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FUJITSU TEN Group Establishes "Seventh Environmental Action Plan"
- Complying with new criteria for calculating CO2 emissions and energy management system -

May. 13, 2013

FUJITSU TEN LIMITED, the manufacturer of the car navigation systems under the brand name "ECLIPSE", has introduced the "Seventh Environmental Action Plan", which establishes activities over the three-year period from fiscal year (FY) 2013 to FY 2015.
In line with the principles of the FUJITSU TEN Global Environment Charter, the plan serves as the action plan (Table at the bottom) defining the targets to be achieved for the next three years to realize the ideal (set forth in Environmental Mid- to Long-term Vision *announced on March 28, 2013).

Main New Categories

Green Procurement / Green Logistics

Compliance with New Criteria "Scope 3"(*1) for Calculating CO2 Emissions -Understanding of emissions through supply chain-

The FUJITSU TEN Group will enhance the emission calculation defined in "Scope 3", which is the framework used for understanding and disclosing CO2 emitted not only by FUJITSU TEN's sites but also indirectly emitted through the supply chain. *Understanding of CO2 emitted in manufacturing, transportation, use and disposal of products and even in employee commuting.

Green Products

Increase by 50% in Proposals on Green Technology to Automobile Manufacturers, in Comparison with FY 2012 -Catering to an increase in vehicles using electric power-

A new numerical target is set for the development of green products set forth in "the FUJITSU TEN Global Environment Charter" and "the Environmental Mid- to Long-term Vision."

Management System

Enhancement of Energy-Saving Promotion Framework -Incorporation of elements of energy management system "ISO 50001"(*2)-

In order to review and strengthen the energy-saving measures, the FUJITSU TEN Group will incorporate the elements of ISO 50001, the newly established energy management system standard, into ISO14001.

With "the environmental action plan" in place, the employees of the FUJITSU TEN Group will make an effort as one team to reduce environmental impacts caused in whole business activities for better relationship among human beings, vehicles and the environment, in addition to an effort to develop super-green products and environmental contribution products.

7th Environmental Action Plan

Category Action Targets
Green Site (Production) Reduce CO2 emissions (absolute amount) by 10.8% by the end of fiscal year (FY) 2015 in comparison with FY 2011. (Japan)
Reduce CO2 emissions (per production output) by 30.1% by the end of FY 2015 in comparison with FY 2011. (Overseas).
Reduce waste emissions (absolute amount) by 19.4% by the end of FY 2015 in comparison with FY 2011. (Japan)
Reduce waste emissions (per production output) by 10.6% by the end of FY 2015 in comparison with FY 2011. (Overseas)
Maintain the level of chemical substance (PRTR, VOC)(*3) amount used by the end of FY 2015 in comparison with the average of amounts actually used from FY 2009 to FY 2011.
Green Procurement/
Green Distribution
Establish an evaluation method based on Scope 3 and start using the method by the end of FY 2015. (Japan)
Reduce CO2 emissions in transportation by 4% or more per sales amount, by the end of FY 2015 in comparison with FY 2011.
Green Product Develop three super-green products by the end of FY 2015.
Increase proposals on green technology to the automobile manufacturers by 50%, to cater to an increase in vehicles using electric power, in comparison with FY 2012.
Management System Expand the application scope of the ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001(*4) globally integrated system established in FY 2012.
Incorporate the elements of the energy management system based on ISO 50001 into the already-established ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001 integrated system by the end of FY 2015, to enhance the energy-saving promotion framework. *ISO 50001 is excluded from certification.
Establish criteria for environmental management evaluation that takes into account sustainability and performance improvement to improve the evaluation indicators of the Group companies.
Social Contribution Promote the social contribution activities carried out by employees together with the society.
Provide financial, technological, human resource, and other supports to activities to solve social and/or environmental problems such as biodiversity.

*1  Scope 3 :
Framework for understanding greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions not only from sites owned or directly controlled by the entity but also from indirect but GHG-emitting activities, such as activities of its supply chain, transportation, use and disposal of products and employee commuting.

*2  ISO 50001 : Energy Management System
Management system standard designed for improvement in energy efficiency and energy performance. ISO 14001 has already been used, but ISO 50001 was additionally established in 2011 especially for the energy management standard due to energy problems of countries and the global warming.

*3  PRTR : Pollutant Release and Transfer Register
System for a company using chemical substances: to understand the amount of the chemical substances that are released to the environment in the business activities, such as manufacturing in factories, and/or that are disposed as wastes; to report the amount to the central government or a governmental agency such as the municipal government; and to collectively provide the public with the data reported to the government/agency.

Abbreviation of volatile organic compounds. Major examples of those compounds are toluene, xylene, ethyl acetate, etc. included in paint, print ink, adhesives, cleaning agents, gasoline, thinner and others.

*4  OHSAS 18001 : Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series
Occupational health and safety management system standard developed by an international consortium. Like ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 employs the assessment and registration system.


FUJITSU TEN LIMITED, established in 1972 with investment from FUJITSU LIMITED, TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION, and DENSO CORPORATION, is a leading manufacturer of automotive electronic equipment. It is a globally-recognized manufacturer of car navigation and audio systems, ECU for engine and airbag control, and mobile communication equipment. Consolidated sales totaled 249 billion yen(US$3.11 billion) for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2012.
FUJITSU TEN is involved in the development of systems that use sensor technologies such as cameras and millimeter wave radar to detect obstacles near automobiles. It is expanding its business globally by fulfilling orders for genuine products for Toyota and other automobile manufactures both domestically and overseas.

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