundations, in terms of environmental, ethical and human rights issues affecting the whole supply chain and also refer to the stronger governance required to achieve the further penetration of an open, fair and clear corporate culture.

Four key areas which will be addressed from the perspectives of both “resolving social issues through business activities” and “considering environmental and social impacts through business processes”

  • [1] Environment: Reduce the group’s own environmental impact and contribute to the resolution of environmental issues through company’s products and services
  • [2] Health: Create a healthy society through the process of prevention, diagnosis and treatment in healthcare
  • [3] Daily Life: Support the tangible and intangible aspects of social infrastructure in people’s lives through various products, services and technologies
  • [4] Working style: Extend in-house work-style reforms to change society so that everyone can be satisfied with his/her job