Consolidated Financial Highlights
In the second quarter of this fiscal year (hereafter, “period under review”), consolidated revenue for the Konica Minolta Group (“the Group”) came to ¥488.1 billion, up 5.7% year on year. By business segment, the Office Business saw increased revenue due to a recovery in formerly sluggish sales in Europe from the second half of the period under review, as well as strong sales outside Europe.
In addition, the Professional Print Business and Healthcare Business saw strong sales of their mainstay products, leading to higher revenues.
In the Industrial Business segment, the performance materials business unit recorded a small decline in revenue, but the measuring instruments business unit recorded solid performance throughout the period under review, posting a significant increase in revenue that pushed up the business segment as a whole.
Operating profit was ¥20.4 billion, up 10.4% year on year.
The Office Business and the Professional Print Business posted lower profit, but the Healthcare Business succeeded in strengthening its profitability after a challenging first half of the period under review, and recorded an increase in profit. Driven by the measuring instruments business unit, the Industrial Business achieved a significant increase in profit, allowing the Group as a whole to secure higher profit.
Profit before tax came in at ¥19.0 billion (up 9.0% year on year), while profit attributable to owners of the company amounted to ¥13.5 billion (up 2.1% year on year).
- Business Technologies Business achieved higher revenue/profit, excluding forex, by focusing on hybrid-type sales and sales of mid-and high-speed color models.
*Profit: Profit attributable to owners of the company, BCP: Operating profit excluding Other Income/Expense, OP: Operating profit.
Operating Income & Operating Income Ratio
Profit Before Tax & Profit Before Tax Ratio
Profit Attributable to Owners of the Parent &
Profit Attributable to Owners of the Parent Ratio
Basic Earnings per Share Attributable to Owners of the Parent
Cash Dividends per Share & Dividend Payout Ratio
Research and Development Expenditures
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