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Latest Financial Results

Latest Financial Results

(Millions of Yen)

2020/6 2021/6 Year on Year
Orders-Received 8,231 12,695 54.2%
Net sales 6,877 8,050 17.0%
Operating profit(loss) -159 22 -
Ordinary profit(loss) -87 87 -
Loss attributable to owners of parent -173 -24 -

During the first three months of fiscal 2021, the year ending March 31, 2022, the Japanese economy continued to pick up, mainly in the manufacturing industry along with economic recovery in the U.S. and China, amid concerns about the resumed spread of COVID-19, semiconductor shortages, and U.S.-China friction.
Among the Company’s main customers, investments recovered in relation to automobiles and were strong with regard to electronics, underpinned by shifts towards carbon neutrality and digitization in society, amid improvement in corporate earnings. The Company’s initiatives included strengthening activities centered on markets related to 5G and IoT where investment is likely to expand and markets related to automated driving and electrification.
As a result, in the consolidated results for the first quarter of the fiscal year, the amount of orders-received increased 54.2% year on year to ¥12,695 million and net sales increased 17.0% year on year to ¥8,050 million. On the earnings front, operating profit improved ¥182 million year on year to a profit of ¥22 million, driven by sales growth. Loss attributable to owners of parent narrowed ¥149 million year on year to ¥24 million.

Performance by Segment

<Equipment Business>

(Millions of Yen)

2020/6 2021/6 Year on Year
Orders-Received 6,534 10,737 64.3%
Net sales 5,449 6,612 21.4%
Operating profit(loss) -22 90 -

In the environmental test chambers field, in Japan, orders-received and net sales both increased year on year for versatile standardized products and customized products. In addition, trends were strong in overseas markets, and net sales increased year on year in China, the U.S., Europe, Southeast Asia, and South Korea.
In the energy devices equipment field, orders-received and net sales both increased year on year and orders were acquired for evaluation systems for secondary batteries due to recovery in automotive-related investment.
In the semiconductor equipment field, orders-received increased year on year, but net sales decreased while investment related to memory and automobiles continued.
As a result, the equipment business on the whole saw orders-received increase 64.3% to ¥10,737 million and net sales increase 21.4% year on year to ¥6,612 million. Operating profit increased ¥112 million year on year to ¥ 90 million due to increased net sales.

<Service Business>

(Millions of Yen)

2020/6 2021/6 Year on Year
Orders-Received 1,470 1,744 18.7%
Net sales 1,062 1,370 29.0%
Operating loss -125 -6 -

In the after-sales service and engineering field, both orders-received and net sales increased year on year due to strong performance in business such as preventative maintenance service.
In laboratory testing services and facility rentals, orders-received and net sales both increased year on year due mainly to the recovery in orders of laboratory testing services.
As a result, the service business on the whole saw orders-received increase 18.7% year on year to ¥1,744 million and net sales increase 29.0% to ¥1,370 million. On the earnings front, the segment posted an operating loss of ¥6 million, which is an improvement of ¥118 million year on year.

<Other Business>

(Millions of Yen)

2020/6 2021/6 Year on Year
Orders-Received 281 274 -2.4%
Net sales 422 122 -70.9%
Operating loss -12 -61 -

In the other business, which is centered on the environmental preservation and plant factory businesses, orders-received rose year on year for forest and waterside creation but plant factory results were sluggish. As a result, orders-received declined 2.4% year on year to ¥274 million and net sales decreased 70.9% to ¥122 million. On the earnings front, the segment posted an operating loss of ¥61 million, which is a decrease of ¥49 million year on year due to decreased net sales.

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