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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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Richard “Dick” Craig

Craig Named President and CEO of MOL America

(America) Inc. up to one of the most efficient and productive organizations within MOL Liner in the last 10-plus years. I believe Dick is ideally suited to continue to drive the company forward, build on its potential and realize its intrinsic value in order to accomplish and exceed our goals under the MOL Group’s “STEER FOR 2020” mid-term management plan.” Craig, currently the executive vice president, sales and operations of MOL (America) Inc., joined MOL (America) Inc. in April 2003. He earned his undergraduate economics degree from the University of Illinois and an MBA in

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MOL Group Eyes Talents for Its GROWWW Program

 GROWWW, MOL Group’s award winning recruitment and development programme is looking for talents again in 2017.    Fresh graduates and young professionals with up to one year experience who plan their career with one of the largest corporations in the Central Eastern European region will have a unique opportunity to pursue their goals.    In line with the MOL Group 2030 strategy, the company looks to the future and aspires to provide the best and most desirable services to people on the move, and in order to achieve these goals, MOL Group needs new and open-minded

MOL Names Nakamura as SVP Transpacific, Caribbean and Latin Trade

. He earned his undergraduate bachelor of law degree from Waseda University and has also held positions in container operations; import and export sales; sales, planning, and corporate operations; ports and terminals; liner planning; and marketing. Nakamura has served these roles in a variety of MOL Group companies, including MOL, Ltd., MOL (America) Inc., MOL (Asia) Ltd., and MOL (Japan) Ltd.  

A commemorative shot of graduates with guests. Photo: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

MOL Holds Graduation Ceremony for Filipino Seafarers

. Always think about how, not in a passive manner, you can create positive results and take action. Through your jobs, aim higher to become the seafarer you aspire to be, and increase your value." He then introduced "MOL CHART," which was established as a set of common values that MOL Group employees permanently inherit.   The program received accreditation as the equivalent to university-level education under the Academe-Industry Linkage Program (AILP) promoted by the Philippine government. Selected students study at the MOL training institute and aboard MOL-operated vessels

MOL Global Management College topics encourage innovative thinking and lively discussion.

MOL Launches 'Global Management College'

; from head office and overseas subsidiaries,  promoting management skills to drive future innovation. Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced that the company launched a program on August 4 to train candidates for the next-generation of executive management, targeting employees who work in MOL Group companies all over the world. The participants of the “MOL Global Management College” totaled 20, including eight national staff from subsidiaries and 12 from the head office. MOL’s business fields have been expanding in step with economic globalization. This program helps

Active discussions in small groups. Photo: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

MOL Launches 2017 Session of 'One MOL Global Management College'

the in-house training program "One MOL Global Management College was launched on September 4.  One MOL Global Management College started in 2014 with the aim to improve management skills in a cross-cultural environment and develop the next generation of executives who will be leaders in the MOL Group's global management.    The 2017 session marks the fourth year MOL has offered the program. In response to today's global marketplace, the program targets not only employees in Japan, but also personnel from overseas subsidiaries who represent the future of the MOL Group. This year

General Manager of Human Resources Division Miwako Ando giving a speech in opening ceremony

MOL Offers Management Training Program

. today announced that "MOL Global Management College, 2016" was launched on September 5. MOL Global Management College started in 2014 with the aim of improving management skills in cross-cultural environments and developing next generation executives who will be in the forefront of the MOL Group's global management. This year marks the third session of the program. In response to today's global marketplace, the college targets not only employees in the Head Office, but also personnel from overseas subsidiaries who represent the future of the MOL Group. This year, the college will begin

MOL's Masaaki Nemoto: Image courtesy of MOL

MOL Philippine Maritime Students Graduate

to win customers’ trust. This is always our top priority in every circumstance. All of you, always bear in mind that you are on the front lines helping us ’become the world leader in safe operation.’"   Form more information contact: Koichi Asada, General Manager, Seafarer Group, Marine Safety Division Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd., Email: sfgmo@molgroup.com    

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