Corporate Information History

  • September 1988
    Founded as Mardecs Ltd.
  • September 1995
    Moves headquarters to Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • December 1995
    Increases paid-in-capital from 5 million yen to 100 million yen
  • January 1996
    Changes the company name to M.O.Marine Consulting,Ltd.
  • April 1996
    Installs visual simulator and introduces shiphandling training
  • April 1999
    Becomes wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) as a result of merger of Navix Line Ltd. and MOL.
  • April 2000
    Merges with NAVITECO LTD. and NAVIX MARINE SAFETY SERVICES CO.,LTD. as M.O.Marine Consulting Ltd.
  • May 2002
    Upgrades simulator to meet requirements of IMO STCW95
  • December 2002
    Installs a second bridge to provide simulation with interactive trainings between two bridges.
  • October 2005
    Certified as an institute to provide training for Pilot Exemption Certificate (PEC) shiphandling simulator training course by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
  • April 2007
    Opens Kansai Office in Kaigan Dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe
  • April 2010
    Changes the company name to MOL Marine Consulting, Ltd.
  • June 2012
    Renews a full-mission bridge simulator with 360º and downward views
  • April 2013
    Opens Kyushu Office in Moji-ku, Kita-Kyushu
  • December 2013
    Entrusted by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. to provide crewmember training
  • May 2014
    Obtains the certificate of Class NK on "Ship Simulator and Bridge Teamwork with Bridge Resource Management".
  • July 2014
    Opens Hiroshima Office in Matoba-cho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima
  • October 2014
    Merges with MOL Cable Ship Ltd.
    Changes the company name to MOL Marine Co., Ltd.
  • December 2014
    Obtains the certificate of DNV GL on "LNG Carrier Standard Training Course".
  • October 2018
    Obtains the certificate of DNV GL on "Maritime Training Providers (DNVGL-ST-0029)".
  • April 2019
    Starts ship management support of research vessel "HAKUHO MARU" owned by JAMSTEC.
  • April 2021
    Merges with MOL Engineering Ltd.
    Changes the company name to MOL Marine & Engineering Co.,Ltd.
  • June 2021
    Moves headquarters to Tranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • May 2022
    Obtains the certificate of The Nautical Institute (Headquarters: UK), on DP Training Courses.
  • June 2022
    Opens MOL DP Training Center