Stock Information

Status of the Company’s stock

As of March 31, 2018

Total number of authorized shares 3,900,000
Total number of issued shares 1,383,310
Number of shareholders 1,764
Major shareholders
Shareholder name Number of shares held Shareholding ratio
Nisshin Flour Milling Inc. 281,200 20.549%
Eiichiro Nakanishi 243,200 17.772%
JF Plannning Co., Ltd. 163,984 11.983%
Nisshin Seifun Group Inc. 69,200 5.057%
Japan Logistic Systems Employee Shareholding
44,828 3.276%
Chiyo Kuroiwa 25,700 1.878%
Mizuho Bank, Ltd. 14,000 1.023%
The Shoko Chukin Bank,Ltd. 11,000 0.804%
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. 10,000 0.731%
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. 10,000 0.731%

1. Japan Logistic Systems holds 147,617 shares of its own stock, but as these are non-voting shares, the Company is not listed among the above major shareholders.
2. Shares held by the Company are excluded from calculation of shareholding ratio.

Overview of shareholders
Individuals, etc. 55.923%
Other corporations 39.791%
Financial institutions 4.219%
Foreign corporations, etc. 0.028%
Securities firms 0.036%
Total 100.00%
Overview of shareholders
Overview by number of shares held
1000 units or more 49.815%
500-999 units 5.008%
100-499 units 9.430%
50-99 units 4.935%
10-49 units 13.722%
5-9 units 3.589%
1-4 units 13.497%
Total 100.000%
Overview by number of shares held

Administrative procedures concerning stock

Notes concerning stock
Fiscal year April 1 to March 31 of the following year
Record date for dividend of surplus Effective date of year-end dividend March 31
Effective date of interim dividend September 30
Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders June every year
Number of shares in unit 100
Method of public notice Electronic public notice (
However, when electronic public notice cannot be made for reasons outside of the Company’s control, public notices will be posted in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun.
Stock exchange listings Tokyo Stock Exchange JASDAQ (Standard)
Securities Identification Code 9060
Shareholder register manager 2-1, Yaesu 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.
Inquiries, change of address, and other notifications concerning stock
  Persons with accounts at
securities firms
Persons with special accounts
Postal mailing address Please address mail to your securities firm. 2-8-4, Izumi, Suginami–ku, Tokyo, Japan 168-8507
Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.
Stock Transfer Agency Department
Telephone inquiries 0120-288-324 (toll free)
Web site
Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.
Main office and nationwide branch offices
Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd.
Main office and nationwide branch offices
Notes Regarding payment of accrued dividends and issuance of payment statements, make contact via post or telephone, or through a brokerage shop, as noted under “Persons with special accounts” at right. Shares cannot be bought and sold in numbers smaller than the specified units. Persons who did not conduct name transfer prior to the paperless stock transfer system and who hold shares in another person’s name are requested to make contact immediately.
About special accounts

For shareholders who did not use “Hofuri” (Japan Securities Depository Center, Incorporated) prior to the paperless stock transfer system, “special accounts” were opened with the shareholder register manager, i.e., Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. For inquiries, change of address, or other notifications concerning special acounts, please make contact via the telephone number above.

Overview of additional purchase of shares constituting less than one unit

Shareholders holding shares constituting less than one unit can make use of additional purchasing, as well as regular share purchasing. The former allows those with share holdings of less than a full unit (1,000 shares) to increase their holdings by the amount that constitutes a full unit. For details or preocedures, contact the shareholder register manager, i.e., Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. Persons with an account at a securities firm should contact the securities firm.

Dividend information

Dividend policy

Japan Logistic Systems considers the stable allotment of dividends to shareholders as one of the highest priorities in management, and as a matter of policy actively undertakes profit sharing that takes into account the progress of performance and dividend payout ratio. The company will strive to improve its business performance and strengthen its financial constitution through the allotment of retained earnings to investment, etc. in future business development.

Dividend performance

Units: yen

  Term ending March 2013 Term ending March 2014 Term ending March 2015 Term ending March 2016 Term ending March 2017 Term ending March 2018
Annual dividend per share 8 8 8 8 8 44
  Interim dividend 4 4 4 4 4 4
Year-end dividend 4 4 4 4 4 40
Dividend payout ratio (consolidated) 53.0% 137.4% -- 241.2% 23.6 56.8
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