HMM has signed an MoU with LOTTE Fine Chemical, Lotte Global Logistics, POSCO, KR, and KSOE to seek feasible solutions on the green ammonia supply chain.
The revenue rose 84.9% to KRW 2428.0 billion in Q1 2021 from KRW 1313.1 billion in Q1 2020. The operating profit was KRW 1019.3 billion with a margin of 42% in Q1 2021 against a loss of KRW 2.0 billion in Q1 2020.
HMM announced that it plans to transport any containers carrying the COVID-related medical devices and emergency relief supplies bound for India, contributing to overcoming the extreme situation in the country.
HMM announced that it was awarded a silver medal as a recognition of the EcoVadis CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) rating in April 2021.
Considering the safety of vessel operations and cargo weight, the maximum loadable capacity of each 16,000 TEU ship stands at around 13,300 TEU on average.
HMM celebrated the 1st anniversary of its launching company under a new mission on April 1. HMM’s initiative was promoted to provide a focal point to various newly recruited members and to create a new shipping company culture.
HMM Nuri, the first of eight 16,000 TEU-class newbuild containerships, starts its first voyage from the port of Busan in Korea.
Sales of about KRW 630 billion for 10 years from ’22… Extendable up to 5 years in the future 3 ultra-large oil tankers (VLCC) put in “Diversification of business and securing stable profit”
Five South Korean container shipping companies have agreed to come together to establish K-Alliance, a Korean Maritime Movement Alliance (K-Alliance).