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ONE adds new service connecting Middle East, India and Mozambique

Singaporean container line Ocean Network Express (ONE) has unveiled a new addition to its network connecting the Middle East, India and Mozambique.

The new MIM (Mozambique - India - Middle East) service will directly link Jebel Ali, Mundra and Maputo and will provide a new gateway option to hinterland markets in South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe.

The MIM service starts from the sailing arriving at Mundra on 20 May 2022 for West Bound and the sailing at Maputo on 22 May 2022 for East Bound.

ONE's new service will have a bi-weekly frequency and the following rotation: Jebel Ali – Mundra – Maputo – Jebel Ali

ONE MIM service map

"This new service will enhance ONE’s network and provide our customers more flexibility to
Mozambique and hinterland countries," said the company in a statement.





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