Hainan P O Shipping in December will expand its trans-Pacific service by adding a North and Central China string to the West Coast, adding to Shanghai-based carrier's weekly service between South China and Long Beach.

The carrier is bucking the trend among niche carriers in the trans-Pacific, considering five lines that had been offering weekly services with ships of about 3,000-TEU capacity discontinued those services this year.

Direct port calls on Hainan's new service include Qingdao, Lianyungang, Shanghai and Ningbo in China; Busan, South Korea; and Long Beach and Oakland. Hainan also operates an integrated feeder network serving Tianjin and Dalian in China, and the carrier offers intermodal service from Long Beach and Oakland to inland destinations. 

SOURCE: www.joc.com
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