ONE reports improved result for the quarter and raises guidance

Japanese container shipping line ONE reports a profit for its first quarter 2019, which thus marks a significant improvement compared to the same period last year. The company now raises its guidance for the full year 2019.

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After a somewhat challenging launch in 2018, Japanese container shipping line ONE can now report a positive result for the first three months of its 2019 financial report, which have just ended.

Last year was a long struggle for the shipping line and its CEO, Jeremy Nixon, who found himself repeatedly referring to the teething problems that were especially caused by a difficult merger of the container activities of NYK, MOL and K Line.

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