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Japan’s Yamato Small Package Volumes for March

Following is a table showing Yamato Holdings Co. Ltd’s operating statistics for package volumes and letters.

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                       March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.    Oct.   Sept.
                        2014    2014    2014    2013    2013    2013    2013
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                    -------------------------YoY% Change----------------------
Small Parcels*          5.7%    3.3%    5.3%    3.5%    1.9%    4.7%    2.8%
 Takkyubin             19.8%   10.7%   15.3%    8.1%   11.7%   12.9%   14.0%
 Kuroneko Mail         -3.8%   -1.1%   -0.8%   -2.3%   -4.5%   -0.2%   -4.2%
                    --------------------Package Volume (mlns)------------------
Small Parcels*         317.3   284.7   292.8   372.6   328.7   326.7   289.8
 Takkyubin             143.9   116.0   121.5   215.7   142.1   132.4   123.0
 Kuroneko Mail         173.5   168.7   171.3   156.9   186.6   194.4   166.8
                    -------------------3-month average change*-----------------
Small Parcels*         -5.8%   -4.4%   -3.3%    8.8%    4.3%   -1.0%   -2.4%
 Takkyubin            -15.9%   -5.4%   -2.2%   23.3%    2.9%   -8.0%   -1.1%
 Kuroneko Mail          3.3%   -3.5%   -4.3%   -1.8%    5.4%    5.0%   -3.4%
===============================================================================

*Calculated by Bloomberg News From July 2011, small parcel figure disclosure was discontinued by Yamato. Bloomberg News maintained calculations from then on. 3-mth avg change: Average of most recent three months compared with prior most recent three month period.

Note: Takkyubin consists of packages and boxes.

Kuroneko Mail consists of documents and letters.

Source: Yamato Holding Co. Ltd.

To contact the reporter on this story: Minh Bui in Hong Kong at mbui@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Marco Babic in Zurich at mbabic@bloomberg.net

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