FP Corporation is a manufacturer of food containers, a logistics service provider delivering a range of products to stores engaged in food distribution (such as supermarkets), and also an environmentally advanced company that recycles used food containers and PET bottles.
Another face of FP Corporation is as a provider of employment opportunities for many disabled individuals.
I hope that by browsing through our profile on our corporate website, you will be able to feel the various aspects and corporate social responsibility of FP Corporation.
Rather than activities it feels compelled to undertake, a characteristic of FP Corporation’s ESG efforts is that they are in many cases implemented naturally through involvement with stakeholders in the course of the recycling business.
The elements of “Environmental” and “Social” in particular are deeply incorporated as a core of our business.
FP Corporation employs the style of recycling and linking its businesses to create value.
FP Corporation has also taken note of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) advocated by the United Nations and conducts activities with an awareness of the SDGs, which are aimed at more comprehensive social value creation compared with ESG.
FPCO engages in many different actions that are taken to preserve the global environment.
FPCO takes actions as a corporate citizen for the sake of stakeholders and others with whom it has specific relationships.
FPCO follows its procurement policy while establishing its circulation and connection of business to create value.
ESG is an acronym comprising the initial letters of the words “Environmental,” “Social” and “Governance.”
The concept embraces the idea that for a company to achieve long-term growth, it needs the perspective of the three non-financial aspects represented by ESG.
While various elements relate to ESG, some examples would be global warming countermeasures under “E,” the empowerment of female employees under “S,” and the composition of directors under “G.”
In 2015, a transitional year for the United Nations’ development agenda, the UN Sustainable Development Summit was held from September 25-27 at the UN Headquarters in New York. Attended by more than 150 heads of state from UN member nations, the development agenda titled “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” was adopted.