Facts & Figures

Figures Showing the SUGI Pharmacy Group’s Strengths - Six Kinds of Capital Underpinning the Business Foundation -

Human Capital
Human Capital

A wide variety of experts accommodating needs from local communities

No. of full-time employees

7,727

*Managers: Those in managerial positions and those with a certain level of in-house qualifications

正社員

Experts

*including partner employees
Pharmacists

3,688

Pharmacists registered as “family pharmacist”

618

Board-certified Pharmacists of
Ambulatory Cancer Chemotherapy

4

Accredited Pharmacists of
Ambulatory Cancer Chemotherapy

8

Beauty
advisors

1,268

Nationally Certified Dieticians

501

Nurses

105

Registered pharmaceutical distributors

9,019

Investment in human assets

650million yen

Manufacturing Capital
Manufacturing Capital

Network of stores underpinning local communities

No. of stores

1,565

*As of the end of February 2023

No. of stores
スギ薬1,446店舗(開設 1,220店舗)
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財務資本
Financial Capital

Sound financial foundation

Financial figures

Net sales on a consolidated basis

6,676billion yen*

Total assets

351,8billion yen

Operating income on a consolidated basis

31,6billion yen

Profitability

Operating income ratio on a consolidated basis

4.7%

Ordinary income ratio on a consolidated basis

4.9%

Financial foundation / safety / efficiency

Equity ratio

61.5%

Cash and deposits

6,26billion yen

EBITDA

44,7billion yen

*The Accounting Standards for Revenue Recognition (Corporate Accounting Standards No. 28, March 31, 2020) have been in place for our accounting since the beginning of the consolidated fiscal year 2023. The figures for FY2022 have been revised based on the accounting standards.

知的資本
Intellectual Capital

Prescription dispensing know-how accumulated since our establishment

Sales of prescription dispensing

142,4billion yen

Sales of
												prescription
												dispensing
No. of medical institutions
whose prescriptions are filled by us

56,372institutions

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2022年度
Social 
									Capital
Social Capital

Relationship of trust with customers and local communities

No. of annual visitors

340million visitors

No. of agreements with local governments

84agreements

SUGI Point membership

20,83million members

Digital membership

13,81million members

*Total number of downloads of SUGI Pharmacy app and SUGIsapo app, as well as registrations of SUGI Pharmacy as a “family pharmacy” through the Family Pharmacy app developed by MedPeer

自然資本
Natural Capital

Natural capital underpinning our business operations

Energy use

307,889thousand kWh/year

Water use*

755,045m³/year

*An estimated figure obtained after dividing the relevant water charges by the unit price (set by Obu City, Aichi Prefecture)

Figures Showing the SUGI Pharmacy Group’s Sustainability

Healthy Community

No. of stores providing a home-visit prescription dispensing service

565stores

No. of local alliance pharmacies

46stores

No. of pharmacies allied
with specialized medical institutions

3stores

No. of stores equipped with an AED

231stores

Target

20% of all the stores
(by the end of FY2025)

Percentage of stores sending prescriptions through
the SUGI Smartphone Medicine Service app

15.1

Annual total of users of
our home-visit prescription
dispensing service

17.6million patients

Target

25million patients
(by the end of FY2025)

Sustainable Business Partnerships

Percentage of eco-friendly
private brand products

12.2%

Target

30%
(By the end of FY2030)

Percentage of private brand
product sales

9.6

Sustainability policy information session for business partners

No. of attendees421people

Contribution to the Global Environment

No. of stores equipped
with solar panels

48stores

太陽光パネル 設置店舗
No. of stores collecting resources*for recycling

15stores

*PET bottles, medicine press-through-pack (PTP) sheets, and clothing

Healthy Workplace Environment

Ratio of female managers

14.5%

Target

30%
(by the end of FY2029)

Percentage of employees taking parenting leave

Men53%/Women100%

Men53%
Women100%

Engagement index

3.1

Target

3.5(by the end of FY2023)
4.0(by the end of FY2023)

Percentage of employees taking parenting leave

Men100%
Women
94.7%

Health checkup rate

99%

Target

100%

Percentage of employees returning to work after taking parenting leave

Men100%/Women94.7%

Health checkup rate

99%

Target

100%

Corporate Governance

Percentage of outside directors

40%

Percentage of female directors

20%

No. of dialogue sessions with investors

200sessions

Percentage of outside auditors

100