Press Release


Press Release

March 18, 2015

MOL Group Establishes "MOL Project & Heavy Cargo" as Unified Brand for Plant/Heavyweight Cargo Transport - Exhibiting at Breakbulk CHINA 2015 -

TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President: Koichi Muto) today announced the establishment of a unified brand - "MOL Project & Heavy Cargo" - highlighting the MOL Group's capabilities in the rapidly growing plant and heavyweight cargo transport sector. The new brand reflects MOL's efforts to convey the unique logistics services of each group company and demonstrate its comprehensive capabilities. The group is united as a team and working to continually expand its services.

'MOL Project & Heavy Cargo' Logo

The new brand logo will be displayed at the international trade show for the plant and heavyweight cargo sector, Breakbulk CHINA 2015, which will be held March 19-20 in Shanghai.

Since 2013, MOL Group companies have collaborated to share knowledge, technologies, and experience that each group company has accumulated, and promoted the enhancement of various strategic themes to drive the further growth of the group's logistics business. Plant and heavyweight cargo transport is one of the group's major themes. Four MOL Group companies - Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, MOL Logistics, Utoc, and Mitsui O.S.K. Kinkai - will jointly exhibit the MOL Project & Heavy Cargo brand.

Services of 'MOL Project & Heavy Cargo'
The MOL Group offers not only logistics solutions that meet needs of various heavyweight transport, but also a broad range of other services including plant engineering, such as installation and assembly work. Services also include:

  • A full range of heavyweight cargo ocean transport services, involving conventional vessels, RORO ships, and containerships
  • Total logistics services such as air and ocean forwarding, coastal and overland transport, and customs clearance
  • Plant engineering services such as installation and assembly

For inquiries or estimates, please contact MOL, MOL Logistics, Utoc, and Mitsui O.S.K. Kinkai as before or email to common address,

Perspective view of the MOL Project & Heavy Cargo booth

[ Outline of International Trade Show ]

Name : Breakbulk CHINA 2015
Location : Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention
Details of the show : International trade show focusing on plant and heavyweight cargo transport, hosted by Ireland-based Breakbulk Events & Media. More than 150 companies participated in 2014.

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