CULines Signed a Long-Term Terminal Agreement with YTI


On July 21, CULines and LA YTI signed a long-term terminal agreement in Singapore. The president & CEO of YTI, Mr Alan McCorkle, the CBO & CCO of YTI, Mr Hyun Jung Yoon, the chairman & CEO of CULines, Mr Raymond Chen, and the GM of CULines U.S. office, Mr Sa Liu, jointly attended the signing ceremony.

YTI gave a stunning photo of the M/V Xin Ming Zhou 106’s maiden voyage into the terminal on June 6, 2022, to CULines as a present.

LA YTI Terminal fixed window

In the future, the TPX service will learn from the successful upgrade experience of the TPC service to further fix the berthing window, stabilize the route service and optimize the U.S. destination service.

The TPX services are jointly operated by CULines and Shanghai Jin Jiang National Shipping (Group) Co., Ltd. This upgrade is mainly focused on the stock capacity and supplemented with appropriate capacity to comprehensively upgrade to a weekly fixed terminal service.

The upgraded first voyage will be carried out by M/V XMZ106 V.2235E on August 22. With the full support of La TraPac and LA YTI and domestic ports, the two CULines boutique services – TPC and TPX will provide small and beautiful services to the market.

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