The following are frequently questioned answers.

  • Q
    Which exchange is Daifuku listed on?
    A
    Daifuku's stock is traded on the 1st section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
  • Q
    What are Daifuku's fiscal quarter and year-end dates?
    A
    A: Daifuku operates on a fiscal year ending March 31st. Our quarterly reporting periods end on June 30th, September 30th, December 31st, and March 31st the next year.
  • Q
    When will Daifuku announce updated financial results?
    A
    On May 11, 2017, Daifuku will announce results for the fiscal year ended March 2017. Event Calendar
  • Q
    What was the amount of dividend per share for the fiscal year ended March 2016?
    A
    30 yen (10 yen for interim, 20 yen for the end of the fiscal year) was paid for the year ended March 2016. Per Share Information & Investment Indices
  • Q
    What is the estimated dividend per share for the fiscal year ending March 2017?
    A
    Daifuku is scheduled to pay dividends of 40 yen (12 yen for interim and 23 yen for the end of the fiscal year, plus a commemorative dividend of 5 yen to mark its 80th anniversary) for the year ending March 2017. Daifuku aims for a medium- to long-term dividend payout ratio of 30%, as one of the challenges in sustaining growth in dividends per share.
  • Q
    How many shares in a unit?
    A
    100 shares.
  • Q
    When and where is Daifuku's annual shareholders meeting?
    A
    Daifuku's annual shareholders meeting is held at the end of June each year at our company headquarters in Osaka, Japan. Please see our Event Calendar. Event Calendar
  • Q
    What is the origin of the company name 'Daifuku'?
    A
    The name is comprised of the Chinese character Dai, which is significant to the city of Osaka, and Fuku from Fukuchiyama, another where the company was located. Daifuku means to "bring good fortune."
  • Q
    What is significant about the Daifuku subsidiary Contec Co., Ltd., which was listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on March 14, 2007.
    A
    Contec is Daifuku's first subsidiary listed stock on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Contec used to be a control system division of Daifuku, which engaged in technology and market development of Daifuku's engineering. It was established as a subsidiary in 1975 with the purpose of producing electronic components. Please visit CONTEC online at www.contec.com. CONTEC CO., LTD.