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Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line)(TSE:9101) is Japan's leading marine, land and harbour transporter. Agency of marine and land transportation, warehousing, combined transportation by sea, land and air. Marine-related business developer. Vessel dealer. Operations are carried out through the following divisions: MARINE TRANSPORTATION: overseas shipping services, vessels leases, shipping agency; PASSENGER TRANSPORT: passenger marine transport; SHIPPING-RELATED BUSINESS: harbour transports, wholesales of vessel equipment; DISTRIBUTIONS: warehousing, land transport; OIL SALES: oil wholesales and retails; REAL ESTATE: real estate rental and leasing; OTHERS: data processing services, travel agency. Marine transport accounted for 64% of fiscal 2001 revenues; distributions, 17%; shipping-related business, 8%; oil sales, 5%; passenger marine transport, 3%; real estate, 1% and other, 2%.



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