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CULines launching new China-Southeast Asia service

Photo: CU Lines CULines vessel in port
Chinese feeder service provider China United Lines (CULines) is opening up a new service connecting South China-Southeast Asia.

In partnership with Interasia Lines, CULines will launch the new South China – Vietnam – Thailand service in mid-March, named as ‘SVT’ and ‘SCT2’ by the respective partners.

Therre will be  two boxships deployed on the service calling at Nansha, Chiwan, Ho Chi Minh City (Cat Lai), Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Nansha. The first 1,756 teu Interasia Vision is scheduled to start the first sailing when it departs from Bangkok on 14 March.

This new ‘SCT2’ will provide CULines with a second weekly loop connecting South China and Thailand, which currently serves this route with two 1,900 teu containerships.


TAGS: Asia