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ONE Ocean Network Express

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ONE Container Tracking

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ONE (Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd.) is a major new global container shipping company, that comes to market in 2018, and will offer an extensive liner network service portfolio covering over 100 countries internationally. It’s key focus will be on enhanced service and innovation, supported by a highly professional and experienced staff organization with a strong financial balance sheet.

Ocean Network Express was established on July 7, 2017 by the integration of 'K' Line, MOL and NYK. The Holding company was set up in Japan on July 7th 2017 and simultaneously a business management company was established in Singapore.

Regional headquarters have been established in Hong Kong, Singapore, UK, USA and Brazil and services are scheduled to start in April 2018.

As the 6th largest container carrier, ONE offers an expeditious and reliable network across the major trade lanes of the world.

ONE Container Tracking

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ONE emerged from the legacy of three leading Japanese liner companies, namely MOL, NYK and 'K' Line. These companies pride themselves on their service-oriented culture which is now embedded in ONE’s DNA. The integration allowed ONE to inherit the three liners’ strong market presence in major reefer markets such as North and South Americas, South Africa, Europe, the Mediterranean, Intra-Asia and Oceania.

ONE Cargo Tracking

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ONE is thriving on the combined experience of legacy Japanese shipping companies, with a strong focus on schedule integrity and on time performance which are critical for the transportation of refrigerated cargo segment. Being the third largest, young and state of the art reefer fleet in the world, ONE provides the best in class reliable “cargo care” with optimized services to meet our customers’ diversified needs.

Shipping Terms

Port of Loading means a port or place so named overleaf or any other port or place where the Goods are loaded onto the Vessel for Carriage;

Place of Delivery means a place so named overleaf or any other place where the Carrier has contracted to deliver the Goods when such place is other than the Port of Discharge;

Place of Receipt means a place so named overleaf or any other place where the Carrier has contracted to receive the Goods, when such place is other than the Port of Loading;

Port of Discharge means a port or place so named overleaf or any other port or place where the Goods are discharged from the Vessel;

US COGSA means the United States Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, 1936;

Container Specifications

DRY - This type of container is for general cargo. General cargo should not be over-length, over-width, over-height, over-weight, or in bulk. Containers are constructed of steel for sturdiness and ease of repair. 45ft containers are not generally available in all the trades ONE operates.

REEFER - This type of container is capable of maintaining the temperature of frozen, chilled or warm cargo. A refrigeration unit is built onto the nose of the container and power is provided by a motor generator (when container is on wheels), by terminal (when grounded in a yard) or by the ship (when laden on board).

Air, cold or warm, is supplied to the inside of a container via an air duct system that enters the container from the bottom. Air circulates under, over and through the load before it returns to the refrigeration unit. This circulation is repeated continuously when the unit is in operation.

In the nose of each refrigeration units are adjustable ventilation holes. At specific settings, these vents allow fresh air exchanges to avoid a build up of carbon dioxide inside the container. All fresh fruits and vegetables are living products and as a result give off heat and carbon dioxide. Vents allow this warm toxic air to be expelled from the container in order to avoid spoilage.

The most advanced reefer containers are computerized enabling highly precise temperature control. Transportation has become easier due to this type of precise control that ensures preserving the quality of foods such as meat, fish, eggs, vegetables and fruits, as well as films, plants and pharmaceuticals.

FLAT RACK - Flat racks are best suited for stowage of heavy lift, over-height and/or over-width cargo. Flat racks have collapsible end frames. Lashing rings on the bottom side rails, corner posts and floor are available to enable cargo to be secured using straps or chains.

OPEN TOP - Open tops do not have a solid roof; instead they are covered with a removable, waterproof tarpaulin that can be secured with ropes. The metal beam above the door can be opened to the right or left and can also be dismantled from the container. Lashing rings at the inside base of the container are used to secure and prevent shifting of cargo during movement. This type of container is suitable for over-height and/or lengthy cargo.

About ONE

Along with Hapag Lloyd, Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation and Hyundai Merchant Marine, ONE is a member of THE Alliance. THE Alliance is intended to provide 34 services directly calling at 81 different ports.

OCEAN NETWORK EXPRESS PTE. LTD., 7 Straits View, #16-01 Marina One East Tower, Singapore 018936

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ONE Ocean Network Express tracking statuses

Status Description
Empty Container Release to Shipper
Gate In to Outbound Terminal
Loaded on SALAHUDDIN 011W at Port of Loading
SALAHUDDIN 011W Departure from Port of Loading
SALAHUDDIN 011W Arrival at Port of Discharging
SALAHUDDIN 011W POD Berthing Destination
Unloaded from SALAHUDDIN 011W at Port of Discharging
Gate Out from Inbound Terminal for Delivery to Consignee (or Port Shuttle)
Empty Container Returned from Customer
Loaded on MOL PRESTIGE 061E at Port of Loading
MOL PRESTIGE 061E Departure from Port of Loading
MOL PRESTIGE 061E Arrival at Port of Discharging
MOL PRESTIGE 061E POD Berthing Destination
Unloaded from MOL PRESTIGE 061E at Port of Discharging
Unloaded from OOCL EGYPT 025W at Port of Discharging
OOCL EGYPT 025W POD Berthing Destination
OOCL EGYPT 025W Arrival at Port of Discharging
OOCL EGYPT 025W Depature from Transhipment Port