Nippon Express' full-year consolidated financial results for the fiscal year ending March 2020 show net sales of 2,080.3 billion yen (-2.7% YoY), operating income of 59.2 billion yen (-25.6%), and ordinary income of 57.4 billion yen (-33.1%). %) And net profit was 17.4 billion yen (-64.7%), which was a decrease in sales and profit. Sales and profits were all record highs, but in the logistics sector, sales increased only in Europe, the four regions of the world excluding East Asia had a double-digit decrease in profit, and security transportation was in the red. A total of approximately 20 billion yen was recorded due to loss on equity method investment of overseas affiliated companies and impairment loss of goodwill of overseas group companies. Sales by business decreased by 20% for aviation and single-digit shipping. The negative impact of the spread of the new coronavirus is sales of 4.2 billion yen and operating income of 1.3 billion yen. It is difficult to calculate, and the forecast for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021 is not announced.