Transporting resources from all over the world with one of world’s largest fleets
Dry cargoes cover a diverse range of items, from resources such as biomass fuels, wood chips, and coals to intermediate goods and products such as fertilizers, grain, cement, salt, and steel products.
Dry bulk transportation in the world, not to mention transportation to Japan that is dependent on imports for most of the above items, is growing increasingly brisk due to the development of the global economy and progress in international specialization.
Bulk carrier services from MOL Drybulk, which has one of world’s largest fleets, cater to diverse customer needs with safe transportation by versatile bulk carriers and multipurpose vessels that can transport diverse types of cargoes, as well as by various specialized bulkers that were designed and built in consideration of the characteristics of specific cargoes and conditions of points of loading and unloading.
With ships and vessels of various sizes, ranging from small- to large-sized bulk carriers, we provide high-quality transportation services by responding flexibly to various trades around the world.
While regulations on exhaust gas from ships and vessels are tightened globally, we at MOL Drybulk are working proactively on the research and development of ships using a next-generation fuel, or LNG that features lower environmental impact than heavy oil as the conventional fuel.