CULINES launches Upgraded TPC Service at YICT


Last September, CULINES launched its South China – USWC TPC service, which has received broad attention and recognition in the market. Over half a year later, CULINES has announced to launch its TP2.0 services, of which the upgraded TPC is the flagship. The voyage MV RENJIAN 09 E2217 on May 5 at YICT will be the official launch of the service. On this voyage, about 2,200 TEUs have been loaded at YICT, some of which are e-commerce cargoes of BCO customers with newly signed long-term contracts with CULINES.

Besides South China, the TPC service also accepts transhipment cargos from Thailand (Bangkok/Laem Chabang), Vietnam (Haiphong/Ho Chi Minh), Taiwan (Taichung, Keelung, Kaohsiung), India, and the Middle East.

Mr Xici Lin (GM of Operation Services & Development at YICT) and client representative Mr Gogo Gao (VP of LinkTrans Logistics) delivered remarks at the ceremony. In addition, Mr Raymond Chen (Chairman & CEO of CULINES) and Mr Lars Solbø Christiansen (CO-CEO of CULINES) in Singapore, and Mr Peter Stone (on behalf of TraPac) in the US sent videos to extend their gratitude and congratulations for the upgrading of the TPC service.

The upgraded TPC will serve as an express service to export high-value cargoes such as electronic products, mechanical equipment, and garments in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Great Bay Area, establishing a maritime logistics channel connecting YICT and the South China region at large with the US West Coast.

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