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WAN HAI LINES Transpacific Service Adjustment
WAN HAI LINES is pleased to announce it has confirmed it’s Transpacific service structure in this upcoming winter season. From October 26, 2013, Wan Hai Lines will jointly operate South China Express (SEA) with Coscon and Kline. Based on this service restructuring program, Wan Hai Lines will continue to provide our customers with 3 dedicated service strings from South, Eastern and Northern part of China to North America ports of Long Beach and Oakland.

The SEA service is operated with seven ships with capacity of around 8,500Teus. Wan Hai Lines will provide one(1) vessel in this service, while Coscon and Kline will provide four(4) and two(2) vessels respectively.

WHL’s maiden voyage in SEA will be M/V COSCO TAICANG (operated by WAN HAI LINES) ETA Nansha, China on October 26, 2013.

The rotation for Wan Hai Lines’ service strings to Long Beach and Oakland is as follows :

SEA : Nansha– Hong Kong –Yantian– Xiamen – Long Beach – Prince Rupert- Yantian - Nansha
Calco-B (CCB) : Shanghai- Ningbo- Long Beach– Oakland–Yokohama-Nagoya-Ningbo - Shanghai
CEN : Dalian- Tianjin- Qingdao- Shanghai- Prince Rupert- Long Beach- Oakland-Dalian.