To enrich the lives of people around the world through maritime shipping
As a Global Leader in the Maritime Transport Industry strive to continue to deliver reliable and sustainable marine transportation and logistics solutions
KLPL’s key environmental goals are to improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and maintain high safety standards to ensure our business operations do not negatively impact the environment and global biodiversity (land, air or ocean). We aim to be the industry leader in ecosystem protection and support the decarbonization of society by facilitating the supply and transportation of clean energy fuels.
Our social goals are to ensure we provide a safe, inclusive and culturally diverse working environment where all employees are respected and are rewarded fairly and according to merit. In addition to offering such a working place in Singapore, we aim to positively contribute to local communities through philanthropic activities and offering our time and expertise to local community- based projects. We aim to uphold the same ethical standards throughout our supply chain both upstream (our suppliers) and downstream (our customers).
We seek to maintain an environment of trust, transparency and accountability within KLPL’s operations. To this end, we apply rigorous standards regarding legal compliance relevant to all regions in which we operate, and all staff and Board members adhere to a strict Charter of Conduct, including a strict anti-corruption and data protection policy and principles of corporate ethics. We also implemented a risk management system and business continuity plan.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE) and Electric Power Development Co., Ltd. (J-POWER) have decided to install the “Seawing”
The signing ceremony for bare boat charter and time charter contracts for two 7,500m3 liquefied CO2 ships between Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE) and Northern Lights JV DA was held in Stavanger, Norway on 10th February 2023.
“K” LINE and 22 companies from energy, mining, power utility, chemical, terminal, shipping, shipbuilding, manufacture, bunkering, and classification society established “Joint Study” framework for studying common issues on ammonia (NH3) as an alternative marine fuel beyond industry boundaries
On March 12, the “CENTURY HIGHWAY GREEN”, a car carrier fueled by LNG (liquefied natural gas) that had been under construction at Tadotsu Shipyard Co., Ltd., part of the Imabari Shipbuilding Group, was delivered to “K” LINE.