Daiki Axis
in numbers

[ Business performance history ]

Since the establishment in 2006, the Group continued to grow by taking full advantage of know-hows cultivated from having water as the lynchpin (or the AXIS), as well as the synergy between multiple businesses within the Group. The Daiki Axis Group will continue to make efforts to improve the corporate value as a group that creates a nature and people friendly future.

  • ■ Sales 100 million / unit

    Sales
  • ■ Operating income

    Operating income
Numbers of domestic bases
[ Numbers of domestic bases ]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

47

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Numbers of affiliated companies
[ Numbers of affiliated companies ]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

14

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Numbers of consolidated employees
[ Numbers of consolidated employees ]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

794

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Overseas

[ Number of bases per country ]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020
Number of bases per country
  • Kenya
  • India
  • Singapore
  • China
  • Indonesia
[ Number of sales agencies ]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

Number of sales agencies

23

Signing agency contracts with local companies, the Group is aiming to expand the sales network of each country and to work together to root this business in the region, for an efficient expansion.

[ Sales overseas ]
Sales overseas

Since the listing in 2013, the Daiki Axis Group started expanding globally with the opportunity of M&A of a local company in Indonesia. From the base in Japan, the Group will continue to expand overseas mainly in Asia and Africa.

Recurring revenue model business

The Daiki Axis Group’s business model includes signing a contract with customers for the maintenance of wastewater treatment equipment, etc., which allows the group to gain profit continuously, or keep recurring revenue, as long as the contract does not expire, therefore is strengthening a sustainable management foundation.

Maintenance business

As a highly profitable project, orders received in bulk is expanding for wastewater treatment equipment and johkasou maintenance for stores and factories that are run by giant companies that own national chains.

[ Maintenance sales ]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020

Maintenance sales

5.1billion

[Number of maintenance contracts]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

Number of maintenance contracts

4,700

Clean water business: ESCO method

The groundwater drinkable system achieves a stable supply of safe and affordable water 24/7.
In addition to addressing water quality needs, the pricing system that customers are to pay according to their use of water while Daiki Axis hold rights to the equipment, limits the customers’ burden on investments.
Furthermore, it will also contribute to the customers’ BCP and CSR as it can coordinate with the public water supply, allowing them to secure multiple lifelines in case of a disaster.

[ ESCO sales ]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020

ESCO sales

¥0.6billion

[ ESCO method installation cases ]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

ESCO method installation cases

97

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Renewable energy related business

Solar power

By installing solar power equipment on the roof of a commercial facility, solar power is generated without the need of deforestation, contributing to the reduction of the environmental load by providing energy that is safe and clean.

[ Volume of annually generated electricity ]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020

Volume of annually generated electricity

38,204MWh


Equivalency to ordinary households’ annual electricity consumption: worth 6,946 households / year (annual electricity consumption estimated 6.5MWh)

[ Numbers of facilities ]
※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

施設の件数

129

[ Scale of electricity generation per facility ] ※ as of the end of Dec. 2020

Scale of electricity generation per facility

23,300kW

[ Environmental improvement(reduced CO2 volume)]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020

Environmental improvement(reduced CO2 volume)

17,650t-CO2

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D・OiL (Bio-diesel fuel)

D・OiL is a refined bio-diesel fuel from waste cooking oil (e.g. oil used for deep frying) collected from homes, restaurants and stores that can be reused as an alternative to diesel fuel for energy recycling. It contributes to the reduction of CO2 on a global scale.

[ Waste cooking oil collected ]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020
 

841,017

※Equivalent to 1,682,034 of 500㎖ PET bottles

[ Producible volume of BDF
from the collected cooking oil ]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020

756,915

flow flow
[ D・OiL sales ]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020

D・OiL sales

218,000

[ B5 diesel-fuel sales ]
※for fiscal year ending Dec. 2020

B5 diesel-fuel sales

1,039,215

[ Environmental improvement (reduced CO2 volume)]

Environmental improvement (reduced CO2 volume)

191t-CO2

[ Possible driving distance with the D・OiL・B5 diesel oil sales ]

Possible driving distance with the D・OiL・B5 diesel oil sales

125,721km-approximately

approximately 3 rounds around the earth

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