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    Akira MotomiyaCorporate Logistics Unit

    Fujitsu Limited

    Fujitsu Green Logistics Activities-Environmental Protection and Economic Efficiency-

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    Fujitsu at a GlanceFujitsu at a Glance

    Note: Consolidated net sales and R&D expenditure for fiscal year ended March 31, 2009.US$1 = 98 . WW employees as of June 2009.

    Headquarters: Tokyo, JapanPresident: Michiyoshi MazukaEstablished: June 1935Net Sales: 4,692.9 billion yen (US$47,888 million)R&D Expenditure: 249.9 billion yen (US$2.6 billion)Employees: 186,000 worldwidePrincipal Business Areas: Technology Solutions

    Ubiquitous Product SolutionsDevice Solutions

    Stock Exchange Listings: Tokyo (Code: 6702),Osaka, Nagoya,Frankfurt, London, Swiss

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    Technology Solutions

    FY 2008 Revenue by Business SegmentConsolidated Net Sales by Business Segment, Including Intersegment Sales

    Business CompositionBusiness Composition

    3,077.0 billion(US$31,399 million)

    949.1 billion(US$9,685 million)

    587.6 billion(US$5,997 million)

    446.2 billion(US$4,553 million)

    LSI Devices Electronic Components Others

    PCs/Mobile Phones Hard Disk Drives Others

    System Platforms System Products Network Products

    Services

    8.8%11.6%

    18.8%60.8%

    Note: Percentage breakdown for each segment is calculated as segments net sales / ( total consolidated net sales + elimination). US$1 = 98. FY 2008 is fiscal year ended March 31, 2009.

    Device Solutions

    Other Operations

    Ubiquitous Product Solutions

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    14.0%

    391.4 billion(US$4.0 billion)

    Business CompositionBusiness Composition

    657.0 billion(US$6.7 billion)

    Note: Regional sales outside Japan are sales to customers based in those regions by Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Group companies, including subsidiaries within or outside that region. Sales of Fujitsu Siemens Computers are not included in EMEA total. US$1 = 98. FY 2008 is fiscal year ended March 31, 2009.

    451.3 billion(US$4.6 billion)

    FY 2008 Revenue by RegionConsolidated Net Sales to Unaffiliated Customersby Customers Geographic Location

    EMEA

    The Americas

    APAC & China

    68.0%

    9.6%8.4%

    3,193.1 billion(US$32.6 billion)

    Japan

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    Contribute to Creating Prosperous, Low-Carbon Society

    Fujitsu Group Green ICTContribute to Creating Prosperous, Low-Carbon Society

    Fujitsu Group Green ICT

    We make every activity green

    "Green Policy 21Long-term Environmental Concept of Fujitsu Group

    In Factories

    Facilities Management SystemFuturic

    Production Scheduling System

    GLOVIA/SCP FA

    CO2 emissionsreduced by about 47%

    CO2 emissionsreduced by about 60%

    Environmental Performance System

    Records Management SystemSLIMOFFICE

    Visualization of environmental

    performance data

    In Department Storesand Supermarkets

    POS Systems for Mass Merchandisers

    GlobalSTORE III

    Internet ShoppingSystem

    i . market

    CO2 emissionsreduced by about 30%

    CO2 emissionsreduced by about 25%

    Fujitsu Groups Green ICT

    Environmental Information System

    (Contaminant emissions management)

    e-FEINSEnvironmentalrisk reduction

    In Office BuildingsOn FarmsIn HospitalsIn Local and National GovernmentThese Green ICT efforts by the Fujitsu Group are contributing to reducing the environmental burden in all areas of society.

    Operations Support System

    In-Vehicle Station (Dejitako)

    CO2 emissionsreduced by about 19%

    Distribution Center SystemLOMOS/DJ

    CO2 emissionsreduced by about 58%

    ETC Infrastructure System

    ETC Infrastructure System

    CO2 emissionsreduced by about 24%

    Contact in USARon MitchellSenior Vice PresidentCorporate MarketingFujitsu America, Inc 416-594-4759E-mail Ron.Mitchell@ca.fujitsu.com

    In Traffic andTransportation

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    "Green Policy Innovation ProjectReducing Customers Environmental loads by Green ICT: OF ICT and BY ICT

    Fujitsu Group Environmental Activities

    R&D, design, manufacturing, procurement, distribution and recycling

    Reductions in Environmental Burdens with

    ICT

    Green Policy Solutions

    Software/Services (Outsourcing, Consulting etc

    Platforms, Networks, Software, Ubiquitous,Electronic Devices, Semi-Conductors

    Fujitsu Green IT

    Green Policy ProductsEnvironmental Burdens Reduction by

    ICT

    0.8M tons

    6.3M tons

    Reducing Customers Environmental Burden with ICT

    Expected to reduce4.31Million tons by FY09

    Contributing to reduction in CO2 emissions ofover 7 Million TonsFY2007 to FY2010

    EnvironmentalKnow-How due

    to In-House Implementations

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    Greenhouse Effect Gas Emission in Japan

    Kyoto ProtocolReduce Green House Emission by 6% Compared to 1990 by 2010Total Emission : 1990 2005 +7.7%Transportation : 1990 2005 +18.4%

    2 Emission was IncreasedIncluding Transport

    (Unit: 1mil ton-CO2)

    1990 2005 2007 2008 2010

    emission amount emission amount year baseline emission amount year baseline emission amount year baseline emission amount year baseline

    Green house effect gas tota

    CO2

    Energy origin Co2

    Industrial

    Transportation

    Business Operation

    Residential Industry

    Energy

    Non origin energy CO2

    Methane 4

    dinitrogen monoxide2

    alternate 3rd freon gas 51 23 54.9% 24 52.9%

    33 25 24.2% 24 27.3%

    24 52.9%

    3.5%

    33 23 30.3% 22 33.3%

    85 84 1.2% 82

    41.7%

    69 78 13.0% 83 20.3%

    127 174 37.0% 180

    13.4%

    164 238 45.1% 242 47.6%

    217 257 18.4% 246

    482 456 5.4% 468 2.9%

    15.1% 1,138 7.5% 1,059 1,203 13.6% 1,219

    8.7% 1,186 6.0%

    1,144 1,287 12.5% 1,301 13.7%

    1,261 1,358 7.7% 1,371 1,286 2.0%

    1,216 6.3%

    420 12.9%

    236 8.8%

    232 41.5%

    172 35.4%

    78 13.0%

    78 8.2%

    22 33.3%

    24 27.3%

    From April 2006, Energy Conservation Law was Revised and Energy Saving was Obliged to Transportation Sector

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    Revised Energy Conservation LawIn addition to Forwarders, Cargo Owners such as Fujitsu are required to comply with the law and to take energy saving action.

    The forwarder that has above certain transport ability.

    The forwarder that has above certain transport ability.

    The cargo owners that order above the certain amount of cargo transport.

    The cargo owners that order above the certain amount of cargo transport.

    Each enterprises baseline of judgment Auto car cargo use above 200

    passenger use above 200 (bus)above 350 (taxi)

    Rail way cargopassenger use both above 300 etc.

    Transportation amount per year is above 30 million tonkilo ( Including own logistics)

    Make energy saving planReport the energy use consumption and CO2 etc.

    Make energy saving planReport energy use consumption and CO2Reduce CO2 Emission more than 1%/year etc.

    Specific transportation enterprises Specific shipper

    Fujitsu started activities not only to comply with the law but also toimprove logistics efficiency and to meet customers requirement

    Forwarder and Cargo Owners

    Fujitsu transportation amount (08 Act) 62M ton/kilo

    Collect energy consumption report from forwarders

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    Basic Policy for Environmental Protection ActivitiesBasic Policy for Environmental Protection Activities

    Critical Situation of Earth Environment

    Earlier Protection Activities make More Effects

    Protection Activities are Essential for Further Enterprise Growth

    Economic Rationality is necessary for Protection Activities

    Proactively Promote Green Logistics Activities,since it will be a Basis for Companys Growth

    In Logistics, Environmental point of view is added to Cost Reduction Activities

    Increase of Drought, Collapse of Ecosystems, Increase of Typhoonand Flood, Reduction of Grain Productivity due to Drought, Increase of Infection etc

    2000 21001000

    +6.0

    0.0

    -0.5

    +5.0

    +4.0

    +3.0

    +2.0

    +1.0

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    IPCC Report (Nov 07)1.16.4 Increase

    by 2100(211.5F)

    Temperature Increase Prospect by 2100

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    Lead Environmental Activities