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Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., also referred to as "K" Line, is one of the largest Japanese transportation company. It owns and/or controls large cargo ships, including dry cargo ships, container ships, container terminals, gas carriers, RoRo ships and tankers.
It is the sixteenth largest container transportation and shipping company in the world.
⁕Established: April 5, 1919
⁕Paid-in Capital: 29,689 million yen
⁕Business Lines: Marine transportation; insurance agency; warehousing; land transportation through transportation involving marine, land and air intermodal transportation
⁕Stock Exchange Listing: Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Frankfurt, Brussels
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