Videos of President Fujimoto’s Visits to Three Kyushu Operating Companies
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Sojitz Corporation has refrained from holding its usual briefings for shareholders and other investors. Seeking to provide an alternative means of connecting with stakeholders, we compiled videos of President Fujimoto’s visits to three operating companies in Kyushu Prefecture. These videos offer a glimpse of Sojitz’s value creation activities in Japan.
(Produced: December 2020; Runtime: 18 min, 30 sec)
1. Kyushu Kumamoto International Airport Co., Ltd.
Kyushu Kumamoto International Airport Co., Ltd., is an investee of the MSJA-Kumamoto Consortium, a consortium of 11 companies including Sojitz. This company is in the process of building a new airport terminal building scheduled to commence operation in spring 2023. President Fujimoto observed Sojitz’s efforts to contribute to regional invigoration and to pave the road for participation in overseas airport operation projects.
(Produced: December 2020; Runtime: 5 min, 55 sec)
2. Daiichibo Co., Ltd.
Established in 1947, Daiichibo Co., Ltd., boasts a history of more than 70 years of pursuing excellence in terms of quality. Through President Fujimoto’s visit to Daiichibo’s Kumamoto factory, this video introduces the site at which this company plans and develops its unique products, which boasts the only integrated production line in Japan that encompasses spinning, knitting, and dyeing.
(Produced: December 2020; Runtime: 4 min, 25 sec)
3. Sojitz Tuna Farm Takashima Co., Ltd.
Sojitz Tuna Farm Takashima Co., Ltd., is a Pacific bluefin tuna farming company founded in 2008. This company has fostered approximately 40,000 Pacific bluefin tunas to date at Takashima’s fishing grounds in the Genkai Sea. On this visit, President Fujimoto watched tunas being harvested, fed, and processed. He also offered his view on how primary industries can support the invigoration of regional economies.
(Produced: December 2020; Runtime: 7 min, 29 sec)