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Yang Ming launches new intra-Asia service

Yang Ming continues to enhance its Intra-Asia service network by launching a new Taiwan–Japan service (JCH) effective from January 26th, 2020. The JCH service will provide weekly direct service between Kaohsiung, Osaka, Kobe and Hakata.

The launch of JCH service will expand Yang Ming’s existing services between Taiwan and Japan, namely JMV, JTC, JTS, JTX and PAS. Furthermore, the transit time between Taiwan and Japan’s Kansai region will be shortened by 1~2 days at least. With the new service, Yang Ming will be able to continuously provide customers with more comprehensive and competitive services between Taiwan and Japan.

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