NYK joined 150 major companies* having a combined market capitalization of 1 trillion euros in taking action for a healthier ocean by signaling a commitment to a healthy ocean by becoming a signatory to the UN Global Compact** Sustainable Ocean Principles. NYK is the first Japanese company to become a signatory.
BHP and NYK have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to expand and deepen their existing business relationship and to support the decarbonisation of ocean transportation across their shared supply chain.
Full-scale collaboration as strategic partners for zero emission ships and ports, and promotion of renewable energy
Navigator II invests in and supports startup companies that research and develop innovative technologies in the fields of shipping, ports, and supply chains.
LCO2 carriers will play a vital role in the CCUS value chain by transporting LCO2 to storage sites and facilities for utilization.
NYK has announced the promotion of Daisuke Miwa and Edwin Palacios Privado to the position of chief engineer. Daisuke Miwa successfully completed NYK’s internal training program* and Edwin Palacios Privado is a graduate of the NYK-TDG Maritime Academy (NTMA).**
On April 27, the heavy-lift vessel Katori, owned by NYK Bulk & Projects Carriers Ltd. (NBP), a member of the NYK Group, rescued 11 crew members from a vessel in distress off the coast of Sri Lanka.
The newly built LNG carrier is scheduled for delivery in 2025 from Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. This is the fourth vessel on a long-term time-charter contract with the EDF Group.
On April 28 through its subsidiary, NYK concluded a long-term time-charter contract with CNOOC Gas and Power Singapore Trading & Marketing for six LNG carriers, in addition to a shipbuilding contract for the vessels with Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding.