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Nippon Yusen Kk - Announces Changes To Top Management After Posting Net Loss For Fy2018/19
GTT: New Order For Tanks Design Of LNG Carrier For NYK
Nippon Yusen Kk To Book About 10 Billion Yen In Special Gains This FY From Transfer Of Ownership Of N.America Unit Nyk Terminals To Mip Iii Bluefin B
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha is a transportation company. The Company operates in six segments. The Liner segment engages in oceangoing cargo shipping business, transportation agency business, container terminal, port transportation business and tugboat business. The Air Freight segment offers air freight services. Logistics segment involves the warehouse and freight businesses, and the provision of marine, land and air transportation integrated logistics network services. Irregular Specialized Liner segment provides oceangoing cargo shipping and transportation agency services. Real Estate segment leases, manages and sells real estate. The Others segment sells equipment and machinery, and petroleum products, as well as provides information processing services, operates passenger vessel business and others.
Yusen Bldg., 2-3-2, Marunouchi
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Senior Managing Corporate Officer, Chief Director of General Cargo Transportation, Director
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Oyak, the Turkish military's pension fund, will build a port with Japan's Nippon Yusen (NYK) in northwest Turkey with an investment of $110 million that will be focused on serving the automotive sector, the company said on Thursday.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha <9107.T> (K-Line) has pleaded guilty to criminal cartel conduct in the transport of vehicles, Australia's competition regulator said on Thursday, the second Japanese shipping company to make such an admission.
Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen KK said it had set up an investigation committee after finding that former managers at a Chinese subsidiary may have committed embezzlement or made unlawful expenditures.
* Nippon Yusen KK is expected to beat its first-half ended Sept 30 pretax profit outlook by roughly 500 million yen ($4.45 million) - Nikkei Source text : (http://s.nikkei.com/2gvaIh6) Further company coverage:
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