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Hanjin Shipping Expands Far East – Australia Services

Hanjin Shipping Expands Far East – Australia Services
Vip Klangchanee

In response to market demand in Far East and Australia, Hanjin Shipping decided to adjust its service within the region to improve vessel transit times and coverage.

Named FOX (Far East Asia Oceania Express) launching on February 14th, 2016, the new service will be operated with Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, “K” Line, OOCL and COSCON – with 6 of 4,500 TEU class vessels for a 42 day-rotation.

By introducing the new FOX service, Hanjin Shipping’s existing CKA service covering China-Korea-Australia and NEAX service covering Japan will be integrated, leading to broader and direct port coverage in Far East and Australia.

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Vip has been managing content about shipping and logistics for over ten years. He has a large database of logistics photos and videos just in case you guys are interested.

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