Zim to launch its second China-Australia service December 4
ISRAELI flag carrier Zim plans to launch its second express service from China to Australia by splitting the CAX service into two loops from December 4
ISRAELI flag carrier Zim plans to launch its second express service from China to Australia by splitting the CAX service into two loops from December 4.
The existing service, the China Australia Express (CAX), will change to offer 12-day transit time from Shanghai to Sydney, reports St Petersberg's Sea News.
The new rotation will be. Xiamen, Ningbo, Shanghai, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
The second service, the China-Australia service, C2A, will have the following rotation: Laemchabang, Hochiminh, Nansha, Yantian, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and back to Laemchabang.
The new service will offer an 11-day transit from Yantian to Sydney for our growing e-commerce customers.
The service will deploy six 2,500-TEU vessels with extensive capacity and plugs for refrigerated cargo. A fleet of new, advanced reefer units fitted with the ZIMonitor system for damage prevention and available to customers on the new service.
'We see great opportunity in the Australian trade,' said Zim president and CEO Eli Glickman. 'We are responding to market demands by rolling out the second loop of our Australia express service in record.'