Pan Pacific International Holdings Corporation

Pan Pacific International Holdings Corporation

Monthly Sales Report

May, 2022

(YoY,Unit:%,Stores)

FY June 2022
Domestic Retail* Discount Store Business
GMS Business
May Total May Total May Total

Comparable

Stores

Sales 99.3 100.4 99.8 100.9 98.1 99.2
Traffic 98.2 99.1 98.1 99.1 98.4 99.1
Spending 101.1 101.3 101.7 101.9 99.7 100.1
Number of
Comp.Stores
565 565 431 431 134 134

All Stores

Sales 101.1 101.9 102.9 104.5 96.8 96.3
Store Count 601 601 465 465 136 136

  • *Don Quijote Co., Ltd., UNY Co., Ltd., Nagasakiya Co., Ltd., and UD Retail Co., Ltd.

Overview

  1. The 4 domestic retail companies saw both their discount store and GMS businesses bustling on weekends and holidays, especially at large stores, as covid-19 related restrictions were removed.Outdoor, leisure, travel-related, and bicycle sales grew. On the other hand, from the middle of the month onward, sales of food products declined as alternative demand for eating out slowed down. Sales for this month were 99.3% due to one less holiday (Saturday) than the previous year, but when combined with April, which had one more holiday (Saturday) than the previous year, the total was 100.4%, exceeding the previous year's result. The impact of one less holiday (Saturday) was -1.5 pts.

  2. In the discount store business, there was a marked recovery in figures at station-front stores nationwide, especially during the nighttime hours sales, after 9:00 p.m., growing by about 1.5 times. By category, sales of cosmetics, consumables, and summer seasonal products were strong, but the suburban MEGA format, which has a high percentage of food products, suffered a reactionary decline in demand for alternatives to eating out. As a result, the sales for the month landed at 99.8%, however, non-food sales were 102.2%, up from the previous year. The impact of one less holiday (Saturday) was -1.5 pts.

  3. In the GMS business, sales of food products, including fresh foods, daily necessities, and rice products declined since the situation of pandemic has calmed down and the stay-at-home demand shrank. Non-food products failed to offset the negative sales of food products and total sales landed at 98.1%. However, sales of clothing recovered due to expanded opportunities to go out. Sales of outerwear, loungewear, and a wide range of other items grew. In addition, school-related sales, such as gym clothes, swimsuits, and athletic shoes, grew as school events were held smoothly this year. The impact of one less holiday (Saturday) was -1.4 pts.

    <New store openings in May>
    (1) Don Quijote:①June 17:Ogura-Uomachi (Fukuoka pref.), ②June 25:Munakata(Fukuoka pref.)

Monthly Sales Report (Details)

Archives

FY2020~

Don Quijote Co., Ltd. (~FY2019)

UNY Co., Ltd. (~FY2019)

*UNY changed its book closing month from February to June. FY2020 will be 16 months, run from March 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.

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