New Evergreen Service Link China, Australia and Taiwan

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Evergreen Line, Pacific International Lines, Sinotrans and Yang Ming have announced cooperation in the China, Taiwan, and Australia trade commencing from Ningbo on June 7, 2013.

The China-Australia-Taiwan (CAT) service will be operated with six vessels of 4,250 TEU. Evergreen Line and Yang Ming will be contributing two vessels each while Pacific International Lines and Sinotrans providing one vessel each.

The vessels will be calling at the following ports on a weekly basis: Ningbo, Shanghai, Shekou, Kaohsiung, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Kaohsiung and Ningbo.

The four ocean carriers look forward to enhancing the quality of their services provided through this new loop.

www.evergreen-line.com
 

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