New Container Ship Service Between China and Cambodia

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New Container Ship Service Between China and Cambodia

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Sat Apr 13, 2019 10:34 am

Wan Hai Lines To Enhance China to Vietnam and Cambodia Services Coverage(CVK)
in International Shipping News 12/04/2019
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Wan Hai Lines is pleased to announce a new service string connects Central China to Vietnam and Cambodia. This service to be named CVK (China – Vietnam – Kampuchea) and is operating jointly with Interasia Lines.

CVK service will run on 21 days round trip, with port callings at Ningbo – Shanghai – Danang –Cat Lai, Hochiminh – Sihanoukville – Cat Lai, Hochiminh – Hong Kong – Ningbo.
The maiden voyage will be on Ningbo 30th April 2019 southbound.

The service will be the second string connecting China and Cambodia to provide clients more options, it will also strengthen Wan Hai Lines’ current services to better serve customers’ needs.
Source: Wan Hai Lines
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Re: New Container Ship Service Between China and Cambodia

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:51 am

China has six of the world’s 10 busiest container ports, spurred by booming trade and a state coffer that invests in public works
Six of the world’s busiest container ports last year were in China, stretching from Qingdao in the north to Shenzhen and Guangzhou in the south
China’s government has spent 1 trillion yuan since 2012 to expand the country’s port facilities

Daniel Ren
13 Apr 2019

On a hazy late March afternoon, Shanghai’s deputy transport commissioner announced that China’s largest commercial hub would slash handling fees and harbour dues for the second year in a row, easing the financial burden on trading companies caught by slumping commerce because of the US-China trade war.

Up to 300 million yuan worth of service feeds, loading and discharging charges and dues for Shanghai’s port and tugboats would be cut this year, adding to the 2 billion yuan (US$298 million) of reductions meted out in 2018.

“Shanghai Port is [making progress] in further optimising the business environment,” said Zhang Lin, vice director of the Shanghai Transportation Commission, during a press conference. “It is always the plan (for the authorities) to lower fees” for easing trade in the city, he said.

The move is welcome news for the shipping lines and consignors that helped catapult Shanghai to the world’s largest container port in a little over a decade. Six of the world’s 10 largest container ports last year were located along China’s coastline, stretching from the nation’s north to the south. Rotterdam, Europe’s biggest harbour, fell out of the top 10 in 2011 while Los Angeles dropped out in 2006.
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Re: New Container Ship Service Between China and Cambodia

Post by SternAAlbifrons » Tue Apr 16, 2019 5:16 pm

CEOCambodiaNews wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:51 am

Daniel Ren 13 Apr 2019
On a hazy late March afternoon, Shanghai’s deputy transport commissioner announced......
I like the way correspondent Ren slides into his Shipping News report;
"On a hazy late March afternoon....."

' Should be more of kinda thing.
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Re: New Container Ship Service Between China and Cambodia

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:31 pm

Yang Ming to launch China – Vietnam- Cambodia Service
By AJoT - October 9, 2019

In light of the strong cargo volumes in the area of China, Vietnam and Cambodia, Yang Ming announced the launch of CVK service (China-Vietnam-Cambodia Service) with effect from October 21st, 2019. The port rotation of CVK service is Ningbo, Shanghai, Xiamen, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh, Sihanoukville, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Ningbo.

This will be Yang Ming’s first service that directly links China’s ports, Da Nang and Sihanoukville. The launch of CVK service will significantly shorten the transit time and offer more efficient delivery service between China, Vietnam and Cambodia. In addition to its current Intra-Asia service network of 45 services, Yang Ming continues to strengthen its coverage in the area. With the new service, Yang Ming will provide customers with better and more comprehensive global service network.

In full: https://www.ajot.com/news/yang-ming-to- ... ia-service
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