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Japan Shipping & Logistics

Yusen Logistics drives trade

Yusen Logistics is committed to Hong Kong.

The major drivers for NYK Group's logistics business, NYK Logistics and Yusen Air & Sea Service, have integrated under a single brand, Yusen Logistics.

Tuesday, 28 May, 2013, 9:55am

Quality networking in China

Opening ceremony of Hong Kong Unified Nippon Express Cargo Terminal (HUNT).

Headed by remarkable growth in China, the economies of the region remain prosperous. As Western countries continue to post minimal economic gains, the shift in global trade towards Asia is being helped by regional supply and demand dynamics. Eight of the 10 major ports in the world are located in East Asia, the largest of which is Shanghai, followed closely by Singapore and Hong Kong.

28 May 2013 - 9:52am

Matsui aims for stronger Sino-Japan ties

Shigeru Matsui, chairman

Shipbrokers act as intermediaries between shipowners, charterers, buyers and sellers of ocean-going vessels. Japan and China's ocean-going trade links remain as important as ever and understanding the opportunities to collaborate is the key to success.

28 May 2013 - 9:54am

Customers appreciate a total support company

Kentaro Tsudaka, president

Cargo ships, large deep-sea fishing boats and other types of vessels, all require their high-powered engines to run efficiently, cleanly and without incident. Established as a manufacturer of diesel-powered engines, Yamaoka Hatsudoki Kosakusho (Yanmar) is today celebrating 100 years as an international maritime leader.

28 May 2013 - 9:57am

Complete 'logistics' provider

Masahiro Aoyama, president

The most southwesterly of Japan's four main islands and the country's third-largest land mass is the island of Kyushu. With its proximity to China and the rest of Asia, Kyushu is known as the "gateway to Asia" and has developed strong trade ties with markets throughout the region.

28 May 2013 - 9:51am

Collaboration and expertise lead to maritime success

Japan continues to build on its reputation as a pioneer in the international shipping and logistics industries.

As an industrial export powerhouse, Japan has a reputation second to none. The country has manufactured every conceivable mode of transport, from green hybrid vehicles, groundbreaking Shinkansen trains, high-performance MotoGP motorcycles and even a significant portion of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

28 May 2013 - 9:56am

Closer co-operation helps strengthen maritime ties

Hiromasa Sai, president.

With the continued growth of China's shipbuilding industry, opportunities for Japanese maritime product manufacturers are on the increase. Japanese marine equipment manufacturers typically sell products directly to Chinese buyers or through distributors in China.

28 May 2013 - 9:53am

ClassNK delivers full range of services to meet client expectations

Noboru Ueda, chairman and president.

Established in 1899, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK) has developed an international reputation for safeguarding life and property at sea, preventing marine pollution, protecting the marine environment and supporting the development of "green-shipping".

28 May 2013 - 9:57am