Today, businesses are faced with problems such as rapidly changing technology, infinite competition and uncertainty of economic growth. To solve these problems, many companies are trying to strengthen their competitiveness by sharing resources and profits, spreading the risk of large-scale investment through collaboration. In particular, logistics companies are sensitive to changes in the economy. The Korean shipping industry has been in a state of crisis since the 2008 global financial crisis, with the ongoing recession and prolonged oversupply and shipping depression. Korea's international freight transport accounts for more than 90% of the import and export volume. These maritime transports are linked to the land and the cargo is transported in the form of multimodal transport. Containers carry these cargoes and are transported to their destination through various logistics bases in the form of composite transportation using transportation means such as ships, automobiles, and railways. Globally, 30 container shipping companies are paying about $ 20 billion a year for repositioning of empty containers. This is due to the imbalance in world trade and mainly to relocate public containers to Asia. The introduction of folding containers in maritime transport can be one of the solutions to this problem. Because Jeju Island is geographically island, Korea must use sea or air transportation in economic activities with the inland, and logistics cost is relatively high. Therefore, in order to improve the competitiveness of the region or to achieve the goal of implementing Jeju as an eco-friendly island, it is necessary to utilize the logistics related resources as much as possible to reduce costs and minimize the environmental pollution. In addition to its environmentally friendly features, folding containers are also recognized as a means of reducing total logistics costs such as marine transportation and land transportation. This study proposes the use of folding containers for marine transportation between Jeju and Mokpo, and analyzes the economics through various scenarios when folding containers are operated. Based on the conclusions, Various suggestions are also presented.