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53
China Shipping
(China)
MOL
(Japan)
NYK
(Japan)
COSCO
(China)
K Line
(Japan)
AP Moller-Maersk
(Denmark)
Frontline
(Norway)
Teekay Shipping
(Canada)
BW Shipping
(Hong Kong)
0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200
0 10 20 30 40 50 60
0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 20,000
Dynacom Tankers
Frontline
MOL
NYK
Zodiac
Teekay Shipping
Euronav (UK)
OSG
Angelicoussis Group
MISC
14,020
Golar LNG
MOL
NYK
K Line
AP Moller-Maersk
Evergreen
NOL
Hanjin
OOIL
MISC
Frontline
Teekay Shipping
OSG
Pacific Basin
0 20 40 60 80 100
MOL in the Industry
MOL operates a large and balanced
oceangoing fleet.
In terms of its total fleet size and
presence in individual market
categories, MOL ranks among the
world’s largest shipping companies.
Source: Companies’ published data
As of April 2007
World Major Carriers’ Fleets (All Vessel Types)
DWT
Number of vessels
(number of vessels)
(million deadweight tons (DWT))
MOL Fleet Composition FY2006 (Consolidated)
Dry bulkers Tankers
289 (256) 38 (36) 40 (40) 115 (99)
Tankers
Source: Clarkson Tanker Register 2007
As of January 2007
(thousand deadweight tons)
World Major Carriers’ Revenue Portfolio by Segments
(Containerships include container terminals /agency businesses.)
Source: MOL calculation based on each company’s financial statements (2006.1-12).
Bulkships Containerships Other businesses
(%)
9 (7) Vessels
26,239 (22,605) 1,780 (1,671) 10,796 (10,557) 3,988 (3,308) 138 (114)
Thousand
deadweight tons
Bulk carriers Wood chip carriers Crude oil tankers Chemical/Product tankers Heavy lifters
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Shoei Kisen
MOL
NYK
K Line
Zodiac
K.G. Jebsen
Cardiff Marine
Enterprises Shipping
Nissen Kaiun
Hanjin Shipping
11,408
0 3,000 6,000 9,000 12,000 15,000
284
Wan Hai
Maersk Line
MSC
CMA-CGM
Evergreen
Hapag-Lloyd
CSCL
COSCO
Hanjin Shipping
NYK
APL
OOCL
MOL
K Line
Yang Ming
Zim
Hamburg-Süd
CSAV Norasia
HMM
PIL
0 1,800 1,500 1,200 900 600 300
Golar LNG
0 10 20 30 40 50
MOL**
Shell
MISC
NYK
39
Total
Car Carriers
(number of vessels)
Source: MOL internal calculation
As of April 2007
Dry Bulkers
(thousand deadweight tons)
Source: Clarkson Bulkcarrier Register 2007
As of January 2007
LNG Carriers
Fleet under management or majority of ownership
(number of vessels)
Source: MOL
As of April 2007
** Participation in projects operating 80 vessels of the total 344 in the world
including those to be delivered by early 2010
LPG carriers
LNG carriers Others (Ferries and Others)
7 (6) 58 (54) 44 (43) 803 (728)
Containerships by TEU Capacity
(thousand TEU)
Source: MDS Transmodal “Containership Databank,” April 2007
As of April 2007
0 20 40 60 80 100
Höegh
NYK
MOL
K Line
EUKOR
WWL
85
Containerships Car carriers
109 (94) 94 (93)
Figures in parentheses show
FY2005 results.
Incl udi ng spot-chartered
ships and those owned by
joint ventures.
As of March 31, 2007
Note: Figures in the graphs
of the five vessel types do not
match data in MOL Fleet
Composition due to discrep-
ancies between the calcula-
ti on methods of external
organizations and MOL, and
other reasons.
287 (227) 4,129 (3,737) 170 (165) 53,329 (47,705) 4,376 (3,944) 1,425 (1,377)
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