CONTACT US

Send us a message

* Please fill in the form below.
K Line Strengthens Its China Vietnam Indonesia Service

K Line Strengthens Its China Vietnam Indonesia Service

Japanese shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has unveiled plans to launch a new containership service of China Saigon Indonesia (CSI) services.

The company said that the service will have direct port coverage from China to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam and Indonesia.

“This ensures faster transit time especially to Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta and Semarang compared with current transship product and expanded service network,” 
K Line said, adding that it would deploy a vessel by itself on the service.

A total of four boxships, with a carrying capacity of 2500 TEUs, will be deployed on the new containership service.

K Line said that the port rotation will be Qingdao (China) – Shanghai – Ningbo – Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) – Jakarta (Indonesia) – Semarang – Xiamen (China) – Qingdao.

The service is scheduled to start on December 26 from Qingdao.

Source: 
http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/209006/k-line-strengthens-its-china-vietnam-indonesia-service/

OTHER NEWS

  • Asia-North Europe Box Rates Up 7 pct
  • ZIM Broadens Asia – Pacific North West Scope
  • Alphaliner: Huge Debts Left after Hanjin Demise
  • Box lessor Textainer sinks into the red, but insists it can 'turn the corner'
  • China capable of achieving steady GDP growth in 2017: Standard Chartered
  • MSC Eyeing Stake in Ignazio Messina
  • Report: Korea Shipping to Buy Up to 10 HMM Vessels
  • CMA CGM Enhances East Med-North Europe Service
  • 2M beefs up east-west tradelane offerings ahead of new alliance launch
  • Strained shippers eyeing mergers
  • Fifth ULCV Joins Ocean Yield’s Fleet
  • Warning to forwarders as 'plug-and-play for sea freight' aims to cut them out
  • Analyst predicts Maersk will enjoy a bumper 2017
  • Amazon plans to build a $1.5 billion air cargo hub in Kentucky
  • Sudden new ocean freight tax in India confuses and annoys forwarders
  • CMA CGM Enhances Turkey-North Africa Coverage
  • MOL upgrades Amazon feeder service via MSC deal
  • 2016: Dissecting The Numbers Up And Down The Fleet
  • CMA CGM, COSCO Shipping Ports Enter Cooperation Deal
  • Yang Ming: Reports of Impending Financial Death ‘Greatly Exaggerated’
  • ILO: Global unemployment expected to rise by 3.4 million in 2017
  • Container Shipping Outlook 2017 - “Return to profitability”
  • Choo-Choo! New China-Europe Rail Link Set to Steal Air and Sea Freight Volumes
  • CMA CGM Strengthens Asia-East Coast South America Links
  • DP World Starts Operating Saint John Canada Terminal
  • PSA to roadtest autonomous truck platooning in Singapore
  • Port of Antwerp bucks regional trend as it passes 10m TEU marker in 2016
  • Maersk Line Expands Foothold in Iran
  • Maersk, Alibaba Team up to offer Online Booking
  • Alphaliner: HMM Eyes Unrealistic Target
  • Freight Rates Jump after Hanjin Collapse
  • MSC to Buy Hanjin’s Share in Long Beach Terminal
  • Hanjin’s Crisis Affects Danaos’ Earnings
  • Report: HMM Still In Race for Long Beach Terminal
  • Seaspan Corporation Buys Four Hanjin Panamaxes
  • ZIM Upgrades Services on Pacific, Atlantic Routes
  • K Line Strengthens Its China Vietnam Indonesia Service
  • Maersk Line buys Hamburg Süd