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Long-Time Operational Stoppage

In an effort to become the world leader in safe operation, we measure the annual total number of operational stoppage with “long-time” being defined by three or more days. The stoppage may be due to various operational reasons, such as malfunction of vessel equipment (engine, electric equipment, etc.) or marine incidents (stranding, collison, etc.). MOL aims to reach no long-time stoppage. Due to unpredictable conditions, it has been difficult to achieve this target. We have, however, seen improvement each year.

MOL Target: Achieve zero long-time operational stoppages each year.

2017

In May 2017, there was 1 long-time operational stoppage.

In April 2017, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages.

In March 207, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages.

In February 2017, there was 1 long-time operational stoppage.

In January 2017, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages.

2016

Our final result for 2016 was 6 long-time operational stoppages - an improvement compared to 2015 (7 stoppages). In December 2016, there was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In November 2016, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In October 2016, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In September 2016, there was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In August 2016, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In July 2016, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In June 2016, there was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In May 2016, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In April 2016, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In March 2016, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In February 2016, there was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In January 2016, there were 2 long-time operational stoppages.

2015

Our final result for 2015 was 7 long-time operational stoppages - an improvement compared to 2014 (8 stoppages). In December 2015, the result was 0 long-time operational stoppages. In November 2015, the result was 0 long-time operational stoppages. In October 2015, the result was 0 long-time operational stoppages. In September 2015: the result was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In August 2015: the result was 0 long-time operational stoppages. In July 2015: the result was 0 long-time operational stoppages. In June 2015: the result was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In May 2015: the result was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In April 2015: the result was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In March 2015: the result was 0 long-time operational stoppages. In February 2015, the result was 1 long-time operational stoppage. In January 2015, the result was 2 long-time operational stoppages.

2014

Our final result for 2014 was 8 - an improvement compared to 2013. In January 2014, the result was 2 long-time operational stoppages. In February 2014, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In March 2014, April 2014, and May 2014 there were 1 long-time operational stoppage in each month. In June 2014 and July 2014 and August 2014, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages in either month. In September 2014, there were 2 long-time operational stoppages. In October 2014 and November 2014, there were 0 long-time operational stoppages. In December 2014, there was 1 long-time operational stoppage due to the weather.

Our ultimate target has always been and will continue to be “zero". Please download the PDF to see complete results for 2010 through 2015.

Long-Time Operational Stoppage Long-Time Operational Stoppage Overview

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