Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. provides ocean shipping services in Japan, North America, Europe, Asia, and internationally. The company operates through Dry Bulk Business, Energy Transport Business, Product Transport Business, and Associated Businesses. Its fleet consists of dry bulk carriers for the transportation of iron ore, coal, grain, wood, wood chips, cement, fertilizer, and salt; crude oil tankers; product tankers that transport refined petroleum products, such as gas oils, naphtha, and gasoline; chemical tankers that transport liquid chemical products; methanol tankers that transport methanol; and LPG tankers that transport liquefied petroleum gas; and liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. The company's fleet also includes specialized car carriers that transport passenger cars and construction machinery; containerships that transport electric products, automotive parts, clothes, furniture, food products, and other products; streaming coal carriers; and ferries and coastal RoRo ships. It operates 857 vessels, including 337 dry bulkers; 173 tankers; 83 LNG carriers; 7 offshore business vessels; 119 car carriers; 14 ferries and coastal RoRo ships; 91 containerships; and 2 other vessels, as well as a cruise ship. In addition, the company operates container terminals in Japan and internationally; floating storage and regasification units; and floating production, storage, and offloading systems, as well as offers logistics services, such as air and ocean freight forwarding, trucking, warehousing, and heavyweight and oversized cargo transport. Further, it is involved in ocean shipping related businesses comprising tugboat operation, land transport, warehousing, maritime consulting, travel, office building leasing, property management, finance, trading, insurance, ICT systems, temporary staffing, supporting an oil stockpile project, nautical charts, and other businesses. The company was founded in 1884 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.