Japan's Ocean Network Express appoints five senior execs

Japanese container merger Ocean Network Express, ONE, launched operations on April 1. Alphaliner has looked into the exact size of the venture, which has appointed five regional senior executives under CEO Jeremy Nixon.

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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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