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Yang Ming, Line Bot Service is launched

Yang Ming has introduced the LINE BOT service for providing needed information via LINE instant messaging software.

Functions currently available on Yang Ming LINE BOT Global include:  cargo tracking, vessel tracking, point to point search, agent and office information, other services and contact us .

Besides, customer can also type container No. or BL No. for cargo tracking and type country code or name for searching information of YM agent.

For more information visit Yang Ming or contact at [email protected].

 

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