NYK Line

NYK Line

NYK Line, or Nippon Yusen Kaisha, is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The company offers services from global logistics to bulk shipping. NYK Line was founded in 1870 as Tsukumo Shokai Shipping and remains one of the world’s largest shipping lines.

NYK Line’s currently operates more than 800 vessels including container ships, woodchip carriers, car carriers, LNG carriers and reefer carriers. Its container ship fleet comprises more than 100 vessels, both owned and chartered, with a total capacity of more than 450,000 TEUs (20-foot-equivalent units). The company has 240 offices in 27 countries.

12 Jul 2014
Wan Hai Lines plans to upgrade its intra-Asia service network by joining the West India-China direct service (WIN) operated by a consortium of NYK Line, X-Press Feeders, Hapag-Lloyd and Yang Ming Lines.
28 Aug 2013
Port Everglades recently celebrated the first vessel call of the Grand Alliance’s Gulf Atlantic Express (GAX) service.
21 Aug 2013
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has announced that 12 shipping lines and 448 vessels have enrolled in its Clean Vessel Incentive program since it launched on Jan. 1, 2013.
05 Aug 2013
The members of the G6 Alliance will modify their trade route between the Far East and the Black Sea or east Mediterranean, starting week 36.
NYK Line vessel
31 Jul 2013
NYK Line reported its net income in the first quarter of 2013, ending June 30, 2013, was 8.6 million Japanese yen (about US$87.7 million)...
30 Jul 2013
NYK Line, “K” Line, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines and six other maritime car transporters have been accused of fixing prices on carrier services in a lawsuit filed by Manaco International Forwarder, Bloomberg reports.