Press Release

April 17, 2014

TOKYO-MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd. (President: Tetsuya Minato) today announced that its subsidiary in Thailand, MOL Logistics (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (Managing Director: Tatsuya Ueki) has earned certification as an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) from the Customs Department of Thailand.

Within the MOL Logistics Group in Japan, the headquarters was certified as an AEO forwarder for international transportation, and its subsidiary M.O. Air Logistics, Inc. as an Authorized Warehouse Operator. Overseas, MOL Logistics (Netherlands) B.V. was already certified as a Full AEO (freight forwarder, customs broker, warehouse operator), and MOL Logistics (Thailand) is the second overseas group company to acquire AEO certification, following MOL Logistics (Netherlands). A subsidiary in the U.S. acquired C-TPAT certification under a system similar to the AEO program.

MOL Logistics (Thailand) expects the AEO certification to speed up customs clearance for cargoes exported from Thailand and streamline customs procedures such as document examination and inspections, through mutual approval of the Customs Department of Thailand and the customs department of the importing nation.
In addition, MOL Group company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (Thailand) Co., Ltd. [MOL (Thailand)] has already earned the same AEO certification as MOL Logistics (Thailand). The company will meet a broad range of customer needs while sharing MOL (Thailand) facilities and services.

The MOL Logistics Group continually provides thorough security management in global logistics, refines its compliance system, strives to offer an ever-higher quality of services, and helps customers enhance their supply chain operations with safe, reliable logistics services.

For further information, please contact:

Tomoichiro Fukui, General Manager
Planning & Marketing Dept.
MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd.
Tel: 03-6731-7530 Fax: 03-6867-8905
e-mail : cgo.info@mol-logistics-group.com

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March 27, 2014

TOKYO-MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd. (President: Tetsuya Minato) today announced that its subsidiary in Taiwan, M.O. Air International (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. has been renamed MOL Logistics (Taiwan) Co., Ltd., effective April 1, as part of an effort to expand logistics business in the nation.

Along with this change, the headquarters office will be relocated to the building where MOL (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. is located, effective Monday, March 31. The company’s email address (domain name) will also be changed as shown below.

Reborn with a new name, MOL Logistics (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. will strengthen and expand its service menu and develop a wide variety of total logistics services on its own, while assuming some duties of the logistics segment of MOL (Taiwan).

By bringing together group companies’ offices in Taiwan, the MOL Group create synergies that make the most of each company’s strengths, which will help develop high-quality logistics services unique to the group and expand its businesses in Taiwan.

  • 1. Name change
    • 1-1) New name:
      MOL Logistics (Taiwan) Co., Ltd.
      Previous name:  M.O. Air International (Taiwan) Co., Ltd.
    • 1-2)Date of change: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
  • 2. Change of address
    • 2-1) New address: 6F., No.71, Sec.2, Nanjing E. Rd., Taipei 10457, Taiwan
      (New TEL/FAX)  TEL:+886 2-2567-0155  FAX: +886 2-2567-1261〜2
      Both numbers will be changed.
    • 2-2) Date of relocation: Monday, March 31, 2014
      * Telephones, facsimiles, and email will not be available from 18:30, Friday, March 28, to 24:00, Saturday, March 29 during relocation. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • 3. New email address

For further information, please contact:

Tomoichiro Fukui, General Manager
Planning & Marketing Dept.
MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd.
Tel: 03-6731-7530 Fax: 03-6867-8905
e-mail: cgo.info@mo

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March 14, 2014

TOKYO—MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd. (President: Tetsuya Minato) today announced that its subsidiary in Thailand, MOL Logistics (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (MLG Thailand; Managing Director: Tatsuya Ueki) has upgraded its cross-border integrated trucking service centered on Thailand with convenient connections through ASEAN countries. Full-scale service began in early March.

Economic growth is expected to accelerate in Intra-Asia and ASEAN regions in advance of the inauguration of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015. In particular, manufacturers of components and parts have begun to rely on labor in surrounding nations. For example, many more companies will have their main plant in Thailand and branch plants in surrounding countries such as Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos. This trend will increase demand for intra-region transport such as transporting components and parts between the main plant and branch facilities.

MLG Thailand already offered a range of spot cross-border integrated trucking services between Thailand, and Malaysia/Cambodia/Laos/Myanmar. But to meet the anticipated increase in demand, the company established the Cross Border & Contract Logistics Section in November 2013 to further expand and enhance its service menu, and began full-scale service earlier this month.

MLG Thailand takes a proactive stance in expanding operations not only in its main fields of air freight, container ocean freight, and logistics, but also integrated transport and installation services of dangerous cargo, lengthy cargo, and heavyweight cargo. In many cases, cross-border overland transport can be shorter, faster, less costly, and more efficient than door-to-door ocean freight, especially in the Intra-ASEAN region. The company has already received a wide variety of inquiries from customers mainly in apparel, machinery, and infrastructure-related materials fields.

MLG Thailand continues to improve service quality in the future to support customers’ supply chains.

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Photo: MLG Thailand’s cross-border integrated service (truck)

*MLG Thailand Cross-border Integrated Trucking Service (example)
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*For inquires about rates and more details of services, please contact:
MOL Logistics (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Cross Border & Contract Logistics Section, Sales & Marketing Division
Tel: +66-2-131-0555
Rapeepong (Mr.) rapeepong@mol-logistics.co.th
Wakabayashi (Mr.) wakabayashi@mol-logistics.co.th
Kawahara (Mr.) kawahara@mol-logistics.co.th

*Reference MOL Logistics Group Business Expansion in ASEAN
Subsidiaries: Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, The Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia (seven subsidiaries)
Agent: Myanmar (one agent)

For further information, please contact:
Tomoichiro Fukui, General Manager
Planning & Marketing Dept.
MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd.
TEL: 03-6731-7530 FAX: 03-6867-8905
e-mail : cgo.info@mol-logistics-group.com

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June 27, 2013

Greeting from Our New President

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June 18, 2013

MOL Logistics (Japan) Opens Subsidiary in Indonesia

TOKYO - MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd., (Executive Director: Ko Hyodo) today announced the opening of PT. MOL Logistics Indonesia, a subsidiary providing a range of logistics services in the rapidly growing Indonesian market, on June 17.

This building in Jakarta is home to the PT. MOL Logistics Indonesia.
This building in Jakarta is home to the PT. MOL Logistics Indonesia.

Indonesia is enjoying significant economic growth and drawing attention as ASEAN’s next big production center and an emerging consumer market. The nation is positioned for continued growth in personal consumption, corporate investment, and so on. One after another, major automakers have announced plans to expand their production in Indonesia, fueling growth in both import and export cargo traffic as manufacturers of parts and components establish or expand production centers. These facility investments have also spurred demand for logistics services such as delivery and warehousing. By making its representative office in Jakarta into a subsidiary, MOL Logistics (Japan) is moving to enhance its operating base throughout the nation.

PT. MOL Logistics Indonesia will offer not only inbound and outbound air and ocean forwarding services, but also facility transport, household moving for executives being transferred to and from companies in Indonesia, and services to support production and logistics operations of companies doing business here. It will also strengthen ties with the MOL Logistics overseas network and take a proactive approach in offshore trade to expand business. Drawing upon MOL logistics’ contract logistics know-how, honed in China and other nations around the world, the company will meet ever-changing customer demands and develop services tailored to specific customer needs.

With the opening of the PT. MOL Logistics Indonesia, the MOL Logistics overseas network now has 73 offices in 64 cities and 21 nations. In Japan, the company has 21 offices in 15 cities.

The MOL Logistics Group works constantly to develop and expand its global network, further improve service quality, and support its customers' diversified supply chains

Outline

Name PT. MOL Logistics Indonesia
Paid-in Capital IDR 2,500 million (about JPY 28 million)
Representative President Director  Hiroshi Arita
Start of Operation June 17, 2013
Business Air, sea, and land forwarding, logistics, other related services, overseas household moving
Address Menara Global 10th Floor,
Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav. 27, Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
TEL No. +62-21-527-9661
Fax No. +62-21-527-0328

For further information, please contact:

Tomoichiro Fukui, General Manager
Planning & Marketing Dept.
MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd.
TEL: 03-6731-7530 FAX: 03-6867-8905
E-mail : cgo.info@mol-losigtics-group.com

 

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