Evergreen, Wan Hai Lines Enhance Asia Services

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Evergreen Line has reached an agreement with Wan Hai Lines to exchange slots on Evergreen's NSA/NSB services, as well as Wan Hai's KSS/KVS services with effect from Feb. 22, 2009.

The agreement between the two Taiwanese ocean carriers will enhance Evergreen's service network in the intra-Asia trade.

The impacted services have the following port rotations:The NSA service rotation is as follows: Osaka - Kobe - Iwakuni - Moji - Hakata - Taipei - Taichung - Kaohsiung - Nansha - Shekou - Hong Kong.

First Sailing: Uni-Perfect 1183-084S estimated arrival in Osaka on 2/28/09

The NSB service rotation is as follows: Kaohsiung - Taichung – Taipei - Hong Kong - Pasir Gudang - Tanjung Pelepas - Penang - Port Kelang - Tanjung Pelepas - Singapore - Manila First Sailing: Ital Onore 1179-021S estimated arrival in Kaohsiung on 2/22/09

The KSS service rotation is as follows: Penang - Port Klang - Pasir Gudang - Singapore - Hong Kong - Kaohsiung - Keelung - Inchon - Kwangyang - Pusan- Keelung- Kaohsiung- Hong Kong- Singapore- Port Klang-Penang.

First Sailing: Wan Hai 313 S039 estimated arrival in Inchon on 2/27/09

The KVS service rotation is as follows: Inchon - Kwangyang - Ulsan -Pusan - Keelung -Taichung-Hong Kong-Ho Chi Minh - Kaohsiung -Taichung- Keelung- Inchon .The service sector for slot exchanges is from South Bound: Hong Kong- Ho Chi Minh & North Bound :Ho Chi Minh – Kaohsiung

First Sailing: Wan Hai 202 S267 estimated arrival in Hong Kong on 2/27/09

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