Net sales in the global markets in scal 2021 amounted to ¥46.254 billion (up 26.7% year-on-year). In the industrial materials business, in addition to the increase due to the inclusion of CIPA’s and PWT’s performance in our consolidated income statement in the beginning of this period that was included from the second quarter in the previous period, these companies’ LVL sales in the USA did well in and after the second quarter, and revenues increased by ¥9.073 billion. In the building materials business, sales of doors in China and Indonesia were stagnant, and revenues decreased by ¥86 million. In other segments, because of the increase in inquiries about the stocking and selling of various industrial materials that we handle to expand sales in the future, revenues increased by ¥750 million.
Net sales in public and commercial buildings in scal 2021 amounted to ¥23.709 billion (down 9.8% year-on-year). In the industrial materials business, because demand for tatami mats in accommodation and commercial facilities decreased, revenues decreased by ¥853 million. In the building materials business, orders for the doors and sound products for elderly and medical facilities expanded, and revenues increased by ¥413 million. In the engineering business, demand for interior projects for of ce buildings, mainly in the Tokyo metropolitan area, decreased as it was the year of holding the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, although they were postponed, and revenues decreased by ¥2.139 billion.
Net sales in the home renovation market in scal 2021 amounted to ¥31.266 billion (down 1.6% year-on-year). In the industrial materials business, demand for renewing tatami mats decreased and revenues decreased by ¥218 million. In the building materials business, an impact of the COVID-19 pandemic particularly until the second quarter was signi cant, sales decreased in the entire interior building materials, such as ooring and doors, and revenues decreased by ¥1.106 billion. In the engineering business, as renovation work demand in and after the third quarter recovered and apartment renovations in the Tokyo metropolitan area steadily expanded, revenues increased by ¥769 million.