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Meeting Diversified Transport Needs with Advanced Networks and High-quality Services


Service Network Covers the World

World Liner NetworkMOL's containership services link the world. Our network of calling ports is among the largest in the world. We are particularly strong in Asia, which has seen tremendous economic expansion in recent years, and we have traditionally held an advantage in South American and African markets. We are expanding our network with more port coverage and increased service frequency, not only with our own services but also in joint operations with partners.
In 2012, MOL teamed up with five other major carriers to form the G6 Alliance, expanding the alliance's coverage from Asia-Europe to Asia-North America West Coast, Asia-North America East Coast, and Transatlantic routes to enhance our services. In addition, we have continued to upgrade services in regions such as Intra-Asia, Latin America, and Africa, where cargo trade is on the rise.

Forging Ahead to Earn and Retain Customer Trust

MOL makes continuous efforts to publish transport quality and route conditions in its quest for higher quality services and increased customer satisfaction. We set Key Performance Indicator like vessel on-time performance, CO2 emissions, operating safety, and so on. We release these performance results on our Web site at : www.countonmol.com.

Containership Fleet Covers a Huge Network

Containership MOL Modern

Containership MOL Commitment

MOL operates containership service spreading all over the world, with around 120 containerships, with capacities ranging from 700 TEUs to 14,000 TEUs. We continue to develop more competitive services by launching newbuilding vessels as needed.

Expanding Container Fleet Meets Diversified Demand

MOL has expanded its container fleet in step with the growth of our containership fleet. We go to great lengths to develop specialized containers to meet tremendous growth in demand for transport of more diverse cargoes, such as frozen and refrigerated foods, plant equipment, and so on.

Onboard check of a reefer container

Oversized cargo lashed to a specialized container

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