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Challenging the Future
Chapter 1. UTOC's tradition, Port Business, Logistics Business, and Plant Business

  • Playing time: About 6 minutes
  • Look back at UTOC's history, which began in 1890, through pictures. Also included are videos of different sites, introducing the port, logistics, and plant businesses that make up UTOC today.

Challenging the Future
Chapter 2. 3 Business cooperation, special work, commitment to safety, and social contribution efforts

  • Playing time: About 4 minutes
  • This video introduces our work conducted in cooperation among our three businesses, special work, safety efforts, and social contribution initiatives, which are signs of the trust placed in UTOC.

Tokyo International Container Terminal Connects the World

  • Playing time: About 15 minutes
  • We produced the video in cooperation with Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. and it introduces Tokyo International Container Terminal.
    We introduce a flow of handling and the import and export in the terminal with the video of the dynamic containership and apparatus.

Bridging-works at Kokubugawa River, Kochi (1st)

  • Playing time: About 5 minutes
  • This is a time-lapse video of Bridging-works at Kokubugawa River, Kochi (1st) on February 15, 2017.
    This difficult construction was carried out in two parts and we took full advantage of the equipment through careful preparation and cooperation between conductors and operators.

Bridging-works at Kokubugawa River, Kochi (2nd)

  • Playing time: About 5 minutes
  • This is a time-lapse video of Bridging-works at Kokubugawa River, Kochi (2nd) on March 2, 2017.
    This difficult construction was carried out in two parts and we took full advantage of the equipment through careful preparation and cooperation between conductors and operators.

Replacing Gantry Cranes at the Tokyo International Container Terminal

  • Playing time: About 2 minutes
  • We replaced gantry cranes at the Tokyo International Container Terminal between February and March 2015. We used a fixed-point camera to record the replacement work using barges.
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