[photopress:logistics_hapag_lloyd.jpg,full,alignright]TSK Line has launched a new joint India-China service with Germany’s Hapag-Lloyd (seen here), Thailand-based Regional Container Lines (RCL) and South Korea’s Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM).
Five ships of around 2,700 TEUs each will be traveling the route New joint India-China service by the end of month — two from TSK and one each from the other partners.
The port rotation is Xingang, Qingdao, Ningbo, Shekou, Singapore, Port Kelang, Mumbai-Nhava Sheva and Pipavav.
At the same time RCL, Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines and feeder line Sea Consortium are to upgrade their South Korea-China-Straits-India service by replacing five ships of 1,790 TEUs with 2,500 TEU vessels but, at the same time, dropping South Korea from the route.
Source: CargoNews Asia
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