Ocean Network Express (ONE) initiates Marine Safety and Quality Campaign to reiterate marine navigation safety practices.
This week, various parties in Rotterdam will be launching a new pilot project, in which containers are handled and released without a PIN code: a widely used verification method in this transport segment.
ONE joins a group of innovative carriers who use NYSHEX to offer their customers the ability to enter digital and mutually enforceable contracts.
“K” LINE, MOL, and NYK have begun sharing of operational data acquired from the monitoring system installed in their container ships with their charter, ONE, through the IoS-Open Platform promoted by Ship Data Center Ltd.
ONE will be launching enhanced services covering Asia and Australia. From October 2019, ONE’s South East Asia – Australia service will be expanded to a 2-loop service, SEA Australia Loop 1 (AU1) and SEA Australia Loop 2 (AU2).
ONE is pleased to announce that the 14,000 TEU containership ONE CYGNUS, was successfully delivered at Japan Marine United Corporation’s shipyard at Kure, Hiroshima.
Rapid adoption of TradeLens across the global shipping supply chain continues as Hapag-Lloyd and Singapore-based ONE announced they will join the blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform.
Members of THE Alliance, ONE, Hapag-Lloyd, and Yang Ming announced a fourth member, HMM, a South Korean container liner shipping company to join THE Alliance as a full member.
On 20 June 2019, ONE operated vessel, NYK EAGLE, was involved in a combined rescue operation involving CMF, UKMTO and regional Maritime Rescue Coordination Centres.