JJ Shipping, a leading shipping company from China, hosted a ceremony to commemorate the maiden voyage of M.V. Mild Peony on February 5th. The event took place at the OB building in Bangkok Port.

The celebratory event was graced by the presence of several esteemed guests, including Mr.Kriengkrai Chaisiriwongsuk, Director General of Port Authority of Thailand, Mr. Wang Xiangqun, General Administration Manager, and Mr. Tom Chalermkanchana, Director of Jinjiang Shipping Agency (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

At the ceremony, JJ Shipping arranged a special tour of the ship’s conning tower, engine room, and cafeteria for the guests. The ship’s captain also demonstrated various equipment operations in the control tower. The festivities also included an auspicious traditional Chinese meal ceremony to mark the occasion.

The M.V. Mild Peony is the second vessel of a fleet consisting of four Bangkok Max-class 1,900 TEU container ships. JJ Shipping initiated the construction of this fleet. The vessel has been designed to strongly emphasise safety, fuel efficiency, and environmental sustainability. It also incorporates advanced technology, including high-voltage shore power facilities for energy efficiency and the intelligent ship operating system known as DOSS.

The M.V. Mild Peony is set to join the CTX (China-Thailand Express) service fleet in order to replace the current fleet that serves routes connecting China to key ports throughout Southeast Asia. The new fleet is anticipated to enhance service capabilities and offer an additional shipping route option between China and Southeast Asia.

The CTX service port rotation is as follows:

Shanghai – Xiamen – Laem Chabang – Bangkok – Sihanoukville – Ho Chi Minh City – Shanghai

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