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NYK Line Boosts Its Container Service to Southeast Asia

NYK Line Boosts Its Container Service to Southeast Asia
Japan’s NYK Line decided to expand its service network linking Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam amid increasing demand for container transport between Japan and Southeast Asia.

The company’s previous service for this area, the Phoenix Service, will be renamed the Phoenix 1 Service, and a new Phoenix 2 Service will be added to provide a more stable transportation network, NYK said.

The new service will be independently operated by NYK using three 2,700 TEU containerships in the latter part of March.

As a result, the move is expected to cut transit time between Kobe and Laem Chabang to only six days, which is the fastest in the market, as explained by NYK.

The Phoenix 2 service is set to start on March 28th with the departure of N/B Daniela from Laem Chabang. The service will comprise of a round trip from Tokyo with port calls at  Yokohama, Shimizu, Nagoya, Kobe, Laem Chabang and Ho Chi Minh before returning to Tokyo again.

The Phoenix 1 service is set to be launched on March 29th with the departure of N/B Cape Ferrol from Bangkok. NYK said that three 1,400 TEU containerships will be assigned to this service.

The 21 day round-weekly service will include calls at Osaka, Kobe, Tokyo, Yokohama, Laem Chabang, Bangkok, Laem Chabang and Ho Chi Minh.

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