MOL Announces Launch of New China Service

Press Release
Thursday, February 07, 2013

MOL Liner Ltd. (MOL) has announced its new China – Middle East Express, departing Ningbo on 11th March 2013.

 

MOL will offer an additional weekly service by joining the existing service operated by APL (American President Lines). The service will be operated by 6 vessels and MOL will provide one (1) Post Panamax ship (Mv. “MOL Tyne”).


In addition to the present services, MOL will be able to enrich service coverage as well as frequency between China and Middle East.


MOL is committed to meet the customer needs by providing high-quality services and variety of port coverage.

 

  • CMX Port Rotation: Ningbo - Shanghai – Hong Kong – Chiwan – Singapore – Jebel Ali – Abu Dhabi – Sohar – Singapore – Nansha - Xiamen - Ningbo
  •  Frequency: Weekly (Turn Round 42days by 6 vessels)
  •  Commencement: Mv ”APL Minneapolis” 025W calling at Ningbo on 11th March, 2013
     
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