Wednesday, May 30, 2012
APM Terminals snags China Shipping in U.S. Gulf and Florida
China Shipping Container Line Company is going to launch cargo service at U.S. Gulf Coast and Florida ports via its slot charter arrangement with France's CMA CGM that is to include calls at APM Terminals Mobile, APM Terminals Jacksonville and Miami's South Florida Container Terminal where APM has a joint venture with Terminal Link, according to an announcement by the terminal operator.
This new China Shipping AAE2 service will include ports of call at include Xiamen, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Busan, Manzanillo, Panama, Houston, Mobile, Miami and Jacksonville. The vessel capacities in the service will range in size from 3,398 TEUs to 5,096 TEUs, APM Terminals said.
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