Merged Japanese shipping line ONE starts Sri Lanka calls
Jun 15, 2018 14:30 PM GMT+0530 | 0 Comment(s)
ONE SHIP: The first Ocean Network Express vessel call in Colombo. From left - Ayesh Perera (Snr.General Manager,ONE Lanka), From Left - Lohitha Hettiarachchi ( GM, Product & Network,ONE Lanka), Upul Jayatissa - Chief Manager (Marketing & Business Development) SLPA, Capt.M L Prudente Jr - Master, MV Honolulu Bridge, I K Gnanatilake ( Chief Operations Manager, SLPA), Vishvanath Daluwatte (MD, ONE Lanka), Manjula Vitharana (GM, Commercial & Marketing, ONE Lanka).
ECONOMYNEXT - Ocean Network Express (ONE), a Japan-based shipping line, has begun calling at Sri Lanka's Colombo, port.
Sri Lanka Ports Authority said MV Honolulu Bridge, had called at Colombo's Jaye container terminal.
ONE is the result of the merger of NYK, MOL and K Line. It has become the sixth largest carrier in the world, with 230 containerships and 1.44 million containers, SLPA said.
Ocean Network Express operates 85 service loops linking over 200 major ports. (Colombo/June15/2018)