- Formerly Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI)
In 1953, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI) was incorporated as an aircraft manufacturing, marketing and maintenance company. Soon after, FHI merged with five other Japanese companies to form a diversified conglomerate; today, it has been renamed as Subaru Corporation and focuses on two separate areas - automotive and aerospace products.
The philosophy behind each is to create innovative products and services that deliver the highest levels of engineering and quality. At the same time, the focus is always on showing value to our customers and earning their trust. An integral part of this philosophy is to recognize the integral relationship between the environment and all our activities — and to ensure these activities show respect for the earth, for society and for all people. The Subaru automotive brand is an example of this philosophy in action.
Currently home to some 13,000 employees around the world, Subaru Corporation is a proud part of the many communities in which it serves, including the Ebisu district of the Shibuya-ku ward of Tokyo, home to corporate headquarters. For more information, please visit: www.subaru.co.jp/.