About MOL Techno-Trade, Ltd

Providing added value by utilizing the MOL Group network

As a technical-specialized trading company in the MOL Group, one of the world’s largest shipping companies, we respond to all needs of the maritime industry with our technical expertise and proposal capabilities. Leveraging our long-cultivated know-how, group network, and spirit of ‘challenge’, we promise to meet our customers’ needs and provide further added value.

Deploying six business ventures that sustain the present and the future of the maritime industry

We set up the new mid-term management plan, Techno-Trade “NEXT 10”, and reorganized our business into six categories to enable us to demonstrate our know-how and expertise in a comprehensive manner. We will keep growing our existing business by utilizing our on-site capabilities and technical knowledge. Meantime, we will challenge new business and explore new products, and will lead the future of maritime industry.

Propeller Boss Cap Fins (PBCF), Adopted by Vessels around the World

PBCF is one of our representative products, which contributes to the reduction of the environmental impact of ships by reducing fuel consumption. This propeller efficiency improving device developed by a group of companies led by MOL was launched in 1987 and is now adopted by more than 4,000 vessels around the world with many improvements. While more and more energy-saving products continue to develop, PBCF, as a reliable and proven product, has been supported by our customers as ever.

Group-wide Environment and Safety Initiatives

As a leading company in the environment, the MOL Group has further strengthened its efforts to reduce environmental impact. MOL Tech has established an environmental conservation policy and obtained Eco Action 21 certification. Please refer to the Environmental Policy Statement page for details.

Furthermore, we support MOL’s realization of “the world’s highest level of safe operation,” and our staff on land and at sea work together to achieve the MOL Group’s safety targets,such as “Four Zeroes” (zero serious marine incident, zero oil pollution, zero fatal accident, and zero serious cargo damage).”