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An attentive global support system featuring an extensive liner network covering 100 countries
An immense variety of goods - including food, commodities, and electronics - are transported by containership.
A global economic crisis in 2008 led to a decline in cargo movement, but a gradual recovery followed, and NYK Line's medium-to-long-term projection is for cargo movement to continually increase in response to steady economic growth within Asia and resource-rich countries.
Ocean Network Express (ONE) began operations on April 1, 2018 by integrating the liner divisions of “K” Line, MOL, and NYK Line, and ONE regional headquarters are now operating in Hong Kong, Singapore, the UK, the U.S., and Brazil. A fleet of 240 vessels, including 31 ultra-large containerships, covers over 100 countries around the world, meeting the differing needs of customers through a responsive service that is unmatched.
Expanding container terminal network to support global logistics
Under expanding global economic trade, container terminals play an ever important role as a link between integrated land and sea transportation to ensure fluid global logistics.
The NYK Group provides its customers with terminal and stevedoring services for containerships, pure car carriers, and cruise ships at terminals in Japan, Asia, North America, Europe, and Australia. NYK's container terminals have enhanced terminal operating systems and equipment that allow for the loading and discharging of large numbers of containers transported on time, safely, accurately, and efficiently on mighty vessels. Moreover, in Japan eco-friendly operating equipment has been introduced to reduce CO2 emissions and air pollutants.