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Gold Star Line announces upgraded service between China and Indonesia


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Gold Star Line will triple its container capacity to meet growing demand on an improved weekly service connecting major ports in China and Indonesia on existing CTI service due to upgraded vessel size from 2500 to 4000 TEU. This new CTI service will launch on 12 May with three vessels on a 21-day rotation and is aiming to capture the rapidly growing trade between two of Asia’s tiger economies.

“China and Indonesia are two of the fastest growing economies in Asia and we are providing an express link between major ports in both countries to meet growing demand from our customers,” said Gold Star Line Managing Director Danny Hoffmann. “China and Indonesia are two of the fastest growing economies in Asia and we are providing an express link between major ports in both countries to meet growing demand from our customers,” said Hoffmann. Port Rotation: Shanghai-Ningbo-Shekou-Jakarta-Surabaya-Kaohsiung-Shanghai

 


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