Tokyo Metro: A three-month settlement of accounts significantly reduced profits by more than 80% year-on-year. Corona impact May 13 18:54
Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, Tokyo Metro has recently experienced a large decrease in users, and the final profit in the three-month settlement up to March has fallen by more than 80% over the previous year. It was.
In Tokyo Metro, the number of users dropped sharply due to the spread of the new coronavirus, and in March, all non-commuter pass users decreased 32.6% on weekdays and 48.1% on holidays.
The number of weekday commuter pass users has also decreased by 10.7%.
From this, according to the results announced by Tokyo Metro on the 13th and the entire group's financial results for the three months to March, sales were 101 billion yen, a 6.5% decrease from the same period of the previous year, the final Profit was 1.6 billion yen, a sharp decrease of 83.9%.
Also, this year's financial results for the year ending in March saw a 0.4% decrease in sales and a 15.3% decrease in final profit compared to the previous fiscal year. Since the fiscal year ended March 2012, which was affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake. Sales and profits decreased for the first time in eight years.
According to Tokyo Metro, after the emergency declaration in April, the number of users has decreased by 70% on weekdays and 80% on holidays compared to last year.
Akiyoshi Yamamura, who had a press conference, said, "I can't predict the future income situation, but I would like to work on cost reduction while working to secure transportation as a transportation system."