Sinokor Hong Kong now offers daily China-Korea short sea service
SINOKOR Hong Kong Co Ltd, as its name shows, specialises in service to and from China and South Korea as it has done for more than 30 years
SINOKOR Hong Kong Co Ltd, as its name shows, specialises in service to and from China and South Korea as it has done for more than 30 years.
Sinokor offers eight sailings per week to Busan from Hong Kong, closing Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
To Incheon from Hong Kong, there are six sailings per week, closing Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
There also three sailings per week to Twanging from Hong Kong, closing Thursdays and Saturdays. Sinokor also accepts cargo from Pearl River Delta ports via Hong Kong.
Sinokor inaugurated the first container liner service between Korea and China in 1989, three years before the two had established diplomatic relations.
It started on the Yellow Sea sailing from the west coast of Korea to Dalian and Qingdao. Soon new markets developed in Japan and trade increased till virtually all major Asian ports were receiving weekly Sinokor service.
'These container liner services played a major role in enhancing human resources and economic cooperation and normalising relations between countries,' said the Sinokor website.
Today, the company offers a full range of services that include bulk and out-of-gauge and that go well beyond Sinker?s standard container service,
Sinker?s container liner currently services some 60 ports in 20 countries - China, Japan, Russia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, India, Myanmar, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Iran, and the UAE.