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ASL Launches New Services to Strengthen China, Vietnam, and Thailand Routes

ASL Launches New Services to Strengthen China, Vietnam, and Thailand Routes
Danny Gill

Asean Seas Lines Co., Limited (ASL) was established March 2011 in Hong Kong, and is an operator of containerized liner shipping service between China and Southeast Asia. In September 2016, ASL launched the CTX and CVX services, which operate between China, Vietnam, and Thailand under the slogan, “Cultivating Elite Routes and Providing Customized Services.” Furthermore, ASL recently introduced another new service, CTV, which provides service between Japanese ports via Qingdao.

CTX service calls the ports of Laem Chabang Port, Bangkok Port, Ho Chi Minh, Da Chan Bay, Shekou, Shanghai, Ningbo, and Xiamen. CVX service calls the ports of Laem Chabang Port, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Ningbo, and Xiamen. Additionally, both services offer a convenient connection to several major Japanese ports, which include Nakanoseki, Fukuyama, Mizushima, Hiroshima, Tokuyama, Takamatsu, and Iwakuni.

In Thailand, ASL has formed an alliance with Fujitrans (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (Fujitrans), and have appointed the company as its agent in Thailand due to their extensive experience as a shipping agent for the past 12 years. Prioritizing premium services for its customers, ASL is equipped with experienced team members who are committed to providing efficient and safe ocean shipping services. ASL also hopes to expand its service network to cover many other major ports in China, as well as those in other Southeast Asian countries including Vietnam, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

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Danny Gill

Danny is currently a Contributing Writer for Airfreight Logistics and Logistics Manager (LM) and is quite the foodie. He’s always on the hunt for new and exciting dishes to sample, and is never one to back down from a spicy challenge. His travels have taken him around the world, and he’s been able to experience many different cultures (and food).

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