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The signing for the new CJP (China-Japan-Philippines) service was attended by officials of Uni-Ship Inc, Philippine agent of Sinotrans Container Lines, and its service partner Yang Ming Lines. Photo shows (L to R, second row) Erick San Diego (Skybest Intl/Yang Ming Line Documentation Manager), Bobby Mendoza (Skybest Intl/Yang Ming Line Operation), Barton Sy (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Chinese Support), Camille Javier (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line CSR), Cookie Pastor (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Documentation Supervisor), Noli Mendoza (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Boarding Officer), Mariane Tala (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Accounting Officer), Evelyn Catan (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Equipment Supervisor), Jenny Samoranos (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Accounting Supervisor), and Reagan Farnandez (Operation Assistant). First row (L to R): Jenny Aytona (Skybest Intl/Yang Ming Line Inter Asia Traffic officer), Romy Magud (Skybest Intl/Yang Ming Line Operation Manager), Robert Yu (Skybest Intl/ Yang Ming Line President & CEO), Jae Jung Jang (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Chairman), Efren Caboteja (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line General Manager), and Joel Iligan (Uniship Inc-Sinotrans Line Equipment Manager).

Shanghai-based Sinotrans Container Lines is introducing a new service to accommodate its expanding clientele in China, Japan and the Philippines, according to the line’s exclusive Philippine general agent, Uni-ship Inc.

The new CJP (China-Japan-Philippines) service will go online starting June 3, 2012. Southbound ports of call are Tokyo, Yokohama, Shanghai, Ningbo, Hong Kong, Shekou and Manila while northbound ports of call are Manila, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo and Yokohama.

Sinotrans will deploy two of its vessels on the service, the Sinotrans Hong Kong and Isara Bhum. Service partner Yang Ming Lines will deploy one, the Glory Ocean. Each of the vessels has a capacity of 1,000 twenty-foot equivalent units with service speed of 18 knots.

Glory Ocean will commence its southbound service on June 3 and its northbound service the following day while Sinotrans Hong Kong will start its southbound service on June 10 and northbound run on June 11.

Isara Bhum’s southbound service will commence on June 17 and northbound service on June 18.

For the service’s first year of operations, Uni-ship expects volume to be around 700 TEUs per vessel call for both north and southbound lanes.

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