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A direct Far East-West India service will be launched end of October by Hanjin Shipping and its two partner carriers, the South Korea-based shipping company said.

The ICS (India-China Service) will be operated jointly with Evergreen and NYK. Hanjin and Evergreen will each deploy one 2,500 TEU-capacity vessel, while NYK will deploy three.

The ICS, which will have a 35-day round voyage, begins sailing on October 29, 2011 with calls at the ports of Busan, Shanghai, Ningbo, Shekou, Singapore, Nhava Sheva, Pipavav, Colombo, Singapore, Hong Kong.

“This is our third service dedicated to Far East/China-India trade in addition to our existing FIX (Far East-India Express) and HGX (Hyper Galex Express). With these dedicated services, we are confident that our market presence will grow along with the cargo demand in the region.”


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