PIL introduces intermodal service in South Korea

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Pacific International Lines (PIL) has announced the launch of its intermodal service in South Korea, offering train, truck, and barge services.

Rail and truck services are provided by PIL for customers who wish to transport their cargoes inland into Korea from Pusan, according to PIL.

The inland connection to Pugok is via rail service while for Gunsan, Gwanju, Hwaseong, Incheon, Kwangyang, Pohang, Seoul and Yongin, the linkage is via truck service.

Currently, two of PIL’s container liner services, South West Africa Container Services (SWS) and West Coast South America 6 (WS6), call at Pusan.

Apart from Korea, PIL’s Intermodal Service is available in Africa, Australia, Cambodia, China, India, Bangladesh, Latin America, Malaysia, Middle East, New Zealand, Thailand and Vietnam.

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This announcement comes a week after PIL, KPI OceanConnect, and Bunker One announced the completion of their first live electronic marine fuel inventory statement for an overseas delivery through the Singapore Trade Data Exchange (SGTraDex).

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