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MOL Promotes 'Project & Heavy Cargo'

March 13, 2017

MOL booth at Breakbulk CHINA 2016. Photo: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd

MOL booth at Breakbulk CHINA 2016. Photo: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd

 Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) plans to further promote "MOL Project & Heavy Cargo," its brand for plant/heavyweight cargo transport services.

 
The MOL Group will expand "MOL Project & Heavy Cargo" activities in both Asia and Europe to enhance its initiatives on intermodal transport services for plant and heavyweight cargoes.
 
The MOL Group has enhanced ties among its group companies to fuel further growth in its logistics business. In the upcoming events, four group companies - MOL, MOL Logistics Japan Co., Ltd., Utoc Corporation, and Mitsui O.S.K. Kinkai Ltd. - will present a joint exhibit as "MOL Project & Heavy Cargo," introduce plant and heavyweight cargo transport services under the "One MOL" banner, provide case studies of actual transport projects, and demonstrate optimal transport solutions that meet customers' unique needs.
 
As part of the promotion, MOL will participate in Breakbulk CHINA 2017 (March 15-16 in Shanghai) and Breakbulk EUROPE 2017 (April 25-26 in Antwerp) . This marks the third time the company has exhibited at Breakbulk CHINA and its first time at Breakbulk EUROPE. 
 
The MOL Group not only provides logistics solutions that meet a wide variety of heavyweight cargo transport needs, but also an even broader range of services including plant engineering such as installation and assembly, said a company release.
 
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