Position: Homepage > News > logisticNews >

ZIM starts regular service between Shanghai and Russia Far E

Time:2015-11-02 19:39 Source:TransReporter Writer:admin Click:Times

ZIM is using six vessels with capacity between 3,000 and 4,500 Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit (TEU) one its newly inaugurated regular service between Shanghai and Vostochny Port in Nakhodka, Russia.


The service, to be run on a weekly basis, started last week with a rotation of Busan, Shanghai, Ningbo, Shanghai, Pusan, Vostochny and returning to Busan.


The first ship engaged into the loop is Uni Florida, which departed from South Korean on October 29, and according to ZIM, the new loop was started following increasing trade volumes between Russia, China and South Korea and the increased import of the second largest economy in the world.


Vostochny Port in Nakhodka, Russia is one of the four major terminals in Russia. Currently the port is part from regular services of 12 container lines and receives more than 20 calls per week. The total cargo capacity of the terminal is 650,000 TEU per year, according to port operator the area and capacity can be expanded in case of increased demand.





Orient Shipping offers weekly Kelang, Singapore, Chittagong

ORIENT Shipping Services has announced the launch of its Chittagong Straits Service (CSS) along the Singapore, Port Kelang, Chittagong corrid

Shanghai Airline 2008 loss likely to double



{dede:arclist row='2' titlelen='100' orderby='pubdate' typeid='3' idlist=''}


[[field:pubdate function=strftime('%y/%m/%d',@me)/]]
[field:description function='cn_substr(@me,140)'/] {/dede:arclist}

{dede:type typeid='3'}{/dede:type}

{dede:include filename="footer.htm"/}