IN its continuing expansion of its business network in the South and West African market, and to meet the growing demand for quality services in the region, Hong Kong's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) has introduced a new service to West Africa.
The West Africa Service 2 (WAF2) service, which will start from November 30, will be complementary to the carrier's Asia to West and South Africa product mix.
It will provide "customers with a comprehensive, competitive and reliable services with direct calls to strategic ports including Cape Town, Apapa, Tincan and Onne," the carrier said in a statement.
The WAF2 will rotate through Dalian, Xingang, Qingdao, Inchon, Ningbo, Nansha, Singapore, Cape Town, Apapa, Tincan, Onne, Singapore, and back to Dalian.
Meanwhile, OOCL has enhanced its services from Asia to the Middle East starting next month in a move to improve its service quality and to meet the evolving needs of the market.
The Middle East Service 1 (ME1), which comes into effect on December 6, will rotate through Tianjin, Qingdao, Ningbo, Shekou, Singapore, Sohar, Jebel Ali, Hamad, Barhain, Dammam, Port Kelang, and terminating at Singapore.
The Middle East Service 3 (ME3), which comes into effect on December 4, will rotate through Busan, Lianyungang, Qingdao, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shekou, Singapore, Jebel Ali, Dammam, Jubail, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Nansha, and returning to Busan.
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