Liner Schedule

Drybulk Division

The Drybulk Division are each made up of three teams according to the industries of customers and the transported cargoes. We offer vessels of diverse sizes according to cargo volume, giving us the flexibility to meet customer requirements.

Infrastructure Materials Team

This team mainly handles raw materials needed to build infrastructure such as cement, clinker, limestone, slag and gypsum.

Infrastructure Materials Team  Limestone


Limestone used to manufacture cement and iron is extensively mined around the world including in Japan and is also commonly exported. It is one of the few cargoes exported from Japan in the drybulk sector.

Infrastructure Materials Team Cement


We transport cement made from limestone in bulk carriers. We harness many years of knowhow when transporting cement as the cement is loaded as a powder, but if the powder gets wet, it hardens.

Metal & Eco Energy Materials Team

This team handled metals used to make nonferrous metals such as nickel ore, aluminum, copper concentrates, and raw materials needed for power generation such as coal (thermal coal) and biomass fuel.

Metal & Eco Energy Materials Team Nickel ores

Nickel ores

The transport of nickel ore, a raw material for stainless steel involves the risk of cargo liquefaction during marine transportation. We ensure safe transportation, including cargo monitoring and route selection by our highly experienced crew and marine engineers.

Metal & Eco Energy Materials Team Biomass fuel

Biomass fuel

We transport PKS (palm kernel shell), wood pellets and other biomass fuels that are suddenly in high demand due to the push for decarbonization.

Grains & Chemical Raw Materials Team

This team handles commodities that are essential for our daily life and economic activities, such as grain and salt for the soda industry.

Grains & Chemical Raw Materials Team Grain


We transport grain such as Maize (corn), soybean and wheat. Drawing on our extensive knowledge, we endeavor to transport cargoes reliably, including preparing the cargo hold prior to loading and monitoring the cargo while in transit.

Grains & Chemical Raw Materials Team Salt


Industrial salt is used to manufacture caustic soda and chlorine through electrolysis. Since some of the imported salt is also used as table salt, we pay careful attention to the state of the cargo hold, among other things.