“K” Line Pte Ltd’s Car Carrier Group operates our dedicated AATS terminal (Asia Automobile Terminal Singapore) at Pasir Panjang, PSA which enhances cargo operations, increases efficiency and heightens safety. The Car Carrier Group is also responsible for MAFI trailers and tug master managements in South East Asia.

As the Regional HQ for damage prevention in ASEAN, Indian Ocean, Middle East and South Africa, we prioritize safety in cargo operations both onshore and on-board. Safety standards are constantly observed and practiced rigorously to achieve the highest quality in damage prevention, a hallmark of an excellent carrier.

Inaugurated in 2016 by “K” LINE, the Drive Green Highway is equipped with the world’s latest environmental technologies that reduce NOx and SOx emissions. In her immense 200 metre long and 37.5 metre wide hull, there are 13 decks comprising about 67,000 square metres where as many as 7,500 cars can be loaded.

The variable deck heights also enable accommodation of various high and heavy cargo. The Drive Green Highway marks a new era in “K” LINE’s mission to contribute to a sustainable future and environment protection, which is in line with our Environmental Vision 2050 of achieving near zero emissions.

 Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE) held its global conference for car carrier business. The goals of the conference are to discuss medium- and long-term strategies for car carrier business, promote human resource development for maritime shipping professionals around the world and exchange views and ideas. Twenty-four local staff members and representatives from six major overseas offices participated in the conference, which was divided into themed sessions: operation and transportation quality on September 19 and 20, and sales and strategy from October 10 to 12.

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