COSCO SHIPPING Specialized Carriers creates New Service


On July 11, M.V. COSCO JING GANG SHAN sailed from Qinzhou Port to Australia fully loaded with engineering vehicles made by LiuGong. This is the first time for LiuGong to export engineering vehicles from Qinzhou Port at its “doorstep” and another existing example of deepened cooperation between COSCO SHIPPING Specialized Carriers and Chinese engineering vehicle manufacturers.

Upholding the concept of customer-centric service, COSCO SHIPPING Specialized Carriers designed the shipping plan for LiuGong in line with the characteristics of the Australian market and provided customized service for the enterprise: the vessel M.V. COSCO JING GANG SHAN, which is suitable for carrying timber, was chosen to perform the task, carrying timber on the return trip, and delivering Australia-bound cargo and Indonesia-bound engineering vehicles when it departed. In this way, it can achieve a balanced allocation of cargo on the round trip and effectively reduce the logistics cost for the customer to transport its products to Australia, effectively addressing the pain point of LiuGong to have its products delivered to Australia through shipping.

This is also the first large loading of engineering vehicles at Qinzhou Port, which attracted significant attention from Beibu Gulf Port Group. The cargo loading task was completed with several days of joint efforts onboard and onshore.

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