Mid-Term Management Plan
The SG Holdings Group has formulated Mid-Term Management Plan "SGH Story 2024" from the fiscal year ending March 2023 to the fiscal year ending March 2025.
1. Review of "Second Stage 2021" – Achievements and Remaining Challenges
2. Changes in the Business Environment
3. Positioning of the New Long-term Vision and Mid-Term Management Plan "SGH Story 2024"
New Long-term Vision
The SG Holdings Group has formulated a new long-term vision, "Grow the new Story: New logistics, nurturing a new society together."
Positioning of the Mid-Term Management Plan "SGH Story 2024"
This will not be the Third Stage of the conventional mid-term management plan, but rather the first three years of the New Long-term Vision, which aims to create a competitive advantage for the next generation.
4. Mid-term Management Plan "SGH Story 2024" Management Strategies
Based on the achievements and issues of "Second Stage 2021" and the current business environment, we have set 10 management strategies for "SGH Story 2024".
5. "SGH Story 2024" – Management Targets
(Earnings forecast of April 28,2022)
|Net income attributable to owners of the parent||106.7||96.0||105.0||98.4%|
*Rounded down to nearest 100 million yen
6. Dividend Policy
Secure the necessary internal reserves for strengthening future business operations and management structure, while continuing to provide stable dividends
Consolidated payout ratio of 30% or higher, aiming to increase dividends from the previous year
*The Company performed a 1:3 stock split of common shares on September 21, 2017, and a 1:2 stock split of common shares on November 1, 2020.
The amounts for earnings per share, net assets per share and dividends per share are shown based on the assumption that the stock splits both took palace at the start of the fiscal year ended March 31, 2017.
*The fiscal year ended March 31, 2021 includes a special dividend of 5 yen per share
For details on the Mid-Term Management Plan "SGH Story 2024", please refer to "Mid-term Management Plan "SGH Story 2024"".
(1) Amounts considering an implementation of 2-for-1 stock split of its common shares on November 1, 2020.
(2) Including special dividend of 10 yen announced on September 25, 2020 (the figure in the graph reflects 5 yen after the stock split).