|Company Name||BINAL Co., Ltd.|
|Head Office Address||Sakae Daiichi Seimei Bldg. 4F, 2-13 Shinsakaemachi, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi|
|Business Activities||Software designing, developing and selling|
|Capital||80 million yen|
|Chairman and executive director/CEO||Haruhiko Okamoto|
|Executive vice-president||Hiroyuki Yamashita|
|Board members||Sumiyoshi Okamoto, Osamu Higuchi, Yoshikazu Kai, Takaaki Yoshida, Shinji Aoyama, Susumu Takamure, Tatsuya Yamaguchi, Huang Ninglin|
|Number of Employees||128(Sales 29, Engineer 90, Other 9)|
|Related Group Companies||None|
|Business Locations||Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, and Singapore|
|Development Base||Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Shenyang, Hangzhou and Singapore|
|Groups etc||The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Nagoya Chamber of Commerce and Industry, The Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry, JETRO, TKC, JIFFA|
|37th Term||36th Term|
|Sales||1.1 billion 29 million yen||1 billion 75 million yen|
|Gross Profit on Sales||782 million yen||752 million yen|
|Ordinary Profit||102.9 million yen||187 million yen|
|Net Profit Before Tax||67.7 million yen||186 million yen|
|Corporation Tax, Business Tax etc.||18.5 million yen||57 million yen|
|Current Net Profit||49.1 million yen||128 million yen|
|Earned Surplus||420 million yen||423 million yen|
|Ratio of Worth||43.8％||47.1％|
|Margin of Safety||9.8％||18.2％|
|Marginal Profit Ratio||92.9％||95.7％|
|Stock Price||approx. 88,000 yen/stock||approx. 85,000 yen/stock|
Apr.Established as a business machine marketer.
Oct.Opened the computer class.
Nov.Started developing TOSS export business system.
Dec.Incorporated as Okamoto & Co., Ltd.
Dec.Successfully commercialized TOSS.
Jan.Established Tokyo branch.
Sept.Established Osaka branch.
JuneIncrease the capital to 12.4 million.
JulyChanged the company name to BINAL Co., Ltd.
JuneStarted developing IOMS Import business system.
Oct.Established Fukuoka service office.
Oct.BINAL Topics was first published.
Nov.Established Mie warehouse.
Mar.Increase the capital to 35 million.
Dec.Release TOSS-DASH Oracle ver. customs clearance system.
Apr.Started a business alliance with and an OEM supply to Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
Jan.Commercialized TOSS-WEB OPTION
Aug.Brought system online for operation between the main office and Tokyo branch.
JulyEstablished representative office in Shanghai and Dalian.
Apr.Started the full-scale sales of TOSS series in China.
Nov.Commercialized TOSS series JAVA ver.
MayMoved the Tokyo branch to Yayoi Bldg.
JulyMoved the Osaka branch to Toyoshiro Bldg.
Apr.Celebrated the 30th anniversary of the founding.
JulyReleased the TOSS-SP .NET ver.
Aug.Increase the company capital to 80 million.
Oct.Moved the Tokyo branch to Yaesu.
Feb.Updated the full version of the forwarder, port logistics and customs clearance support system, TOSS-LOGIPORT.
Feb.Moved the Nagoya main office to Shinsakaemachi, Naka-ku.
Jan.Moved the Osaka branch to Kitakyuhojimachi, Chuo-ku.
Mar.Composed the company song in New York.
Mar.Started a solar power generation business in Inabe, Mie.
Apr.Recruited 13 new employees.
Oct.Implemented new equipment for security enhancement in Nagoya main office.
Apr.5 new sales and system engineer employees entered the company.
Oct.Started business alliance with SAP to adopt their database.
Apr.Broadcasted the company’s first TV commercial on TBS Television.
Oct.Joined Japan International Freight Forwarder Association Inc., (supporting member).
Feb.Contracted with Haruka Christine as our company ambassador.
Oct.Commercialized the TOSS system cloud version.
Feb.Contracted with Yumi Karahashi as our company ambassador.
Apr.Passed 6,800 TOSS system users.
Dec.Passed 7,050 TOSS system users.
Jan.We made a work partnership with ABBYY. About OCR engine, they proud of the highest technology and No.1 share in the world.
Mar.We established our subsidiary in Singapore.（BINAL Asia Pacific (SG) Pte. Ltd.）
Apr.We received an award SAP that gives to only 30 companies around the world, noone received in Japan.（SAP Pinnacle Awards 2019）
Apr.Established R&D Center in Hangzhou, China
Apr.More than 80% of employees carry out telework in accordance with the Japanese government’s declaration of an emergency following the spread of COVID-19.