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PIL launches new South China to India West Coast Service

Pacific International Lines (PIL) is set to launch a new South China to India West Coast Service – South China India Express (SIX) using the container ship Kota Gabung.

To complement the company’s existing service to India’s West Coast, Pacific International Lines (PIL) announceed the launch of a new weekly direct service connecting South China and North Vietnam to India’s West Coast on 16 September 2021.

Effective from 22 October 2021, this new service, known as South China India Express (SIX), will be offered by a consortium of five vessels of 2800 TEUs each, jointly deployed by PIL, Regional Container Lines (RCL), CULines (CUL) and InterAsia Lines (IAL).

 

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