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Zim adds Kaohsiung to Asia - US East Coast service
Thursday, 09 November 2017 01:52

Zim has added a call in Kaohsiung, Taiwan to its Asia – US East Coast service.

The Israeli line is adding Kaohsiung to its Seven Stars Express Service from 3 November.

With the addition of the Taiwanese port Zim will be offering a unique product connecting Kaohsiung and Wilmington in the US. It will offer a premium product for Taiwanese exporters to Savannah and Wilmington.

“The new call is part of Zim’s ongoing efforts to improve and enhance our portfolio on the Asia-US East Coast trade and cater for market needs,” the container line said.

The Seven Stars Express Service is operated solely by Zim with eleven 5,000 teu vessels.

The new rotation of the service will be: Kaohsiung – Da Chan Bay – Yantian – Cai Mep – Port Kelang – Colombo – New York- Norfolk – Wilmington – Savannah – Port Kelang – Kaohsiung.

 
RCL, Gold Star, KMTC, TS Lines and SM Lines launch China - Pakistan - Middle East service
Monday, 06 November 2017 03:36

Regional Container Lines (RCL), Gold Star Line, KMTC, TS Line and SM Line, are launching a new service connecting China, Pakistan and the Middle East.

Dubbed the RCL Pakistan Middle East (RPM) service by the Thai company the service will be operated by six vessels of 5,000 – 6,500 teu range.

The service’s port rotation will be Xingang – Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Shekou – Port Klang – Colombo – Karachi – Jebel Ali – Colombo – Port Klang – Singapore – Xingang.

The service’s maiden voyage will be on 17 November departing Xingang on a Gold Star vessel. It will be followed by vessels from KMTC, SM Line, TS Line, Gold Star Line and RCL in that order.

Charlie Chu, evp of business for RCL said the new service would be an industry first connecting Xingang to Pakistan and the Middle East.

“The RPM will allow more completeness to RCL’s pan-asia strategy in providing a comprehensive suite of shipping services to our customers who seek a strong Asia presence,” he said.

 
RCL launches Thailand - South China - Philippines service
Monday, 30 October 2017 02:51

Regional Container Lines (RCL) is launching a new service linking South China, the Southern Philippines and South Thailand.

The service known as RSS will call Songkhla – Hong Kong – Shekou – Manila – Songkhla, with the first service inaugurated from Songkhla on 22 October. The 1,018 teu Bani Bhum and the 818 teu Yossa Bhum will be deployed on the service.

“RCL has been involved in the South China to Philippines trade for some years now and we think that now is the right time for us to deploy our own assets in this trade to serve the needs of both our COC (carrier owned containers) and SOC (shipper owned containers) customers. The Philippines in the past several years has been amongst the best performers economically here in South East Asia,” said Charlie Chu, evp business for RCL.

He added: “The extension of this loop to Songkhla will further serve the needs of our COC and SOC customers in South Thailand who are looking for a second sailing.”

 
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