Founded by Mr. C.Y. Tung, Chinese Maritime Transport Ltd. can trace its beginning to Shanghai in 1940’s. It is now part of a group founded by Chairman John Y.K. Peng in the early '70s in Taiwan. The group began with fertilizer trading, and grew into several businesses focused on serving the marine container industries with operations in container trucking, terminals, and manufacturing. In 1990’s, it expanded into ship owning, technology enterprises, and other investments. Listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in 1994, CMT owns and operates a fleet of Capesize bulk fleet through Singapore and Hong Kong subsidiaries. It also operates one of the largest container trucking services in Taiwan. Through subsidiary CMT Logistics Ltd. (formerly United Terminals Limited) and affiliate Associated International Inc., the company manages two inland container terminals in northern Taiwan. Currently it is primarily engaged in the provision of marine transportation, inland transportation and air transportation services. The company operates its businesses through marine transportation services, including shipping of crude oil, oil products and petrochemical products; inland transportation services, including containers transportation, containers storage and cargo warehousing services, as well as air transportation services, including the agent business of cargo, passengers, tourism business and tickets.
9/F, 15, Chi-Nan Rd., Sec.1, Taipei, Taiwan
New Taipei City; New Taipei City;
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