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CNC Line expands services between China and SE Asia

CNC Line expands services between China and SE Asia

Taipei: Cheng Lie Navigation Co (CNC), part of the CMA CGM Group, is strengthening its position in the intra-Asian trades by upgrading its existing China-SE Asia service and launching three new services.  The moves are designed to "allow CNC to cope with further growth in volumes in the coming months" and "provide customers with enhanced reefer service between North China and South East Asian ports," comments Robert Sallons, CNC Liner Department General Manager.

The existing China 1 service will henceforth deploy four vessels with a nominal capacity of 2,700teu - replacing the fleet's current 1,700teu vessels - with the following rotation: Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Xiamen, Hong Kong, Manila (ATI & ICT), Jakarta, Surabaya, Hong Kong (MID & HIT), Qingdao.

In addition, three new services are being introduced as follows: 
 
o The NCX service between North China and Vietnam, starting June 25, will offer quick transit times for cargo moving between North China and Vietnam as well as full coverage of Pearl River Delta ports via Hong Kong. It will be served by three vessels with a nominal capacity of 1,700teu offering over 200 Reefer plugs per week. Rotation: Dalian, Xingang, Qingdao, Lianyungang, Hong Kong (HIT & MID), Shekou, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong (HIT & MID), Dalian.
 
o The CHT service linking Korea and China to Thailand, starting June 26, will offer fast direct transit times from North China to Thailand and will complement CNC's existing CTS service thanks to the addition of new calls at Xiamen, Hong Kong HIT (Southbound) and Bangkok. It will be served by three vessels with a nominal capacity of 1,700teu. Rotation: Incheon, Qingdao, Shanghai, Hong Kong (HIT), Laem Chabang, Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Hong Kong (HIT), Xiamen, Incheon.
 
o The HBS service from North China to Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, starting July 3, will provide CNC's customers with a direct connection and competitive transit times from North China to Indonesia and on the way back from Singapore/Port Kelang to North China. It will be served by four vessels of 2,700teu. Rotation: Dalian, Xingang, Qingdao, Shekou, Hong Kong (HIT), Jakarta, Port Kelang, Singapore, Tanjung Pelepas, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Dalian.  [25/06/10]

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