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“K” Line to support ocean transportation to Republic of El Salvador



Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line) has today announced that it has provided free ocean transportation of two used fire engines donated by the Japan Firefighters Association to Republic of El Salvador. The free transportation is at the request of Ms. Martha Lidia Zelayandia, Ambassador of El Salvador to Japan, for
supporting ocean transportation of these vehicles to El Salvador, where there has long been a shortage of fire engines.

Since their appointment as Honorary Consul of El Salvador in 1969, “K” Line decided to continue the tradition of free transportation of ambulances and fire engines, such as those donated by Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture in 2014 -http://www.kline.co.jp/csr/news/detail/1201701_1694.html.

On Thursday April 16, with the cooperation of Daito Corporation, an affiliate company of “K” Line, the vehicles were loaded onto “K” Line’s pure car carrier (PCC) at Yokohama and they will arrive at the port of Acajutla, El Salvador in early May.

“K” Line hopes it may continue to contribute to the reinforcement of firefighting operations in El Salvador.

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