Revenue: $10.6 billion
Market Cap: $2.1 billion
Assets: $19.4 billion
Number of employees: 8,941
Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Mitsui OSK Lines ranks first in the list of the largest oil tanker companies in the world. Commonly known as MOL, the company is one of the largest shipping companies in the world and operates a fleet of more than 930 vessels with a deadweight of 66 million tons (DWT). The energy transportation segment includes tankers, steam locomotives, coal tankers, gas carriers and offshore companies. The world's largest oil tanker also specializes in the operation of container ships, specialized ships and ferries. Mitsui O.S.K. LLC "Lines" provides transportation, warehousing and cargo handling services. Products transported include coal, iron ore, grain, logs, aluminum, cement, industrial salt, copper ore, wood chips, cars, paper products, chemical products, gasoline, LPG and other goods.
MOL (Mitsui OSK Lines) was founded in 1964 through the merger of Osaka Shosen Kaisha (OSK) (大阪 的 船 株式会社, Osaka Shōsen Kabushiki-gaisha), founded in 1878, and Mitsui Steamship Co., Ltd., founded in 1942, formerly Mitsui Line under the Shipping Industry Reconstruction and Reorganization Act. At that time, the company was the largest shipping company in Japan with a capital of 13.1 billion yen, with 83 vessels with a total deadweight of 1,237 thousand tons (DWT).
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