APM Terminals Pipavav, one of the leading gateway ports in Western India, has secured a new service Jade Express mainly for transhipment cargoes. The weekly service, introduced by Maersk, will connect Port Pipavav to Port Qasim. Jade Express connects Pipavav perfectly in time for the MECL service (westbound for North America) and provides same-day connectivity on the FI3 service (for the far east).
The first vessel M.V. IRENES RAY -215S, berthed at Pipavav in March, bringing enhanced connectivity to our customers from Rajasthan, Gujarat, New Delhi and Punjab. The new service is a testimony to port infrastructure and services that is a preferred gateway to Indian Northwest.
Commenting on Company’s initiatives, Mr Jakob Friis Sørensen, MD, APM Terminals Pipavav, said, “We strive hard to provide the best connectivity and services to our customers to ensure their supply chain moves smoothly. Through the Jade Express service, we are delighted to provide an additional mode to our customers to connect their containers to global markets swiftly and safely.”
Mr Vikash Agarwal, Managing Director, Maersk South Asia, commented, “Our constant endeavour to create customer-centric solutions has led us to connect the Jade Express to APM Terminals Pipavav on its rotation between Far East Asia and the Indian subcontinent & Pakistan. APM Terminals Pipavav has always proven to provide top-notch service levels. With the Jade Express, we expect to extend those service levels further to our customers in India’s northern and western parts.”
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