NYK


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AcronymDefinition
NYKNew York Knicks
NYKNippon Yusen Kaisha (shipping company)
NYKNehru Yuva Kendra (Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports; India)
NYKNot Yet Known
NYKNippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd. (Japan)
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In accordance with its medium-term management plan Staying Ahead 2022 with Digitalization and Green, the NYK Group will continue its efforts to provide stable and economical energy-transport services in the shuttle tanker and offshore businesses.
NYK said the order is in response to demand for transporting cargos such as wind turbine blades, large pieces of equipment or entire plants.
TDG and NYK, one of the world's oldest shipping firms, are developing a financial technology platform called MarCoPay, which will be launched in January next year.
MarCoPay, the brainchild of NYK and TDG, comes in the form of an app, which is targeted to launch in January 2020.
Conditions in the maritime shipping market were positive overall during the nine-month period of the fiscal year ending March 31," said the NYK statement accompanying the results.
has acquired approximately 11,000 chassis fleet of the North American division of Japanese shipping and logistics company NYK Line Inc., the company said.
In 2014, ENGIE, Mitsubishi Corporation, and NYK concluded a framework agreement for a partnership to develop LNG bunkering services.
Therefore, NYK has implemented this project to help familiarize students with vessel operations and life aboard so that informed career choices can eventually be made.
Ahmedabad: The Gujarat Pipavav Port (GPP) Ltd, private-sector operator of less-known Pipavav port, has tied up with NYK Auto Logistics (India) Pvt Ltd for setting up a roll-on-roll-off (Ro-Ro) auto terminal at the all-weather port.
NYK Group has already invested in the car terminal in Almaty by acquiring a 100 percent share in Tranko-Terminal, the largest terminal and logistics operator.
The agreement was signed by APM Terminals Bahrain with Nippon Yusan Kysha (NYK), a Japanese company, and Hanjin Shipping, a Korean company in Singapore.
The agreement was signed by APM Terminals Bahrain with Japanese company Nippon Yusan Kysha (NYK) and Hanjin Shipping, a Korean company in Singapore.