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ModusLink Expands Czech Solution Center to Meet New Client Needs

Strategically located value-added warehouse and distribution center plays critical role in global consumer electronics supply chains

Opening Ceremony of ModusLink’s Expanded Czech Solution Center in Brno, Czech Republic Picture l-r : Oliver Pospíšil, Deputy of Mayor City of Brno; Bill McLennan, President Global Operations, ModusLink; Michal Hasek, President of South Moravia Region Image Source: ModusLink Global Solutions, Inc.

WALTHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May. 31, 2012– ModusLink Global Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ:MLNK), a global leader in supply chain management, has extended the capacity at its Brno, Czech Republic Solution center, one of ModusLink’s five operational sites in Europe. The 32,000 square meter production hall enables ModusLink to provide value-added warehousing, distribution, multichannel fulfilment, returns management and other critical supply chain capabilities to global technology, communications, consumer packaged goods and medical device companies.

The Brno Solution Center was established in 2005 and is enabled with a wide range of value-added services, including digital content management, media replication, on-device printing and multiple packaging options. It operates as a strategically located distribution center to more than 120 countries, a returns center to support customer needs, and has recently been positioned as a shared-services hub for ModusLink’s European operations offering centralized supply chain planning and financial management processes.

John Heffernan, general manager for ModusLink in Brno believes the expansion, driven by new client wins, is a testimony to the strategic value of ModusLink’s services and the position that Central and Eastern Europe plays in today’s global supply chains. “We offer an alternative integrated services model that can be less costly than a pure South East Asia manufacturing solution. When supplemented by efficiencies gained with lean sigma processes, logistics and packaging optimization, we are able to help clients achieve up to a double digit cost and inventory saving. We are excited to be able to offer this solution to more clients with the expanded facility.”

Bill McLennan, ModusLink’s president of global operations, underscores the strategic value of operations in Central and Eastern Europe for clients in a variety of industries. “As clients in the high-tech, communications and medical device verticals need to become more demand-driven, the capabilities offered by ModusLink here in Brno become a critical tool in leveraging the low-cost manufacturing footprint of South East Asia, while maintaining the flexibility to meet local customer needs throughout Europe. Our global footprint and reliable, flexible infrastructure are key reasons why the world’s leading companies outsource their supply chain management challenges to us.”

About ModusLink Global Solutions

ModusLink Global Solutions, Inc. designs and executes global supply chain and e-Business strategies that drive revenue growth, reduce cost and enhance the customer brand experience for the world’s leading companies. Our factory supply, warehousing, postponement, fulfilment, returns management, value recovery, e-commerce, customer care and digital rights management solutions are delivered across a footprint of 30 Solution Centers in 15 countries. By leveraging our more than 30 years of experience in a variety of vertical markets and industries, ModusLink clients can react quickly to shifting market dynamics that impact the end-to-end product lifecycle. For more information about ModusLink’s reliable, flexible and sustainable solutions, visit or, the blog for supply chain professionals.

This release contains forward-looking statements, which address a variety of subjects including, for example, the impact of the additional capacity on the Company’s integrated service offering, and the ability to offer the service to more clients. All statements other than statements of historical fact are forward-looking statements. The following important factors and uncertainties, among others, could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in these forward-looking statements: the Company’s success, including its ability to expand its operations, depends on its ability to execute on its business strategy and the continued and increased demand for and market acceptance of its products and services; and the Company’s management may face strain on managerial and operational resources as they try to oversee the expanded operations. For a detailed discussion of cautionary statements that may affect the Company’s future results of operations and financial results, please refer to its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q. Forward-looking statements represent management’s current expectations and are inherently uncertain. We do not undertake any obligation to update forward-looking statements made by us.

ModusLink Global Solutions is a trademark of ModusLink Global Solutions, Inc. All other company names and products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Modus Link Building, Brno, Czech Republic

Additional Resources are available as follows:

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Brochure: ModusLink Corporate Overview

Case Study: HP Experiences Cost Savings and Exhibits Environmental Responsibility Through Sustainable Supply Chain Solutions

Video: See ModusLink’s Configuration Capabilities In Action

Operations at Modus Link, Brno, Czech Republic


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CKYH Alliance to Restructure Asia – U.S. East Coast Services

May 9, 2012

The CKYH Alliance (COSCON, “K” Line, Yang Ming, and Hanjin Shipping) will restructure five of their current Asia-U.S. East Coast loops as of May 2012. AWE-6 is scheduled to resume from middle of May 2012 replacing AWE-5 which was suspended during winter season. These changes enhance comprehensive service network between Asia to U.S. East Coast while offering customers competitive sailing frequency, transit time and service coverage so as to fulfill customers’ needs.

The details of CKYH Asia – U.S. East Coast services are as follows:


  • Port rotation: Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – New York – Wilmington – Savannah – Pusan – Ningbo

(27 days from Ningbo to New York)

  • Vessels deployed: nine 4,024TEU class vessels by Hanjin Shipping
  • No change


  • Port rotation: Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Yokohama – New York –Boston – Norfolk – Qingdao

(27 days from Qingdao to New York)

  • Vessels deployed: nine 4,200-5,100TEU class vessels by COSCON
  • Effective date: May 15th, 2012


  • Port rotation: Hong Kong – Yantian – Kaohsiung– Shanghai – Pusan – Savannah – Charleston – Wilmington – Hong Kong

(27 days from Yantian to Savannah)

  • Vessels deployed: nine 4,250TEU class vessels by Yang Ming
  • Effective date: May 20th, 2012


  • Port rotation: Ho Chi Minh – Shekou – Hong Kong – Yantian –Singapore – New York – Norfolk –Savannah – Singapore – Ho Chi Minh

(24 days from Yantian to New York)

  • Vessels deployed: nine 5,500-6,600TEU class vessels (“K” Line 6, Yang Ming 1, Hanjin Shipping 2)
  • Effective date: May 29th, 2012


  • Port Rotation: Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai – Busan – Savannah – Norfolk – Charleston – Yantian

(28 days from Yantian to Savannah)

  • Vessels deployed: nine 4,000TEU class vessels (COSCON 3, “K” Line 2, Yang Ming 1, Hanjin Shipping 3)
  • Effective date: May 18th, 2012

For further information, please contact:

Fumiyoshi Sato

Manager, Planning Team, Containerships Strategy Group

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.

Tel: +81-3-3595-5341 Fax: +81-3-3595-5288

Geodis Wilson Inks Contract with BIC

Amsterdam & Dubai – 8th May, 2012

Geodis Wilson, the leading global freight management company and freight forwarding arm of the Geodis Group, has been selected by the world renowned stationery and multi-product manufacturer, BIC as a logistics partner in Dubai, UAE. Geodis Wilson will perform a variety of warehousing and logistics functions for the multi-national. The contract, between BIC Middle East & Africa (BIC MEA) and Geodis Wilson, is for a two-year duration.

Commenting on Geodis Wilson’s successful business acquisition, the Company’s Supply Chain Manager for the UAE Ram Padmanabhan said, “We are, of course delighted to partner with such a global brand as BIC and have already begun to exhibit the high level of customer service, reliability and efficient integration of logistics functions, for which Geodis Wilson is well-known.  We look forward to working with BIC for the duration of this contract and for many years to come.”

BIC is a world leader in the supply of pens, stationery, lighters, shavers and promotional products.  For sixty years now it has been committed to providing high-quality, affordable products to consumers throughout the world. BIC’s net sales in 2011 topped Euros 1,824 million and its merchandise is sold in 160 countries.

As part of its contract with BIC, Geodis Wilson will provide services that include; product unloading, reception and inspection; inventory administration and storage; stock-keeping, order preparation and documentation; dispatch packaging, loading and distribution.  The countries served will include BIC markets throughout the Middle-east and the sub-continent.


About Geodis Wilson and the Geodis Group

Geodis Wilson is a leading global freight management company. With 7,300 employees in more than 50 countries the company delivers tailor-made, integrated logistics solutions to customers enabling them to operate as ‘best in class.’ Geodis Wilson is the freight forwarding arm of Geodis Group which became part of the French rail and freight group SNCF in 2008. With its 46.000 employees in 120 countries ‘SNCF GEODIS’ ranks among the top 7 companies in its field in the world.

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Dachser now also present in Malaysia

Kempten/Kuala Lumpur, 7 May 2012. Dachser is continuing to pursue its worldwide expansion course and established a joint venture in Malaysia at the beginning of May.

The services provided by Dachser Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. range from air and sea freight business to customs clearance and other logistics services. Via its new joint venture partner, the company is also able to offer special transports. It is planned in the short term to employ a staff of 15 for the joint venture between Dachser and the Malaysian entrepreneur Ah Seng Tan (holdings in Multitrans, Megalift). The head office and at the same time first branch office are located in Petaling Jaya, near the capital Kuala Lumpur. There are also plans to open a second branch office.

“In Malaysia we are now present in another Tiger State following Singapore and Thailand, enabling us to develop both international and inner-Asian freight services for the benefit of our customers,” stresses Thomas Reuter, managing director Dachser Air & Sea Logistics. With the new country organization Dachser is expanding its service portfolio in the Asian-Pacific basin. Reuter adds: “Thanks to years of experience and sound knowledge of the local markets, our joint venture partner provides access to established local contacts and in-depth knowledge from the word go”.

Huned Gandhi, CEO of Dachser Malaysia

CEO of Dachser Malaysia is Huned Gandhi, a former member of the Dachser India management team. He reports to Detlev Janik, chief regional director South/South-East Asia, who is based in Singapore.

Dachser is present in Asia with branch offices in Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand and recently announced its growth strategy for the Dachser Air & Sea Logistics business field. The company aims to extend its presence to 220 locations in 49 countries by 2017.

In 2011, the internationally operating logistics provider generated total revenue of EUR 4.3 billion. 21,000 staff working in 315 profit centres worldwide handled 49.3 million consignments weighing a total of 37.1 million tonnes.

First Class of “K” Line Students Graduate from Crystal e-College

May 8, 2012

The first class of 23 “K” Line students has graduated from Crystal e-College, which is a mercantile marine college affiliated with our company, on April 11. The graduates will be candidates for senior officer.

A large number of attendees, including Senior Managing Executive Officer Capt. Masami Sasaki, Managing Director of Taiyo Nippon Kisen Mr. Shinsei Nakanishi and the President of “K” Line Ship Management Co., Ltd., Mr. Satoru Kuboshima, presented at this ceremony.

“K” Line gives examinations to recruit high-achieving students. The students take lectures at the college for 3 years and onboard training for one year. The students are provided with “K” Line’s own curriculum in addition to the college curriculum, and onboard training on vessels managed by in-house ship management companies in accordance with “K” Line’s own Cadet Training Program, “K” Line’s aim being to develop them into efficient senior officers.

The graduates will take the pre-onboard training at the “K” Line Maritime Academy (Philippines) after obtaining a seaman’s competency certificate. Thereafter they will embark on vessels managed by in-house ship management companies as a trainee and be engaged in the operation of a vessel as actual seafarers one year later.

The securing of reliable seafarers is one of the most important challenges for safety operation. We will continue to accelerate progress towards securing and fostering good seafarers to fulfill our safety standards.

For further information, please contact:

Captain Gakuro Hosomi

Manager of Seafarers Policy Team, Marine Human Resources Group

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd

TEL: 81-3-3595-5654   FAX: 81-3-3595-5151

Dachser reinforces its presence in the Czech Republic

Expansion of the logistics facility near Prague

Kempten/Kladno, 3 May 2012. In Kladno near Prague, where once steel from the Poldi steelworks was stored, excavators are now digging for Dachser: the logistics provider is expanding its existing facility with the addition of a new transshipment hall for industrial goods and ambient foodstuffs. At the same time a spacious, four-storey office building is also being built to accommodate Dachser’s head office in the Czech Republic.

Dachser is investing a sum in the region of 9.1 million euros in the approximately 57,000-square-metre expansion site. The new transit terminal will provide around 3,600 square metres of space for industrial goods and approximately 585 square metres for foodstuffs. A maximum of 38 trucks, five for food logistics, can dock at the same time for loading or unloading. The new buildings will be ready for occupation by November 2012. The two existing warehouses for industrial goods and food will continue to be used, so that upon completion of the construction work 14,500 square metres of logistics space will be available in total.

“However, space is not the only decisive factor. Above all we are currently investing in further enhancing our service quality, which is the prerequisite for future growth,” says Petr Kozel, Managing Director Dachser Czech Republic.

“The Czech Republic is our location in the heart of the European markets. It is therefore very important for the Dachser network with its pan-European, precision-timed freight services,“ comments Michael Schilling, Managing Director European Network Management & Logistics Systems at Dachser. “With the expansion of the Kladno branch office, we are laying the foundation for sustained further growth of one of our most dynamic country organizations.”

Dachser is present with its European Logistics, Food Logistics and Air & Sea Logistics business fields at a total of eight locations in the Czech Republic. The Czech country organization employs a staff of 310 employees.


About Dachser:

In 2011, the internationally operating logistics provider, Dachser (, generated total revenue of EUR 4.3 billion. 21,000 staff working in 315 profit centres worldwide handled 49.3 million consignments weighing a total of 37.1 million tonnes.

Photo Note:

Attached is a JPG image showing the following people at the memorial stone ceremony:

From left to right: Jan Pihar, Dachser branch manager Kladno; Martin Drábek, President Association of Forwarding and Logistics of the Czech Republic (SSL); Miroslav Bernášek, Deputy Mayor of Kladno; Michael Schilling, Managing Director European Network Management & Logistics Systems at Dachser; Petr Kozel, Managing Director of Dachser Czech Republic



NEC, Birmingham – 2nd May 2012

The first day of Multimodal 2012 – the only event for all sectors of the UK and Irish transport and logistics industries – saw a 24% increase in numbers attending, with over 2,000 visitors and exhibitors through the doors.

Many exhibitors reported visitors flocking to their stands, and several commented that it was the most effective event of its kind they had attended. “This is certainly the most popular Multimodal event we have been to”, said Zoe Arnold, UK Strategic Sales Manager for global transport and logistics operator DSV. “Multimodal always gives us a very good mix of visitors – not just potential new customers, but existing ones with whom it’s important to cement relationships. Multimodal provides an excellent forum for both.”

This year’s Multimodal has attracted a strong contingent of exhibitors from overseas, and from emerging markets.  Aztek International and Austria-based Cargo Partner, who provide a comprehensive door-to-door freighting service to and from Eastern Europe, Russia and the Ukraine, said the rate and quality of enquiries had been excellent, and even on the first two hours of day two, many important new contacts had been made. Also picking up new leads for business to Russia were Vnukovo Cargo, based at Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport, which they were promoting as Moscow’s new cargo gateway.

Closer to home, several  port and transport operators from France had a strong presence at the show, including the Ports of Calais and Boulogne, the Port of Normandy Authority, and Dunkerque Port, as well as Ubifrance, the French Trade Commission.  Dunkerque Port was one of the founding exhibitors at Multimodal, and has been at the event every year since.  Dunkerque’s Inland Transport Manager  Guy Bourbonnaud sees Multimodal as a key element in the port’s marketing: “The UK is our number one market, and with so many UK interests in the port, it is essential we have a strong presence in the UK. Multimodal has gone from strength to strength every year, and is now vital for us in acquiring new and consolidating existing business.”

Another founding exhibitor is the UK’s PD Ports, who operate portcentric warehouse logistics in the Teeside area, importing goods for distribution in the north of England. PD Ports have been at Multimodal every year, and have already booked their stand at next year’s exhibition. Business Development Director Geoff Lippitt saw Multimodal as a good opportunity to promote PD Ports’ activities to new and existing customers: “We’re refreshing our portcentric business and are using Multimodal to launch our brand new website. We’ve enjoyed a very successful period over the last four years, and we now have 4 million square feet of portcentric warehousing in the UK – a message we want to communicate to the freighting community.”

Multimodal is also a popular forum for bringing new technological innovations to the market. Fargo Systems for example have launched a major extension of their intermodal rail software, with new versions of their ‘TOPS’ container transport and ‘CYMAN’ container terminal management programmes. The company says that both systems aim to promote the use of rail freight and take intermodal management to a new level.

During day two of the event, the Shippers’ Voice held well-attended seminars on a variety of subjects. The morning began with the environment in mind, starting with a seminar by the Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG) on decarbonising the maritime supply chain, followed by Green Freight Europe (GFE) on CO2 benchmarking in road freight and the green-carrier shop. The afternoon sessions concentrated on cost savings for logistics and transport; recruiting, training and staff retention in the supply chain; and the need for getting the right insurance in the expanding logistics services market.

Trade Extensions’ Briefings proved very popular with Multimodal visitors too. Subjects covered included a case study in the use of the Trade Extensions e-sourcing programme by Franҫois Zehr of Cabot Corporation Ltd; Keeping Your Transport Contracts Current by Peter-Paul Mulder of Mars Incorporated; the Connected Carrier (integrating and exchanging data) by Jo Godsmark of Labyrinth Logistics Consulting; and an examination of container shipping market outlook, freight rates and index-linked contracts by Philip Damas of Drewry Shipping Consultants.

“From the very positive feedback we’ve had from exhibitors, visitors and presenters alike, it’s fair to say that the fifth year of Multimodal has proved the most successful ever in terms of bringing members of the transport and logistics communities together and promoting business”, commented Multimodal Director Robert Jervis. “Today has seen even more visitors through the doors, and I’m confident we are going to end up with a record attendance by the close of the show. It is a credit to all the organisers and exhibitors who have worked hard for the success of the event.”


To find out more about Multimodal 2012 please visit

Join Multimodal on the Twitter site at

Also read the latest Blogs and News at

About Multimodal:

Multimodal is taking place from 1st to 3rd May, 2012 at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Multimodal has attracted a large group of exhibitors and visitors from across the whole spectrum of freight transport, logistics and supply chain service providers than it ever has before.

Multimodal 2012 is the only UK event that brings together all sectors of freight transport under a single roof.  The Seminars and Briefings which are an integral part of the event, have scheduled an enlightening and thought-provoking range of topics, tackled in an interactive fashion by panels of experts or as briefings presented by representatives from centres of excellence. Topics range from insight into the media, customs, container shipping trends, container swaps, security, reducing empty loads and ports’ role in adding value, to e-sourcing, collaborative logistics, supply chain optimisation, key performance indices (KPIs) and logistics data analytics.

We look forward to welcoming you to Multimodal 2013 at NEC, Birmingham from 23-25 April.

Media Contact:

Robert Jervis, Event Director,

Clarion Events Limited

Tel: +44 (0) 207 370 8373



NEC, Birmingham – 1st May 2012

Multimodal 2012, the only UK and Irish event for all sectors of the freight and transport industries, opened today 1st May 2012 at Birmingham’s NEC with a record number of exhibitors. The organisers say that the show has grown by 20% in this, its fifth year, and offers visitors a wider range of suppliers, modes and transport routes to choose from than ever before.

The feedback from exhibitors on the first day of the show was that the quality of visitors and the contacts they were making was of a very high calibre. First-time exhibitors at Multimodal, Hamburg-based Hapag-Lloyd, said they had already made a number of highly valuable contacts in the first two hours of the show. “This is certainly one of the most well-organised and best looking shows we’ve attended”, said Susana Schmidt-Papenheim of Hapag-Lloyd. “It is an excellent place to showcase our services, as very many of our most important customers are here.”

Another first-time exhibitor at Multimodal was the UK’s Network Rail. “We’ve been making significant improvements to the rail network over recent years, and we saw Multimodal as an excellent opportunity to demonstrate what we are doing to encourage freight to switch to rail”, said their spokesman. “We have close links with freight operators and ports, so it made sense for us to be here – the missing piece in the jigsaw if you like!”

Also at Multimodal for the first time were Europe’s largest independent wagon-hiring company, VTG from Germany, who were exhibiting their Ecofret container wagon – the first time it had been shown to the public. This new concept in rail-based container transport enables the optimum number of containers to be loaded onto a train, by using wagons of 40 and 20 foot lengths, rather than the normal 60. This increases train container capacity, and reduces gaps between containers, resulting in less turbulence and consequent savings in fuel.

Packaging specialists All Seas Global Logistics were also newcomers to Multimodal, and their Project Manager David Christie was impressed. “We had already picked up some very good new contacts before 12 o’clock”, he remarks. “We’d been visiting the show ever since it first started, and as it seemed just to keep on growing, we thought now was the right moment for us to be part of the action as exhibitors. There’s a good reason why companies large and small invest in Multimodal, and that’s because we can see it brings tangible results.”

Regular exhibitors at Multimodal Invest in Doncaster were also pleased with the numbers and calibre of visitors, whom they welcomed to their stand with portions of Huntsman’s Pie – a local speciality. “We’ve had a lot of interest from firms looking to set up business in the Doncaster area” said Invest in Doncaster’s Tim Hazeltine. “We always come to Multimodal, and I can say that this year’s show is an improvement even on the two previous ones.”

Shippers’ Voice Seminars on the first day proved immensely popular, with the Seminar Theatre packed to capacity. Subjects covered by the series included SuperPort Centric Logistics from the retailer’s perspective; a panel of experts explaining the uses of cloud software as a service to the supply chain; customs and trade compliance; and a look at maintaining Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status.

At the same time, Trade Extensions offered a series of briefings, starting after lunch with “From CO2 to CO3” – a look by Dr Andrew Palmer of Heriott-Watt University at ways of reducing empty running and maximising vehicle fill. This was followed by a presentation by Garry Mansell of Trade Extensions on the buying processes associated with sourcing complex categories such as logistics, entitled “Sourcing Optimisation – Extracting Value from Complexity”.

Multimodal Director Robert Jervis thanked the exhibitors for their vote of confidence in the event. “Not only have we more exhibitors than ever before, it’s clear from what they say that Multimodal 2012 has got off to a flying start. I’d like to thank all those who have returned to the event this year, and welcome the many new exhibitors we have too. I am confident that Multimodal will once again prove the year’s most important event for the UK and Irish transport and logistics industries.”


To register and find out more about Multimodal 2012 please visit

Join Multimodal on the Twitter site at

Also read the latest Blogs and News at

About Multimodal:

Multimodal is taking place from 1st to 3rd May, 2012 at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Multimodal has attracted a large group of exhibitors and visitors from across the whole spectrum of freight transport, logistics and supply chain service providers than it ever has before.

Multimodal 2012 is the only UK event that brings together all sectors of freight transport under a single roof.  The Seminars and Briefings which are an integral part of the event, have scheduled an enlightening and thought-provoking range of topics, tackled in an interactive fashion by panels of experts or as briefings presented by representatives from centres of excellence. Topics range from insight into the media, customs, container shipping trends, container swaps, security, reducing empty loads and ports’ role in adding value, to e-sourcing, collaborative logistics, supply chain optimisation, key performance indices (KPIs) and logistics data analytics.

Media Contact:

Robert Jervis, Event Director,

Clarion Events Limited

Tel: +44 (0) 207 370 8373


“K” Line Announce Change of Directors

April 27, 2012

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line) has decided following changes in its board meeting held today , subject to approval at the Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on June 26, 2012:


  1. 1. New Appointments

New Position

Name Present Position

Shunichi Arisaka Executive Officer
Outside Director Eiichiro Kinoshita Director of Nagoya Railroad Co., Ltd.

  1. 2. Retirement
Present Position Name

Director Kenjiro Takenaga
Outside Director Takashi Kobayashi

For further details, please contact :

Makoto Arai, General Manager, IR & PR Group

Tel: +81-3-3595-5189      Fax: +81-3-3595-5001

“K” Line announce Financial Highlights for F2011

27 April 2012

On behalf of our client Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd, (“K” Line) we are pleased to send you notification of their Financial Highlights for F2011.

English version:

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This is also available to download from their website :

Also available from the website is a  PDF copy of  “K” Line’s Review of Medium-Term Management Plan – “K” LINE Vision 100 : Bridge to the Future