There are currently strong car sales in Australian domestic market, and it is forecasted to steadily and continuously grow in the future as well. On the other hand, the structure of Australian automobile industry is drastically changing, and imported vehicles are taking the place of domestic produced vehicles in the market.
Criminal charges have been laid against K-Line in relation to alleged cartel conduct concerning the international shipping of cars, trucks, and buses to Australia between July 2009 and September 2012.
KGL which handles Total Logistics Services in Vietnam, has started Auto-Logistics service in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam from end of October, 2016.
Three Japanese shipping groups will merge their liner shipping businesses is further evidence of survival M&A sweeping the industry which is expected to continue.
“K” Line is honored to have received recognition from the port authorities of both Long Beach and Los Angeles, for recording high level of compliance throughout 2015 with voluntary speed reduction.
Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Hanjin, Hapag-Lloyd, K-Line, Mitsui O.S.K Lines, and Yang Ming have agreed to create a new alliance covering all East–West trade lanes namely, Asia-Europe / Mediterranean, Asia-North America West Coast, Asia-North America East Coast, Transatlantic and Asia–Middle East / Persian Gulf / Red Sea.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., Tokyo, (hereafter called “K” Line) is proud to announce the delivery of “CORONA UTILITY,” an 88,000 DWT-type special coal carrier at Marugame Shipyard of Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan on January 13, 2016.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line) received awards for achievement of high compliance rate for their vessel speed reduction programs from both the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in 2014.
Shipping lines, environmental organizations, trucking companies, terminal operators and a railroad were honored today, July 29, by Long Beach Mayor Dr. Robert Garcia and the Port of Long Beach at the annual Environmental Achievement Awards.