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MOL’s response towards COVID-19

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Tokyo-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd (MOL) has recently announced that it will raise the maximum number of employees working from the office up to 50%, effective 19 June 2020, which is an increase from the current 30%.

In addition:

  • A ‘behaviour guideline’ will be implemented to MOL employees in order to prevent infection and the spread of the new coronavirus during commute and while at work.
  • The company has resumed the head office reception service to welcome guests, business partners and related parties.
  • In line with the government of Japan's lifting of restrictions on outings, shifts to Step 2, domestic business trips will be resumed from 19 June 2020, based on mutual agreement with the party the company will visit.

The company will continue to give top priority and to ensure the safety of its officers, employees and related parties, and will respond flexibly according to the government policies to prevent the spread of infection. At the same time, MOL will gradually shift to a working system that balances business continuity with the new lifestyle.

In order to avoid inconvenience to its business partners and related parties, the company will build a new working environment and system.

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