The Liquefied Cargo Transport Expert
- Aug 06, 2019Asahi Tanker, Exeno Yamamizu, MOL and MC Agree on Strategic Partnership To Develop Zero-emission Fully Electric Vessels
- Apr 24, 2019Delivery of Very Large Crude Carrier "PHOENIX JAMNAGAR"
- Mar 07, 2019MOL Tank Asia Honored by U.S. Oil Major Chevron - Reflects High Regard for United Efforts by Crewmembers at Sea, Land-based Employees to Ensure Safe Transport -
Outline of Services
MOL owns large-size (over 200,000 DWT) crude oil tankers, called very large crude oil carriers (VLCCs) and mid-size tankers, known as Aframax-class vessels, which help ensure a stable supply of crude oil around the world. We also offer a full lineup of vessels that meet the characteristics of all types of liquid cargoes-product tankers for refined petroleum products including gas oil, naphtha, and gasoline, chemical tankers for liquefied chemical products, methanol carriers, and LPG carriers.
MOL offers high-quality transport services based on extensive expertise on safe operation and ship management, as well as an enormous knowledge base of marine technical skills, which we have accumulated as one of the world's largest and best regarded tanker operators.
|1936||Mitsui & Co., forerunner of Mitsui Steamship Co., Ltd. (Mitsui Line) launches its first tanker, the Otowasan Maru.|
|1952||Mitsui Line's first post-WWII tanker, the second-generation Otowasan Maru, is launched.|
|1962||First tanker built by Mitsui Line, the Orion Maru, is launched.|
|1969||Japan Line's first VLCC, the Japan Canna, is launched. It is Japan's largest at the time.|
|1983||Japan's first large-size ocean-going methanol carrier, the Kohzan Maru, is launched.|
|1992||Navix Line's first double-hull tanker, the Stena Concert, is launched.|
|1995||MOL's first double-hull VLCC, the Atlantic Liberty, is launched.|
|1999||World's largest methanol carrier, the Millennium Explorer, is launched.|
|2003||Japan's first vessel designed to transport ammonia, the Gas Oriental, is launched.|
|2016||World's largest very large ethane carrier (VLEC), the Ethane Crystal, is launched.|
|2019||MOL Chemical Tankers Pte. Ltd. enters the tank container/tank terminal business.|
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