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Maersk Line's Improves Asia-West Coast South America network

September 26, 2016

Dean Rodin, Maersk Line Head of Latin America & Oceania.  Photo: Maersk Line A/S Video

Dean Rodin, Maersk Line Head of Latin America & Oceania. Photo: Maersk Line A/S Video

 Maersk Line's new and improved Asia-West Coast South America network gives an optimised service to Chile and Peru with faster transit times and direct connections.

 
It also offers a new service with fast and direct connection to South Asia, the company said in its press release.
 
Dean Rodin, Maersk Line Head of Latin America & Oceania trades introduced the improve AC network, between Asia and West Coast South America in a video supplied by the company.
 
Maersk Line gives faster, more consistent services that bring Asia and West Coast South America closer together.
 
The shipper has introduced a new AC1 product and improved its AC3 service loop leading to faster connections and more direct port coverage.
 
"As the only carrier in the industry that operates independently between Asia and West Coast South America, we have full control of our network. This means we’re stable and reliable, and therefore better equipped to provide you with a consistent service, ensuring you’re able to plan your transport chain without the stress so common with other services," says the press release.
 
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