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MOL Exhibits at Breakbulk CHINA 2014

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In front of the MOL Group booth

In front of the MOL Group booth

March 20, 2014 – TOKYO—Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President: Koichi Muto) today announced that MOL had a booth for the first time at the project cargo, heavy lift & RO-RO logistics exhibition Breakbulk China 2014, which was held March 12-13 in Shanghai, China.

MOL has been looking for growth in the logistics business field, and since 2013, it is taking strategic steps with its Group companies in the field. Transport of plant and heavy lift cargo is one focus area, and four MOL Group companies jointly participated in the exhibit, namely, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.,  MOL Logistics (Japan), Co., Ltd., Utoc Corporation?and Mitsui O.S.K. Kinkai, Ltd. The MOL Group took this opportunity to show the group’s unique services, which include ocean shipping by containerships; bulkers; heavy lifters, land-based logistics, cargo loading/unloading, and installation.

The MOL Group of companies plans to take advantage of its strengths to expand and grow in the various business fields of logistics services, and to execute aggressive approaches that should result in expanded business and services.

How the four companies are involved in project and heavy lift logistics

  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.: Multimodal transport services such as containership, car carrier, bulker, etc.


  • MOL Logistics (Japan), Co., Ltd.: Air and ocean cargo forwarding, land transport, etc.


  • Utoc Corporation:Land transport, cargo loading/unloading, installation, assembly, etc.
  • Mitsui O.S.K. Kinkai, Ltd.: Bulker/heavy lifter services mainly in Intra-Asia


Name Breakbulk CHINA 2014
Exhibition Venue

Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China

Exhibition Details

Breakbulk Events and Media, an Irish company, presents this Project Cargo,  Heavy Lift & RO-RO Logistics international exhibition annually. In 2014, 154 companies participated.


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