To prevent the spread of COVID-19 among both new and current employees, strict precautions were taken to ensure safe social distancing.
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Enviva and MOL have signed a memorandum of understanding agreement to develop and deploy an environmentally friendly bulk carrier.
MOL and Kyuden have concluded a basic agreement for the supply of LNG to two LNG-fueled ferries operated by MOL Group company Ferry Sunflower Limited – the Sunflower Kurenai and the Sunflower Murasaki.
The grounding risk monitoring system, based on the NAPA Fleet Intelligence Platform, has proven successful in its proof-of-concept stage and will provide new capabilities for mitigating and monitoring navigational risks.
Marusumi Paper Co., Ltd., and MOL announced to install a microplastic (*1) collection device, which is under joint development by MOL and Miura Co., Ltd., on a newbuilding woodchip carrier that will be delivered in 2022 and sail under Charter contract with Marusumi Paper.
MOL has decided to invest in Norway-based Larvik Shipping AS, a ship management company for liquefied CO2 carriers, marking MOL’s first foray into the liquefied CO2 ocean transport business.
MOL announced an upgrade to the AR navigation system, that enables the system to automatically display borders between deep-sea areas where vessels can navigate safely and shallower areas that may pose risks.
MOL and ShipDC have agreed to share the data of about 180 MOL’s ships in operation targeted for MOL’s “FOCUS Project” through IoS Open Platform (IoS-OP), the ship IoT data sharing platform promoted by ShipDC.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd., (MOL) announced its intent to merge its wholly-owned subsidiaries MOL Marine Co., Ltd. and MOL Engineering Co., Ltd., effective April 1.