Japan Post today released its fiscal Q3 23 numbers, as usual disclosing a little bit about the combined performance of Australia’s Toll Group and its two pillars, Forwarding and Logistics.

Recent trends, based on which a razor-thin operating margin for its debt-laden logistics subsidiary got ever worse as 2022 closed, are only partly offset by side news elsewhere – such as its “official opening of an office in Belgium“, that is encouraging. But hardly enough to move the (growth) needle.

Chasing basis ...

Subscription required for Premium stories

In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium

Or buy full access to this story only for £13.00

Please login to activate the purchase link or sign up here to register an account

Premium subscriber
New Premium subscriber REGISTER

Comment on this article

You must be logged in to post a comment.