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YAMAL LNG PROJECT
Automated Cargo Handling at TraPac Los Angeles Container Terminal
Emerald Ace

Videos Introducing MOL Services

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Corporate Video "Voyage to the Future"

Playing time: 05:03
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, as a global shipping company, addresses the diverse needs of its many customers in a wide variety of fields. These include dry bulkers such as iron ore, coal, and woodchip carriers, crude oil tankers, LNG carriers, car carriers, and containerships which carry a broad range of products.

This video describes MOL's more than 130 years of shipping history, outlines its business activities and the steps it has taken to ensure safe operation, and explains the MOL Group’s common values "MOL CHART".

A Chinese language version is also available at the left.
左边视频是商船三井概要中文简介。

Forging Ahead to Become "The World Leader in Safe Operation"

Playing time: 21:07
This video showcases various group-wide measures both in hardware and software to enhance safe operation.

YAMAL LNG PROJECT

Playing time: 05:34
On July 2014, joint venture companies between Mitsui O.S.K. Lines and China Shipping (Group) Company, concluded and signed shipbuilding contracts with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. in Korea to build three ice class LNG carriers. This video explains Yamal LNG project which is currently Russian's most strategic project in energy and ship operation on Northern Sea Route.

Automated Cargo Handling at TraPac Los Angeles Container Terminal

Playing time: 03:32
Phase-1 of full-scale automated cargo handling operations was completed, allowing a full-scale launch of operations between the wharf and the terminal since December, 2014.
Take a look at cargo handling equipment moving on their own without an operator.

Hybrid car carrier Emerald Ace

Playing time: 04:55
In this video, viewers get an in-depth look at the world's first hybrid car carrier, the Emerald Ace, which was completed in June 2012. It highlights the ship's advanced features such as the 768 solar power panels installed on about 1,000m2 of deck.

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