"K" Line - Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. - A long standing tradition of excellence in transportation service and reliability - From its beginnings in 1919 to its state-of-the-industry technological advancements of today, "K" Line has been dedicated to serving the shipping community. "K" Line is a worldwide integrated transportation enterprise prepared to address the challenges of an ever changing environment.
The "K" Line of today occupies a significant place in the Trans-Pacific and North American cargo trade. It operates 26 liner routes between the Far East and Europe, Central and South America, Australia, Africa and North America. A global enterprise of major proportions, "K" Line has earned it reputation as one of the world's premier shipping lines.
Long known for its emphasis on specialized service, "K" Line's Liner Service has developed exclusive advanced systems in areas including container handling, garments, and self-contained double-stack trains for refrigerated containers and other commodities. Its fleet of 337 vessels is among the most advanced in the world, and includes many new state-of-the-art containerships, tramp and specialized carriers, car carriers and tanker and gas carriers.
The distinctive red "K" Line containers are among the most sophisticated in the world. Its fleet of more than 70,000 containers is comprised of every size and description, including refrigerated and garment-on-hanger containers.
"K" Line is a fully integrated intermodal transportation company linking the entire Pacific Rim with North America and Europe. Multiple weekly fixed-day sailings between the Pacific Northwest and Southwest and the Pacific Rim as well as weekly fixed day sailings between Europe and the United States East Coast offer direct connections to "K" Line's exclusive double stack train service covering the United States, Canada and Mexico. Headquartered in Richmond, VA, "K" Line America, Inc. is the company's North American arm, serving 27 offices throughout the United States and Canada.
Whatever your cargo, whatever the fashion, "K" Line has the ability to service the world with integrated logistical services on a global scale.
Track & Trace System
Container tracking service provides a very convenient and easy to use way of tracking the current location of containers with your cargo by container number.
Real ocean freight transit time
Get to know the time in transit of cargo on popular container shipping lines between ports of loading and port of discharge.
Sea Lines Explorer
Service is designed for determination of shipping lines whose vessels put in chosen port or direction.
Container Terminals Explorer
Service is designed for determination of sealine port list.