One of the world's largest iron ore carriers, Brasil Maru
Japan has traditionally relied on imports for a wide range of resources including iron ore, coal, grain, wood chips, cement, fertilizer, and salt. Today's economic growth, combined with an enhanced international division of labor, makes global shipping more active than ever.
MOL operates the world's largest fleet of bulk carriers, meeting various customer needs with a range of specialized carriers designed and constructed for particular cargo characteristics and conditions at loading/unloading ports.
These vessels include iron ore carriers that have become successively larger, coal carriers tailored to the needs of specific ports, and wood chip carriers that transport lightweight, high-volume shipments for the worldwide paper industry.
MOL's diverse fleet includes not only specialized carriers but also bulk carriers of all sizes, giving us the flexibility to meet the needs of different trades with top-quality transport service.
Making safety a top priority, we are always working to establish systems that ensure safe operation on board our vessels and the reliable, safe transportation of the cargo our customers entrust to us. We continually promote measures to further enhance safety in all our operations.
From anywhere to everywhere, all over the world. MOL's dry bulker service is constantly evolving to meet diverse customer needs with safer operations and a higher quality of service.