To Our Individual Investors
To help you better understand MITSUI-SOKO HOLDINGS, we provide information for individual investors on the business of the MITSUI-SOKO Group and the benefits of purchasing our stock.
Message from the Group CEO
We are committed to meeting the expectations of all stakeholders and the community by building a sustainable society while enhancing our corporate value over the long term.
Allow us to present our Group Philosophy, which embodies our determination to solve issues and create value through logistics.
History of the MITSUI-SOKO Group
The history of the MITSUI-SOKO Group, which has realized all-round logistics, will be introduced here along with historical columns.
The total logistics services provided by the MITSUI-SOKO Group range from consulting services based on customers' business strategies to various transportation services for air, sea, and land.
The MITSUI-SOKO Group in Numbers
We have gathered together a selection of various figures to give you a deeper understanding of the MITSUI-SOKO Group, which continues to evolve based on its all-round logistics features and diverse human resources.
View our quarterly financial results and trends in key financial indicators for the past five years.
By becoming a shareholder of our group, you will receive dividends twice a year. You can find information on our dividend policy here, as well as past dividend results, and the dividend forecast for the current fiscal year.
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How to Purchase Our Shares
To purchase our shares, you need to open a brokerage account first. Please contact an applicable brokerage firm for information on how to open an account and the fees involved. We are unable to accept or process stock purchases. Please use your own judgment when purchasing shares.
Deposit the money required to purchase our shares into your account with your brokerage firm, and purchase our shares through them. Our shares are traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Prime Market (Securities Code: 9302). Since our share trading unit is 100 shares, the minimum purchase price is 100 times the stock price. You also need to pay a trading commission to the brokerage firm.