Thailand’s Regional Container Lines (RCL) is revamping and restructuring a number of services with its partners.

Regional Container Lines (RCL) is continuing its expansion to serving smaller feeder type ports in India with a new service between Port Klang, Malaysia and Calcutta.

Higher fuel costs hit Regional Container Lines (RCL) last year dragging the company into the red.

Bangkok-headquartered Regional Container Lines (RCL) is splitting its service between Singapore and Sihanoukville, Cambodia and Songkla, Thailand into two.

Regional Container Lines (RCL) is splitting its service from Singapore to Palembang and Pasir Gudang into two increasing the frequency of calls.

Wan Hai Lines has announced the launch of a new China-India Service, while RCL has entered a slot exchange arrangement with Inter Asia Lines (IAL) on its new China to Chennai service.

Regional Container Lines (RCL) is launching its first service from Colombo to Tuticorin.

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.

Bucking the trend in boxshipping Thai-listed Regional Container Lines (RCL) reported an improved profitability in 2015 despite carrying lower volumes.

Regional Container Lines (RCL) is partnering with Yang Ming Line on a service that connects South China, Northern Vietnam with Myanmar.

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