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日本迅销公司(Fast Retailing)预计,由于主要市场销售额的增长,今年的净利润将达到创 ...

2020-10-16 14:31

东京,10月15日(新华社)——拥有优衣库和GU休闲服装品牌的迅销公司周四说,由于在一些重要市场的销售增加,该公司预计本财年实现创纪录的净利润。


该公司表示,由于新冠病毒大流行导致顾客减少,在截至8月份的一年里,这家零售公司的销售额下降了44.4%,跌至903.6亿日元(8.8583亿美元)。


迅销公司表示,截至2021年8月的本财年,预计净利润为1650亿日元(约合15.6亿美元),同比增长82.6%。


该公司表示,预计销售额将增长9.5%,至2.2万亿日元(209.1亿日元)。


迅销表示,将继续专注于在中国市场的稳固根基,并进一步推广其在线业务。在疫情期间,其在线业务增长强劲。


迅销董事长兼首席执行官柳井正(Tadashi Yanai)在一场新闻发布会上表示:“疫情是一场全球危机,但对我们来说,它已成为一个转折点。”


截至8月,迅销在中国大陆拥有767家门店,与日本门店数量大致相当。但柳井正表示,考虑到其增长潜力,“在中国开设3000家门店是可能的。”


迅销公司表示,由于全球第二大经济体迅速从疫情中全面复苏,在上一财年末,中国的销售出现了强于预期的复苏。


但该公司在美国和欧洲等其他海外市场的销售受到病毒的重创,该公司在许多海外市场的业务仍受到阻碍。

 

TOKYO, Oct. 15 (Xinhua) -- Fast Retailing Co., owner of the Uniqlo and GU casual clothing brands, said Thursday it expects to book a record net profit this fiscal year, on increasing sale in some vital markets.

In the year ended August, the retailing firm logged a 44.4 percent drop to 90.36 billion yen (858.83 million U.S. dollars), due to falling patronage amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, it said.

Fast Retailing Co. said that for the current business year through August 2021, however, it projects a net profit of 165 billion yen (1.56 billion U.S. dollars), which is a leap of 82.6 percent from the previous year.

The company said it forecasts sales to climb 9.5 percent to 2.2 trillion yen (20.91 billion yen).

Fast Retailing said it will continue to focus on its solid footing in the Chinese market as well as further promote its online footprint, the services of which have seen robust growth during the pandemic.

"The pandemic is a global crisis, but for us, it has become a turning point," Fast Retailing Chairman and CEO Tadashi Yanai was quoted as telling a press briefing on the matter.

In China, Fast Retailing had 767 stores as of August in the mainland, roughly the same number of stores as Japan. But given its growth potential, "it's possible to aim for 3,000 stores in China," Yanai said.

Sales in China saw a stronger-than-expected recovery towards the end of the last fiscal year, Fast Retailing said, due to the world's second-largest economy's quick overall recovery from the pandemic.

But sales in the firm's other overseas markets like the United States and Europe were hit harder by the virus, with the firm's business still hampered in many foreign markets, it said.

 

来自: xinhua