From Kansas City to Kobe, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (the "K" Line) carries freight to and from ports worldwide. Japan's first pure car carrier, the company operates a fleet of nearly 450 vessels that transport coal, grain and iron ore, in addition to automobiles, crude oil, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). Its fleet includes containerships, bulk carriers, car carriers, and tankers and has a carrying capacity of more than 38 million deadweight tons (DWT). "K" Line also operates marine and rail terminals and offers logistics, freight forwarding, and warehousing services. The company was established in 1919.
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- ASSETS (MIL USD) 9,264
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- TICKER SYMBOL 9107
- Year Started 1904
- Incorporated 1919
- FISCAL YEAR END MAR
- NET INCOME GROWTH 1962.92%
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ATSUO ASANOExecutive Vice President
YUKIO TORIYAMASenior Managing Director
KAZUHIKO HARIGAISenior Managing Director