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Asia box lines launch joint Southeast Asia – India service

Wan Hai Lines, Korea Marine Transport Co. and Interasia Lines will launch a new Southeast Asia - India Service VIII on 26 April.

The service will be operated by four container vessels with a nominal capacity of 3,000 TEUs. Wan Hai Lines will deploy two boxships, while Korea Marine Transport Co. and Interasia Lines will operate one vessel each.

The maiden voyage of the service will commence from Malaysia's Port Kelang on 26 April and the service will have a 28-day fixed round trip schedule.

The port rotation of the new service will be Jakarta (Indonesia) – Surabaya (Indonesia) – Singapore – Port Kelang North Port (Malaysia) – Mundra (India) – Nhava Sheva (India) – Port Kelang North Port - Jakarta

Wan Hai Lines said it is confident that the new service will provide customers with better frequency and service coverage between Southeast Asia and India.

Antonis Karamalegkos
Managing Editor

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