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Hapag-Lloyd and Regional Container Lines announce service cooperation connecting China and Subcontinent

March 8, 2011

Hapag-Lloyd and Regional Container Lines (RCL) will start a new weekly service from China and Korea to Sri Lanka, India and Pakistan to be operated under the name CIS (Hapag-Lloyd) and RCI (Regional Container Lines) respectively.

Hapag-Lloyd and Regional Container Lines (RCL) will start a new weekly service from China and Korea to Sri Lanka, India and Pakistan to be operated under the name CIS (Hapag-Lloyd) and RCI (Regional Container Lines) respectively. The service offers direct and reliable connections on fixed day sailings between the major ports in these countries. The first departure from Qingdao will commence from the beginning of April with the following port rotation:

Qingdao • Xingang • Busan • Shanghai • Da Chan Bay • Singapore • Colombo • Nhava Sheva • Karachi • Singapore • Qingdao

Each partner will deploy three ships with an effective capacity of approximately 2.000 TEU each.

Source: Hapag-Lloyd



 
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