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Questions about the Company

When was the Company founded?

The Company was founded on November 1, 1945, and established on October 1, 1958.

What is the origin of Daiseki’s company name?

The name is based on Daido Sekiyu Kagakukogyo Co., Ltd., the company established in October 1958 to manufacture and sell petroleum products.

When did the Company list its shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange?

The Company listed on the second sections of the Tokyo and Nagoya stock exchanges in August 1999. In August 2000, the Company’s shares were listed on the first sections of these exchanges.

Questions about Shares

What is the Company’s securities code?

The securities code is 9793.

How many shares make up a trading unit?

A trading unit is 100 shares.

Who is the company’s shareholder registry administrator?

Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation website新しいウィンドウが開きます

What is your date of shareholder determination for the payment of dividends?

The final day of February is the date of shareholder determination for year-end dividends; the date of shareholder determination for the payment of interim dividends is August 31.

Do you have any special benefit plans for shareholders?

No, we do not.

Questions about Finances and Accounts Settlement

I would like to know more about Daiseki’s account settlement information.

Please have a look at the performance highlights page.
Performance Highlights

When is the end of your fiscal year, and when is your ordinary general meeting of
shareholders held?

The fiscal year ends at the end of February, and we convene our ordinary general meeting of shareholders in May.

Questions about Operations

What does your company do?

Our principal operations involve the collection, transport and intermediate treatment of industrial waste, as well as the manufacture and sale of petrochemical products. In general, “intermediate processing” refers to dehydration, drying, incineration, neutralization, crushing and other types of processing to reduce waste volumes. At Daiseki, however, we understand processing to mean not only the reduction of waste, but also to promote the use of waste as resources. We encourage intermediate processing that promotes the conversion of waste to fuel as well as to recycling waste as raw materials. As such, we help to conserve fossil fuels and prevent global warming. Please click the link below for details.
Our Business

Where can I learn about your Group companies?

Our subsidiary, Daiseki Eco. Solution (securities code 1712, first sections of the Tokyo and Nagoya stock exchanges), conducts research and remediation on polluted soil.
Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., website新しいウィンドウが開きます
Daiseki MCR Co., Ltd., is involved in such businesses as refining lead and recycling used batteries.
Daiseki MCR Co., Ltd., website新しいウィンドウが開きます (available in Japanese only)
System Kikou Co., Ltd., washes large-scale tanks and piping for various types of plants.
System Kikou Co., Ltd., website新しいウィンドウが開きます
Hokuriku Daiseki Co., Ltd., manufactures lubricating oil and sells petroleum products.
Hokuriku Daiseki Co., Ltd., website新しいウィンドウが開きます (available in Japanese only)
Green Arrows Central Co., Ltd., and Green Arrows Kyushu Co., Ltd., are involved in the recycling of waste plasterboard.
Green Arrows Central Co., Ltd., website新しいウィンドウが開きます (available in Japanese only)
Green Arrows Kyushu Co., Ltd., website新しいウィンドウが開きます (available in Japanese only)