Ferries and Coastal RoRo Vessels
Japan's Leading Domestic Ocean Transport Network Provides Key Regional Connections
- Mar 29, 2022Japan's 1st Sea Trial of Large Ferry with Renewable diesel fuel - Taking a Step Toward Zero GHG Emissions -[355KB]
- Mar 03, 2022MOL Holds Naming/Launching Ceremonies for Japan's 1st LNG-fueled Ferry Sunflower Kurenai - Slated to Enter Service on Osaka-Beppu Route in January 2023
- Feb 17, 2022MOL and MOL Ferry to Build 2 Cutting-edge LNG-powered Ferries - Introducing Super Eco Ferries Adopting Wind Power: Responding to Accelerating Modal Shift -
MOL Group Ferry&RORO Vessel Business -Cargo Transportation Service-
MOL Group Ferry Business -Passenger Transportation Service-
Outline of Services
The MOL Group's ferry and coastal RoRo vessel business plays a key role in vitalizing local economies and brings more affluent lifestyles to people all over Japan.
Through our cargo transportation service, we connect regional hubs throughout Japan with the comprehensive transport networks on the land and sea. In recent years, public attention has focused on climate change and a shortage of truck drivers in Japan. As an essential player in Japan's "Modal Shift" which realizes a new level in efficient and environmentally friendly transportation, we not only meet customers' needs but also fulfill our social responsibilities.
Our passenger transportation service, we provide convenient services with comfortable facilities that allow passengers to experience an extraordinary voyage, under the "Casual Cruises" concept.
MOL has ordered Japan's first two LNG-fueled ferries, which are slated for launch on the Beppu-Osaka route sequentially from end 2022 to early 2023. This will reduce CO2 emissions by 20% compared to current ferries, meeting customers' needs while also achieving outstanding environmental performance.
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