ONE expanding Asia-South America service

Carrier is cooperating with Hapag-Lloyd and MSC to offer “market-leading transit times.”

ONE expanding Asia-South America service

Carrier is cooperating with Hapag-Lloyd and MSC to offer “market-leading transit times.”

ONE expanding Asia-South America service

Carrier is cooperating with Hapag-Lloyd and MSC to offer “market-leading transit times.”

 
   Ocean Network Express (ONE) on Monday announced the expansion of its Asia-South America service.
   ONE said it is cooperating with Hapag-Lloyd and Mediterranean Shipping Co. (MSC) in the Asia-South America trade lane. The new service will connect Asia with the east coast of South America and call on major ports in Korea, China, Singapore, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and South Africa.
   “The new product offers market-leading transit times, reliable on-time service between Asia and the east coast of South America and enhanced inbound coverage for Santa Catarina state,” ONE said in Monday’s announcement.
   ONE said the service is scheduled to begin from Pusan the second week of December.
   The rotation will be Pusan-Shanghai-Ningbo-Shekou-Yantian-Hong Kong-Singapore-Santos-Paranagua-Navegantes-Montevideo-Buenos Aires-Rio Grande-Navegantes-Parangua-Santos-Coega-(Port Kelang)- Singapore-Hong Kong-Busan.
Despite new tariffs on exported products, China is benefiting from the strong U.S. economy. The nowcasts show we should expect this to continue also throughout December.
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