The nine major private railway companies in the Tokyo metropolitan area had their final deficit for the nine months until December last year due to the impact of the new coronavirus.
In addition, four companies, including Tokyu and Odakyu Electric Railway, have revised their forecasts for the final profit and loss for the year downwards until next month due to the state of emergency.
Nine major private railway companies in the Tokyo metropolitan area announced their financial results from April to December last year by the 12th.
According to this, the final profit and loss of the entire group was a deficit of 48.1 billion yen for Seibu Holdings, 35.1 billion yen for Tokyo Metro, and 26.5 billion yen for Tokyu, and all nine companies were in the red.
As for the final profit and loss for the year until next month, all eight companies except Tokyo Metro, which has not issued a performance forecast, are forecasting a deficit, but in the Tokyo metropolitan area, one metropolitan area, three prefectures, Tochigi prefecture, etc. As an emergency declaration was issued and the number of railway users decreased again, Tokyu, Odakyu Electric Railway, Tobu Railway, and Keihin Electric Railway have revised their forecasts for final profit and loss downward, saying that the deficit will further increase.
The performance of JR companies and private railway companies outside the Tokyo metropolitan area has also deteriorated significantly, and each company is promoting management efficiency by postponing capital investment and reducing labor costs within the range that does not interfere with safety. I will.