In addition, a second ship will enter service in early July
Rome – China United Lines (CULines) has launched a new service on the Transpacific route under the name “Transpacific Express III” (“TPN”). The new service links the ports of Qingdao, Ningbo and Los Angeles and runs in six weeks. The shipping company celebrated its first departure from Ningbo with 1868 TEU Bangkokmax “XIN MING ZHOU 106” chartered to Ningbo Ocean Shipping (NBOSCO).
In addition, a second ship will enter service in early July, after making a round trip on CULines’ TPX service between China and Los Angeles, works with Shanghai Jin Jiang connecting the ports of Qingdao, Shanghai and Los Angeles. None of the three China-California services operated by CULines currently have a weekly frequency.
The Chinese shipping company currently operates seven ships on the Asia – USWC route. CULines’ main China – USWC itinerary is the “Transpacific Express II” or “TPC” service which is now over six weeks with five ships of 4,300 – 4,700 TEU serving the ports of Ningbo, Xiamen, Nansha, Yantian, Los Angeles and Ningbo.
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