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Japan’s MOL said today that it is forecasting a massive $1.45bn loss for its fiscal ...
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Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) today blamed weak global demand and a “huge contraction in freight ...
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Maersk Line has been replaced at the top of the rankings of the most reliable ...
News / Japanese shipping trio NYK, K Line and MOL see improved results in first quarter
Japan’s NYK, MOL and K Line all improved profitability in the first quarter of their ...
News / Future of container shipping division in jeopardy as MOL sails close to the wind
Japan’s Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) is walking a tightrope. With an enterprise value that trebles ...
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