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Evergreen Shipping launches new China-India-Pakistan route!

Sohangwang https://www.sofreight.com/news_64699.html 2023-09-22 14:25:04

Evergreen Shipping launches new China-India-Pakistan route!

Recently, Evergreen Shipping announced that in order to adapt to market demand, optimize and upgraderoutes, it has launched a new China-India-Pakistan route CIX4 to further enhance the service scope.


According to reports, the new India-Pakistan route specifically refers to the route from the Bay of Bengal to countries along the Arabian Sea. The main countries are India and Pakistan, but also include Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives and Nepal.

The sequence of ports of call for the CIX4 route is: Shanghai-Ningbo-Shekou-Singapore-Klang-Navasheva-Mundra-Karachi-Klang-Singapore-Haiphong-Shanghai.

NO.2 Maersk launches refrigerated container railway service in northern India

Maersk is to launch a refrigerated-only container rail service between northern India and Nhava Sheva Port to boost its ability to capture more export volumes. The first train journey from Dadri ICD (Inland Container Depot) is scheduled for August 21.

According to Maersk (India), this new service is the first refrigerated export service connected via Nhava Sheva and is designed to serve ME2 (India-Middle East). Officials also said it will be a regular weekly intermodal service with a capacity of 90 TEU per train trip, noting that this brings greater reliability to customers dealing with trade in perishable/time-sensitive goods . "A complete cold chain is critical to our customers," the company said.

NO.3 MSC withdraws from acquisition of Livorno Container Terminal

Shipping company MSC has decided to withdraw its interest in acquiring Dalsena Tuscany Terminal (TDT) in the Italian port of Livorno. Obstacles from competition regulators appear to be the most likely reason for the decision.

It is worth noting that msc’s port operating company Terminal Investment Limited (TIL) announced the acquisition of the container terminal in January, but based on recent developments, the deal appears to have fallen apart.

Luciano Guerrieri, chairman of the Port System Authority of the Northern Tyrrhenian Sea (Adsp), said: “Whatever the reasons that led MSC to withdraw its offer, while hoping for a possible resumption of negotiations, the potential of the Port of Livorno remains intact,” Italia 24 reported. constant.".

NO.4 SF Airlines has increased its number of all-cargo aircraft in operation to 84
Recently, SF Airlines used B747-400 all-cargo aircraft to launch the "Shenzhen = Port Moresby" international cargo route. A batch of electrical equipment flew from Shenzhen to Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, on the first flight. It will be put into use later. Construction of local infrastructure projects.

In terms of cargo transportation, SF Airlines customizes personalized guarantee plans for customers to support domestic private enterprises in their engineering construction and industrial layout in Papua New Guinea. Currently, the number of all-cargo aircraft in operation by SF Airlines has grown to 84.

NO.5 Amazon restarts its shipping department to compete with UPS and FedEx

Amazon.com Inc. has reportedly relaunched an outside shipping service to compete directly with FedEx and UPS. The company confirmed on Friday that Amazon Shipping is now available in the United States.

The service handles packages sold on Amazon.com, as well as items from other websites and sales channels. A spokesperson said merchants must also sell on Amazon.com to be eligible for the service.