Ocean Network Express Unveils AOCTEL

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

October 9, 2019

A scene from stowage plan review meeting to share improvements and good practices. Pic: Ocean Network Express

A scene from stowage plan review meeting to share improvements and good practices. Pic: Ocean Network Express

Ocean Network Express (ONE), a Japanese container shipping company that is headquartered in Tokyo and Singapore, has announced the establishment of the Advanced Ocean Container Transportation Engineering Lab (AOCTEL), a stowage planning hub in Kumamoto, Japan.

The office was founded by Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc (KKE) for Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha five years ago. ONE entered into the service agreement with KKE in April 2018.

After the integration and commencement of ONE’s operation, Kumamoto Stowage Planning Office took on the initiative role among ONE’s global stowage planning offices to strengthen efficiency improvement.

To further advance stowage performance, enhance global teamwork and perform beyond best practice, ONE Japan, the subsidiary company of ONE in Japan, and KKE established AOCTEL, as the new partnership with the aim of working collaboratively with an innovative approach in providing best in class quality and service to ONE’s valued customers.

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