The ships in the new Japanese container merger Ocean Network Express, ONE, are now sailing on day four after the launch on April 1, and the three Japanese liner companies K Line, MOL and NYK have created a company of significant scope.
Alphaliner's calculations show that ONE is the world's sixth-largest container carrier, operating a fleet of 230 container ships with combined capacity of 1.49 million teu, of which NYK has contributed the most ships.
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