I.G Port

Infobox Company
company_name = I.G Port, Inc.
株式会社IGポート
company_
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company_type = Holding company
genre = various
foundation = 1987-12-15
(as Production I.G)
2007-12-01 (merged with Mag Garden, Xebec, and new Production I.G subsidairy to become I.G Port)
founder =
location_city = Tokyo
location_country =Japan
location =
origins =
key_people = Mitsuhisa Ishikawa (Founder/Director/Current President and CEO)
area_served =
industry = Anime industry
products = Anime, Video games, Manga
revenue = ¥ 701,000,000
operating_income =
net_income =
num_employees = 211
parent =
subsid = Production I.G
XEBEC
Mag Garden
owner =
company_slogan =
homepage =http://www.igport.co.jp/ ja icon
dissolved =
footnotes =

Nihongo|I.G Port|株式会社IGポート|Kabushiki-gaisha Ai Jī Pōto is a Japanese holding company that was "established" on December 1, 2007 as a result from a merger between Japanese anime studio Production I.G, its subsidiary Xebec, and manga publisher Mag Garden.

The announcement of the merger between Production I.G and Mag Garden was on July 4, 2007. [citeweb|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2007-07-05/production-i.g-announces-mag-garden-merger|title=Production I.G Announces Mag Garden Merger|accessdate=2008-08-06|] Specifically, the original company, Production I.G, was transformed into a holding company a month before the merger. [Citeweb|url=http://www.katanaxtreme.com/anime_news/details.aspx?id=GwAYnRJEoUWDF_8l2T2IVA|title=Production I.G to be a holding company I.G Port|accessdate=2008-08-07] Along with a name change, it transferred most of its former duties and management to a new developed subsidiary that is ironically called Production I.G. After the completed acquisition of Mag Garden by stock exchange a month later, I.G Port (the "old" Production I.G) now fully owns the "new" Production I.G, Xebec, and Mag Garden as its subsidiaries. [citeweb|url=http://www.animaxis.com/en/zine/newsletter/view.asp?id=N001846|title=Production I.G Becomes Holding Company, With MAG Garden and XEBEC as Subsidiaries|accessdate=2008-08-07]

References

External Links

* [http://www.igport.co.jp/index.html I.G Port Official Website] ja icon


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