Wan Hai crushes quit rumours by boosting transpacific service
Wan Hai Lines has killed rumours it was about to quit the transpacific trade by ...
We are pleased to announce that WAN HAI LINES LTD. (WHL) has just concluded an agreement with COSCO Container Lines Co., Ltd. (COSCON) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd (“K”LINE) to jointly operate a Transpacific service from South PRC to the U. S. Pacific South West, named SEA service. At the same time, WAN HAI LINES LTD. will also be cooperating with “K”LINE and Pacific International Lines (PIL) to jointly operate a Transpacific service from Central PRC to U.S. Pacific South West, named CALCO-D service.
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