OOCL adds to China-Indonesia route

OOCL launches China Indonesia Service 2

Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd. (OOCL) has expanded its China-Indonesia service network by launching the new China Indonesia Service 2 (CIS2). 

To supplement CIS, CIS2 will further enhance the network coverage between China, Indonesia and Philippines.

This comes four months after OOCL introduced its first 24,000 TEU boxship.

CIS2 directly connects multiple ports in China with Indonesia and Philippines to cater for the increasing demand in the market, according to OOCL.

The first sailing began from Shanghai on 20 June.

In May, OOCL hosted the naming ceremony of a brand-new 24,188 TEU vessel container at the Dalian COSCO KHI Ship Engineering Co., Ltd. (DACKS) shipyard.

One week later, OOCL welcomed the 24,188 TEU container vessel to join its fleet.

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