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About the Fujifilm Group

The Fujifilm Group's Commitment

Our Purpose

Corporate Philosophy

We will use leading-edge, proprietary technologies to provide top-quality products and services that contribute to the advancement of culture, science, technology and industry, as well as improved health and environmental protection in society. Our overarching aim is to help enhance the quality of life of people worldwide.


Anchored by an open, fair and clear corporate culture and with leading-edge, proprietary technologies, Fujifilm is determined to remain a leading company by boldly taking up the challenge of developing new products and creating new value.

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How We Act

Charter for Corporate Behaviour

Based on the following six principles, the Fujifilm Group respects human rights and maintains compliance with as well as respects the spirit of all laws and international rules in its global business activities. Beyond this, we will take proactive action toward the realisation of a sustainable society through innovation, while taking into account the impact of our activities.

  1. A Trusted Company
  2. Social Responsibility
  3. Respect for Human Rights
  4. Global Environmental Conservation
  5. Vibrant Workplaces
  6. Management of Various Crises

Code of Conduct

In all aspects of our corporate activities, we emphasise compliance and endeavour to create new value. If compliance requirements conflict with business profits or the demands of third parties, we give priority to compliance. An open, fair, and clear corporate culture is the basis for all our activities.

  • Respect for Human Rights
  • Fair Corporate Activities
  • Protection / Preservation of Corporate Assets and Information
  • Measures Related to Environmental Issues

How We Will Achieve Our Purpose

CSR Plan

Sustainable Value Plan 2030

With fiscal 2030 as its long-term goal, this plan lays the foundations of the Fujifilm Group's business management strategies for sustainable growth. In this plan, we have set targets in the four priority areas of the environment, health, daily life and work style, as well as in supply chain and governance, the basis of our business activities. These targets serve as guideposts toward our goal of contributing to the realisation of a sustainable society through the dual standpoints of resolving social issues through our business activities and considering society and the environment in our business processes.

Medium-Term Management Plan


In April 2021, the Fujifilm Group formulated a specific action plan for achieving the goals set forth in the Sustainable Value Plan 2030.

Technologies and Business Fields

The Fujifilm Group applies advanced proprietary technologies cultivated through the photographic film business to a wide range of business domains. We also combine these with outside technologies through open innovation as we continue to create new value that will bring about a positive impact in society.

Proprietary Technologies of the Fujifilm Group

Since our founding, we have been accumulating the base technologies to support our business, including organic and inorganic materials chemistry, optical technologies and analytical technologies. Based on these technologies, we have honed our proprietary core technologies, which are central to continuously building up our competitive advantage. By combining these technologies, we provide a wide range of products and services.


The Fujifilm Group’s Business Segments

With the establishment of the medium-term management plan, “VISION 2023” launched in fiscal 2021, the business was restructured into four segments: Healthcare, Materials, Business Innovation and Imaging. We have created a solid business portfolio by generating synergy between these four segments sharing our core technologies.


Providing a wide range of businesses in the fields of prevention, diagnosis and treatment as a total healthcare company


Medical-use Picture Archiving and Communications Systems (PACS) SYNAPSE

Medical-use picture archiving and communication system (PACS)
Global market share No.1 *1

Medical Systems

Various diagnostic equipment such as X-ray imaging, endoscopes and ultrasound, and medical IT systems for centralised management of diagnostic images and other data


Process development and manufacturing services for high-quality biopharmaceuticals in growing demand and gene therapy drugs

Life Sciences

Total solutions in the fields of cells, culture media and reagents for drug development support


Process development and manufacturing services for next-generation nucleic acid drugs and mRNA vaccines

Consumer Healthcare

Functional cosmetics such as the ASTALIFT brand and supplement products


Various highly functional materials and graphic communication solutions


FUJITAC protective film for polarizers

Protective film for polarizers
Global market share No.1 *1

Colour photoresists for image sensors
Global market share No.1 *1

Electronic Materials

Various materials (photoresists, CMP slurries, etc.) used to manufacture semiconductors

Display Materials

Materials such as TAC film for LCD panels, organic EL and other products

Other Materials

Fine chemicals (high functional chemicals, reagents for research use, etc.), industrial products such as sensor film for touch panels and recording media

Graphic Communication

Graphic communication solutions (commercial printing, offset printing, etc.) and inkjet solutions such as industrial printheads

Business Innovation

Products and solution services that bring about new changes in work styles, improving productivity and inspiring creativity


Apeos C7070

Multifunction devices
Market share in sales volume in the Asia-Pacific region No.1 *2

Office Solutions

Multifunction devices, printers, consumables and document solutions

Business Solutions

Solution-oriented document services tailored to various industries and operations, including system integration, cloud services, management of multifunction devices and business process outsourcing


Various products and services related to photographs and videos from shooting to printing


instax mini 11

Instant photo system
Cumulative worldwide sales volume
Over 50 million units

Consumer Imaging

instax, colour films, colour paper for photo printing, developing and printing systems, photo printing services and more

Professional Imaging

Ultra-high image quality GFX Series cameras, compact, lightweight and high image quality X Series cameras, TV and cine lenses, security lenses, machine vision lenses, projectors and more

*1: According to a survey by Fujifilm

*2: According to a survey by FUJIFILM Business Innovation

SVP 2030 and Priority Issues

Under the CSR plan “Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (SVP 2030),” which outlines our long-term vision targeting fiscal 2030, we will use leading-edge, proprietary technologies to provide top-quality products and services. By doing this, we will work to resolve social issues through our business activities and contribute to the realisation of a sustainable society.


SVP 2030 Priority Areas and Priority Issues (Materiality)

Targets are set in four priority areas and in the basis of our business activities via a two-pronged approach: considering society and the environment in our business processes and resolving social issues through our business activities.


Process for Identifying Materiality

Step1 Clarifying the Basic Policies

Have a long-term perspective to contribute to resolving social issues as a global company and show the future vision clearly

Step2 Extracting Social Issues Based on Business Strategy

List issues from external perspectives (e.g. guidelines such as ISO 26000, GRI and SDGs) and in terms of potential issue resolution by all our divisions

Step3 Evaluation of Materiality

Evaluate materiality via a two-pronged approach:

  1. Considering society and the environment in our business processes
  2. Resolving social issues through our business activities

Step4 Planning and Review

Promote measures as company-wide policy after coordinating goals for identified materiality with the relevant business divisions and finalising materiality in the deliberations at the ESG Committee

Note: For details of each step, see Section 1.2.4 in the FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation’s Sustainability Report 2021, Management Performance.