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Stack of K Line vessel "Vincent Thomas Bridge"
K Line container on the road in Belgium
This article refers to a Japanese shipping company. For other meanings, see K-line (disambiguation).

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (川崎汽船株式会社 Kawasaki Kisen Kabushiki-gaisha?){{#invoke:Category handler|main}}, also referred to as "K" Line, is one of the largest Japanese transportation companies. It owns and/or controls large cargo ships, including dry cargo ships (bulk carriers), container ships, container terminals, liquefied natural gas carriers, ro-ro ships and tankers.

It is the sixteenth largest container transportation and shipping company in the world.


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Stack of K Line vessel "Vincent Thomas Bridge"
K Line container on the road in Belgium
This article refers to a Japanese shipping company. For other meanings, see K-line (disambiguation).

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (川崎汽船株式会社 Kawasaki Kisen Kabushiki-gaisha?){{#invoke:Category handler|main}}, also referred to as "K" Line, is one of the largest Japanese transportation companies. It owns and/or controls large cargo ships, including dry cargo ships (bulk carriers), container ships, container terminals, liquefied natural gas carriers, ro-ro ships and tankers.

It is the sixteenth largest container transportation and shipping company in the world.


K Line sections
Intro   History   10 Ships to be manned by Filipinos   Others   References  External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: History
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