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Fujikura Group CSR Integrated Report 2014
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Company Profile

Company Profile

Company name Fujikura Ltd.
Established 1885
Incorporation 1910
Paid in Capital 53.0 billion (as of March 31, 2014)
Net Sales 491.1 billion (FY2013, Consolidated)
President & CEO Youichi Nagahama
Head Office 1-5-1, kiba, koto-ku,Tokyo 135-8512 Japan
Plants Sakura,Suzuka, Numazu, Ishioka
R&D Tokyo, Sakura, Suzuka
Branch/Business office Osaka, Nagoya / Utsunomiya, Toyota
Overseas U.S.A, U.K, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, India etc.
Number of Employees 53,409 (Consolidated, as of March 31, 2014)
Main Business Optical Fiber Cable, Optical Tele System, Tele System, Electronics & Auto,Automotive Components, Metal Cable & System, Metal Wires, Real Estate Business,etc.

Global Fujikura Group

The Fujikura Group is globally operating in the following four business categories in 19 countries and regions: infrastructure-related business (power & telecommunication systems); electronics business (focusing on electronic components); automotive products business (focusing on harnesses for automobiles); and others. Of the Group’s 94 consolidated subsidiaries, 21 are operating in Japan and 73 overseas, including 10 newly established in fiscal 2013. The following table shows the breakdown of the companies by region.

(Unit: companies)

Fujikura Group’s overseas consolidated subsidiaries By region No. of companies by region
As of the end of March 2014 (Year-on-year comparison)
Asia 26 (+3)
Australia 1 (+1)
Europe 16 (+8)
Africa 2 (+0)
North America 26 (△2)
South America 2 (+0)
Total 73 (+10)

* The number of the Group’s consolidated subsidiaries in Japan remained at 21, as in the previous fiscal year (fiscal 2012).

The following tables show the Fujikura Group’s consolidated subsidiaries by country and by business segment.

Global Fujikura Group

Number of employees by in-house company and by region

(Number of employees by business segment)

Unit: people

Power & Telecommunication Systems Company 11,416
Electronics Business Company 16,705
Automotive Products Company 24,258
Real Estate Business Company 12
Others 1,018
Total 53,409
(7,795)

*The figure shown in parentheses is the average number of temporary employees, who are not included in the total number of employees.

 

(Number of employees by region)

Unit: people

Fiscal 2012 Fiscal 2013
Japan 6,046 5,651
Asia (excluding Japan) 32,339 32,496
The Americas 11,493 11,948
Europe 2,531 3,314
Total 52,409
(5,100)
53,409
(7,795)

 

(Breakdown of employees of major Group companies by gender)

Unit: people

(1) Total no. of employees (2) No. of male employees
(3) No. of female employees
Ratio of women to men (%)
(3)/(1)
Group companies in Japan 5,526 4,637 889 16.1
Group companies in Asia (excluding Japan) 25,701 8,168 17,533 68.2
Group companies in the Americas 8,526 6,042 2,484 29.1
Group companies in the EU and Africa 7,799 3,018 4,781 61.3
Total 47,552 21,865 25,687 54.0

* Total number of Fujikura Group employees (as of March 31, 2014): 53,409
Number of employees of 48 major Group companies included in the tabulation target: 47,552 (90% of the total number of Group employees)

Names of the 48 Group companies included in the tabulation target

[Group Companies in Japan]
Fujikura Ltd.
Fujikura Automotive Asia Ltd.
DDK Ltd.
Nishi Nippon Electric Wire & Cable Co., Ltd.
Aomori Fujikura Kanaya Ltd.
Fujikura Engineering Ltd.
SYSCOM Ltd.
Suzuki Giken Co., Ltd.
Tohoku Fujikura Ltd.
Fuji Materials Ltd.
Fujikura Business Support Co., Ltd.
Fujikura Precision Ltd.
FPS Engineering Ltd.
Fujikura Logistics Co., Ltd.
Optoenergy, Inc.
FiberTech Co., Ltd.
Fuji Kouei Co., Ltd.
Kyoei High Opt Co., Ltd.
Musashi Wire Co., Ltd.
Fujikura Shoji Co., Ltd.
Fujikura Components Ltd.
Fujiden Inc. Wire & Cable
Numazu Copper Refining and Rolling Co., Ltd.
[Overseas Group Companies]
Fujikura Electronics (Thailand) Ltd.
DDK (THAILAND) Ltd.
Fujikura (China) Co., Ltd.
Fujikura Zhuhai Co., Ltd.
Fujikura Zhuhai Co., Ltd., Shanghai Branch
Fujikura Changchun Ltd.
Nanjing Fujikura FiberHome Cable Co., Ltd.
Fujikura Hengtong Aerial Cable System Ltd.
Fujikura Electronics Shanghai Ltd.
Fujikura Federal Cables Sdn. Bhd.
Fujikura Fiber Optics Vietnam Ltd.
Fujikura Electronics Vietnam Ltd.
Fujikura Asia Ltd.
Fujikura Hong Kong Ltd.
Fujikura Korea Automotive Ltd.
Fujikura Asia (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
America Fujikura Ltd.
Fujikura America, Inc.
Fujikura Automotive America LLC.
Fujikura Automotive Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.
Fujikura Europe Ltd.
Fujikura Automotive Europe, S.A.U.
Fujikura Automotive Morocco Kenitra, S.A.
Fujikura Automotive Morocco Tangier, S.A.
Fujikura Automotive Romania S.R.L.

[Overseas Sales Ratio and Breakdown of Employees]

Unit: people

Fiscal year 2012 2013
Overseas sales ratio 46% 54%
Breakdown of employees
Unit: people
Japan 6,046 5,651
Overseas
(Ratio)
46,363
(88%)
47,758
(89%)
Total 52,409 53,409

Introduction of our businesses

Society, industry and our Group

Participation in industry associations

Fujikura participates in a range of organizations, including industry associations, and its representatives serve as directors for the development of the industry and improvement of people’s lives. The following table shows the major organizations in which the company participates.

Name of the organization Outline of the industrial association
Japan Business Federation (KEIDANREN) The Japan Business Federation (KEIDANREN) is composed of 1,308 representative companies of Japan, 114 nationwide industrial associations, and 47 regional economic organizations (as of March 31, 2014). As a comprehensive economic organization, KEIDANREN contributes to the self-sustaining development of the Japanese economy and improvement in Japanese people’s quality of life by invigorating companies as well as individuals and local communities that support companies.
Japanese Electric Wire & Cable Makers’ Association (JCMA) The Japanese Electric Wire & Cable Makers’ Association (JCMA) is an industrial association that contributes to the development of Japan’s economy and improvement in the quality of life of people in Japan by fostering further development of Japan’s electric wire and cable industry.
Japan Electric Cable Technology Center (JECTEC) The Japan Electric Cable Technology Center (JECTEC) is engaged in the testing, examination, certification and research of the safety and reliability of electric wires and cables; human resource development in the technological field including overseas training; and information exchange and database establishment/utilization.
Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) The Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) works to foster the sound manufacturing, international trade and consumption of electronic devices and components as well as the comprehensive development of the Japanese electronics and information technology industries, with a view to contributing to the development of Japan’s economy and culture.
Optoelectronics Industry and Technology Development Association (OITDA) The Optoelectronics Industry and Technology Development Association (OITDA) is committed to fostering the comprehensive growth and development of the optical industry and improving Japanese people’s quality of life, thereby contributing to Japan’s socioeconomic development.
Tokyo-to Koto Sangyo Renmei (labor insurance administration association) The Tokyo-to Koto Sangyo Renmei (labor insurance administration association) is contributing to the development of the Koto City in cooperation with the city government and related organizations.
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