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One of Japan's Largest Transport Networks Streamlines the Movement of People and Cargo


Ferry Sunflower Furano

Offering 'Casual Cruise'


Newbuilding Ferry SUNFLOWER SATSUMA (image)

Over 1.1 million passengers use MOL Group ferries every year. Various types of cabins, restaurants, a Japanese-style Grand Bath, amusement facilities, viewing decks, and other onboard facilities make ferry travel a pleasure. Four newbuilding ferries, featuring upgraded private rooms, were lau nched from 2017 through 2018. MOL Ferry passengers can relax and enjoy a peaceful cruise.


Newbuilding ferry entrance (image)


Newbuilding ferry suit room (image)

A Lifeline for Logistics in Japan

Ferries are especially well-suited for transporting large volumes of goods over long distances, and play an indispensable role in linking Japan's major markets and transporting industrial raw materials and products, fo odstuffs, and more. We continue to strengthen our service network covering th e area from Tomakomai (Hokkaido) in the north, to Shibushi (Kagoshima) in t he south.
The role of our ferry and coastal RoRo ship businesses is gaining importance with Japan's modal shift in transportation as a driving force toward energy efficiency and environmental protection.


Meimon Taiyo Ferry's FERRY OSAKA Ⅱ


Loading cargo on a ferry

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