Fuji Electric

1 Premier Dr, Fenton, MO 63026

Turbines, refrigerators, and power modules may not be flashy, but modern society depends on them. Fuji Electric provides these through its three main segments: Energy & Electric Systems, Electronic Devices, and Retail Systems. Its Energy & Electric Systems segment makes components and instruments used in automation, electric power, industrial plant, and facility construction applications. The unit also makes power semiconductors, sensors, and photoconductive drums. Its Electronic Devices group makes magnetic disks. The Retail Sytems group makes vending machines, currency handling devices, and refrigerated display cases. Other Fuji Electric operations include insurance, travel, and real estate.

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3.4

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Industry

Construction

Category

Construction

ESG/Ethical Impact

Fuji Electric aims to develop its activities in regard to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out by the international community and create a decarbonized society by putting its corporate philosophy and management policies into practice. The ongoing reinforcement of our operating foundations is vital in working to resolve social and environmental issues and create customer value through our energy and environment businesses. As part of these efforts, we have set out material issues and goals related to the environment, society, and governance (ESG), and are working toward resolving them. Our management policy declares that Fuji Electric will develop our energy and environment business globally and contribute to society. The launch of the New Fuji Electric in April 2011 is driving us to redouble our efforts to reduce our own environmental impact, as well as society’s overall impact through the use of our products. We have carried out energy waste reduction measures for the past four years to reduce our own environmental impact, cutting our energy costs by about 10%. As we attempt to reduce the environmental impact of our products within society, we are also working to make the power consumed by individual products and services, as well as the effects of reduced CO2 emissions, “visible” to the consumer. This is our way of responding to society’s demand for power conservation. We formulated the Fuji Electric Environmental Vision 2020 in FY2009 to serve as a directive for our medium- to long-term environmental activities, focusing on three activities: Stop Global Warming, Create a Recycling-Oriented Society, and Meet Our Corporate Social Responsibilities. Our goal is to gain society’s trust as the leader in the energy and environment sector. In line with government initiatives, Tohoku Electric Power and Tokyo Electric Power required their large-scale consumers of electricity to cut maximum electrical power use in the summer of 2011 by 15%. Fuji Electric cooperated with this plan by reducing power usage by 25% through measures such as shifting production to other regions in Japan and abroad and via thorough energy conservation activities.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$2,100,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3.9

Customer Rating

3.9

Company Size

10000+

ESG Risk Rating

3

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