At a time when there is a strong push for offshore renewable power generation in Japan, MOL has entered into an agreement with a leading marine energy developer Bombora to identify wave energy potential across the region.
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The impact of COVID-19 will continue even as we enter 2021, and we still cannot deny that cargo trade will sink into a double-dip recession until the beginning of spring.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) held an online presentation ceremony for the “MOL Presidential Awards for Officers and Engineers 2020” on December 9.
The binary cycle power generation system has been installed on a bulk carrier (215,000 metric tons, built by Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. in October 2020) owned by Shunzan Kaiun Co., Ltd.
MOL and Euglena announced a successful sea trial in the Port of Nagoya of the MOL Group-operated tugboat 13 Tamashio using next-generation renewable biodiesel fuel developed by euglena Co.
MOL Kinkai and MOL’s small and medium-sized bulker business, wood chip carrier business, and Panamax business, excluding services for steel manufacturers and domestic electric power companies, will be integrated.
MOL has reached a coal transport deal with Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc., using a coal carrier equipped with a hard sail wind power propulsion system, also known as the “Wind Challenger*.”
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced that Propeller Boss Cap Fins (PBCF), marketed by its group company MOL Techno-Trade, Ltd. (MOL Tech) has now been ordered for 3,500 vessels.
MOL has concluded long-term charter contracts for two methanol-fueled, methanol carriers with Waterfront Shipping Company Limited (WFS).