WAN HAI LINES plans to launch two Transpacific Services through vessel sharing arrangement

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WAN HAI LINES Ltd. has a plan to launch two Transpacific Services through vessel sharing arrangement, the Company announced in a press release on Thursday.

WAN HAI LINES plans to launch two Transpacific Services through vessel sharing arrangement

The two PSW services will each cover the Southern and Northern-Central part of China. Both services will turn in six weeks with six vessels operation. The South China loop called CP1 will be operated using 8,000Teu vessels, while the North-Central China Loop called CP2 will be operated using 5,500Teu vessels.

The two services are expected to commence operation in early April 2017 with below service routing :

CP1: Xiamen – Nansha – Hong Kong – Yantian – Long Beach – Oakland – Xiamen
CP2: Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Los Angeles – Oakland – Qingdao

Apart from CP1 and CP2, Wan Hai Lines will have additional Transpacific Service coverage through slot exchange as below :

CP3 : Fuzhou – Nansha - Hong Kong – Yantian – Xiamen - Los Angeles - Oakland – Fuzhou.

Source: Wan Hai Lines