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Maersk Line establishes presence in Iraq
Wednesday, 30 May 2012 01:40
maerskUntil very recently Iraq was seen as being too dangerous for Maersk Line to risk opening an office. Thankfully conditions are changing, and Maersk Line is determined to do its bit to both capture business for itself and facilitate growth in the local economy.Maersk Line in Iraq has a dedicated feeder, 80% reliability, fixed berthing, and unmatched (expandable) reefer capacity.Maersk Line aims to ride the economic growth in Iraq and promote our competitive products and services.
APL and PIL to launch joint service between Far East and Red Sea
Monday, 28 May 2012 01:36
aplAPL Co. Pte Ltd (APL) and Pacific International Lines (Pte) Ltd (PIL) yesterday announced the launch of a new joint service linking the Far East and Red Sea. 
In a joint statement made by both carriers, APL and PIL said the Red Sea is an important market for exporters in Central and Southern China. By providing weekly sailings from major Asian ports, as well as competitive transit times from Asia to Red Sea ports via the trans-shipment hub in Singapore, both lines are confident that their customers would be well-served with these new connections.
MSC deploys fifth vessel to its Israel Express Service
Monday, 28 May 2012 01:28
mscMediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has deployed a fifth container vessel to its Israel Express Service (IES), thus improving service frequency and reliability.
The improved MSC’s IES port rotation is: Rotterdam – Antwerp – Le Havre – Alexandria – Haifa – Ashdod – Valencia – Rotterdam.
The service will deploy 5 MSC vessels with an average container capacity of TEU 4,000 each. 
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