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MITSUI OSK Line’s MOL Attraction recently made its maiden call at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) flagship operation. MOL Attraction, which has a capacity of 1,150 TEUs, joins MOL Harmony, MOL Grace and MOL Bright for MOL’s Bangkok-Laemchabang-Manila- Nagoya-Pusan-Shimizu-Tokyo-Yokohama service. MOL Philippines is the local agent of Mitsui OSK Lines. Photo shows John Jayobo, (far right) ICTSI operations superintendent, awarding the commemorative certificate to Capt. Greg Sazon, (3rd from left), vessel master. Also in photo are Jason Noceto (far left), MOL terminal manager and Samuel Sioson, MOL representative.

MITSUI OSK Line’s MOL Attraction recently made its maiden call at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) flagship operation. MOL Attraction, which has a capacity of 1,150 TEUs, joins MOL Harmony, MOL Grace and MOL Bright for MOL’s Bangkok-Laemchabang-Manila- Nagoya-Pusan-Shimizu-Tokyo-Yokohama service. MOL Philippines is the local agent of Mitsui OSK Lines. Photo shows John Jayobo, (far right) ICTSI operations superintendent, awarding the commemorative certificate to Capt. Greg Sazon, (3rd from left), vessel master. Also in photo are Jason Noceto (far left), MOL terminal manager and Samuel Sioson, MOL representative.

MITSUI OSK Line’s MOL Attraction recently made its maiden call at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) flagship operation. MOL Attraction, which has a capacity of 1,150 TEUs, joins MOL Harmony, MOL Grace and MOL Bright for MOL’s Bangkok-Laemchabang-Manila- Nagoya-Pusan-Shimizu-Tokyo-Yokohama service. MOL Philippines is the local agent of Mitsui OSK Lines. Photo shows John Jayobo, (far right) ICTSI operations superintendent, awarding the commemorative certificate to Capt. Greg Sazon, (3rd from left), vessel master. Also in photo are Jason Noceto (far left), MOL terminal manager and Samuel Sioson, MOL representative.

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