Wan Hai Lines has launched a new service string that connects Central China to Vietnam and Cambodia. This service is named CVK (China – Vietnam – Kampuchea) and is jointly operated with Interasia Lines.
CVK service runs on a 21 days round trip and has the following port calls: Ningbo – Shanghai – Danang – Cat Lai, Hochiminh – Sihanoukville – Cat Lai, Hochiminh – Hong Kong – Ningbo.
The maiden voyage was from Ningbo on 30th April 2019 (southbound).
The service is the second string connecting China and Cambodia to provide clients more options. Moreover, it also strengthens Wan Hai Lines’ current services to better serve customers’ needs.
Simultaneously, Wan Hai Lines has expanded further on its already intensive intra-Asia network by launching a new weekly service between East China – Manila (China Philippines Express service, CPX ). The service is being operated with two container vessels of 1200 TEU.
Port rotation of the service is as follows: Shanghai – Ningbo – Xiamen – Manila (North) – Manila (South) – Shanghai
The first voyage was scheduled to sail from Shanghai on April 20th, 2019. The CPX service is WHL’s 2nd direct service from Shanghai to Manila aiming to provide more frequency and better service options to serve customer needs.
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