The containership with the load of 104 school backpacks left the Port of Nagoya on May 9 and arrived at Laem Chabang Port on May 17. On May 26, a presentation ceremony was held at the school. Atsumi Rotary Club participated in it, leaving comments, “Till now, the students have suffered from carrying heavy and big cloth tote bags, filled with textbooks. However, they have become full of smiles obtaining the backpacks instead.”

MOL takes a proactive stance in social contribution activities that are unique to an ocean transport company with a global network.

Source: MOL
2017-06-14

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