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ABOUT US

We have evolved into an integrated logistics company through a history of taking on challenges for over 100 years.
OUR MISSION
Our social mission is to use our competencies in operational safety, environmental performance, and service quality to provide logistics infrastructure.
CAR CARRIER BUSINESS
We have been recognized as a pioneer in safe and prompt transportation of cars, trucks and other vehicles.
Our business is applying the transportation quality we have honed over 50 years to further enhance our RORO cargo services (Roll-On, Roll-Off cargo services using specialized handling equipment).
An LNG-fueled car carrier was delivered in fiscal 2020 and fleet maintenance is also being conducted with special care for environmental factors.

Outline of the Company

(as of March 31, 2021)
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    Name
    Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.
    (“K” LINE)
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    Established
    April 5, 1919
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    Paid-in Capital
    75,458 million yen
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    President & CEO
    Yukikazu Myochin
    (Effective from April 1, 2019)
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    Employees
    Non-Consolidated:769
    (565 on land, 204 at sea)
    Consolidated:6,080
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    Business Lines
    Marine transportation;
    Land transportation;
    Air transportation;
    Through transportation involving marine,
    land and air transportation;
    Harbor transportation; etc.  
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    Head Office
    Iino Building, 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-Chome, Chiyodaku, Tokyo 100-8540, Japan
    Phone:(+81)3-3595-5000 Fax:(+81)3-3595-5001

“K” LINE in Numbers

(as of March 31, 2021)
  • History
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    102
    years
  • Affiliated Companies
    28
    domestic
    282
    overseas
  • Car Carriers Fleet
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    79
    vessels
  • Transported Units
    2,600,000
    units/FY2020
  • “K” Line Group Fleet
    442
    vessels
  • Service Routes
    20
    trade routes

History of “K”LINE

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