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Fujita Corporation
Address
4-25-2 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8570 JAPAN
Tel
+81-3-3402-1911
Home-page Address
http://www.fujita.co.jp
e-mail
kks@fujita.co.jp
Established
December 1910
Representative
Takuji Ueda
Main Business Line
Construction and Real Estate
Overseas Offices
Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Malaysia, Singapore, Manila, Taipei, Dubai, Mexico
Major Projects〈Domestic〉
Diamond City Tachikawa Musashimurayama Shopping Center
Kohoku New Town Center Kita Shopping Center
Oyama Yuenchi Harvest Walk
Kourien residential
Haizuka Dam
Moriyoshizan Dam Reservoir Bridge Superstructure Works
ProLogis Parc Zama I
New Ome City Government Office
JR Tsudanuma Station South Exit Specific Land Readjustment Project
Major Projects〈Abroad〉
Glass factories in South Korea
Glass factory in Taiwan
Light Railway Project in Dubai, U.A.E.
Bridges Project in Nicaragua
Sports Park in Hong Kong
Factories in Vietnam
Factories in China

Fujita's Overseas Offices

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Corporate philosophy: “For nature, for society, for communities, and for more fulfilling lives, Fujita is constantly at work”
Fujita has defined its corporate philosophy as “For nature, for society, for communities, and for more fulfilling lives Fujita is lives, constantly at work.” We are developing our business, centered on construction, in line with the company slogan “Creating Superior Environments.” We combine the Company’s environmental technologies, expertise, and extensive experience in construction and urban redevelopment projects to create unique value and to generate total solutions that fulfill customer needs, in line with our mission to support society by creating communities. We work to develop the staff resources and the technologies necessary to achieve these solutions and to develop further as a Company in order to meet the expectations of all our stakeholders.

Establishing the Fujita Step-Up Plan and strengthening our urban redevelopment business
Fujita embarked on a series of management reforms in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2006 and improved our client base, profit structure, and organizational and risk management procedures. As a result of these reforms, we achieved earnings growth in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008 despite the difficult operating conditions within the construction sector in Japan.
In July 2007, we formulated the Fujita Step-Up Plan in order to clarify goals to support further growth across Fujita amid predictions that difficult operating conditions would continue in the construction sector. The Fujita Step-Up Plan defines the construction business as our stable revenue base and the urban redevelopment business as a growth driver. The Company will leverage its unique strengths deriving from the synergies between these two businesses. We will also develop business beyond the
conventional scope of general contracting in order to generate value and achieve high levels of customer satisfaction, with the ultimate goal of growing earnings.
In order to improve and expand our urban redevelopment business as a growth driver in line with the Fujita Step-Up Plan, we plan to utilize our lengthy track record, expertise, and client base to actively improve 1) our proposals for the effective use of corporate real estate (CRE), 2) the equal-value exchange business, 3) development-type securitizations, and 4) participation in large projects, including urban redevelopment and land readjustment projects.
Through these efforts, we aim to increase the gross profit contribution from urban redevelopment business and grow our consolidated operating income to ¥12.5 billion and our operating margin to 3.4% by the final year of the Fujita Step-Up Plan (fiscal year ending March 31, 2010).

Fiscal 2007 results: Operating income up 9.8% to ¥10.2 billion, operating margin up 0.2 percentage point to 2.9%
The economic outlook was somewhat uncertain in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008 as a result of the subprime mortgage crisis in the U.S. and rising energy and materials prices. In the construction industry, private construction investment fell for the first time in four years, competition for orders was fierce, and operating conditions remained difficult.
Despite these conditions, in the first year of the Fujita Step-Up Plan we grew our construction orders by 7.6% year on year to ¥300.3 billion on the back of strong orders for domestic construction projects.
Consolidated operating income rose 9.8% year on year to ¥10.2 billion and our operating margin improved to industry-leading levels, up 0.2 percentage point year on year to 2.9%. Net income rose substantially, to ¥10.6 billion, due in part to extraordinary gains recorded during the year.

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