Emirates Shipping Line announced on Wednesday the launch of its Hyper Galex II service, providing direct port connections between China, India and the Middle East.
Hyper Galex II will be served by six vessels, offering services between the rapidly growing trading and commercial centres in these regions. Emirates Shipping Line will provide three out of the six vessels of 2,500 TEU to 3,100 TEU size.
The other vessel providing partners on this service are OOCL and TS Line.
The service is one of the few in the region that offer a direct connection between Qingdao and Bandar Abbas, as well as Colombo and Xingang in China.
It will also open up the only direct route from Mundra into northern China.
This dedicated service will provide customers efficiency with one of the best transit times between northern China and Dubai, the company said in a statement.
“Hyper Galex II provides maximum direct coverage between northern China, Southeast Asia and the Middle East, to meet today’s surging demand in this rapidly expanding region. Service reliability, flexibility and providing continuous assistance to our customer base in expanding their trade lanes will remain our hallmark,” said Vikas Khan, Chairman and CEO of Emirates Shipping Line.
The port rotation for the Hyper Galex II will be: Shanghai, Xingang, Qingdao, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Singapore, Port Kelang, Colombo, Dubai, Bandar Abbas, Mundra, Port Kelang, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai.
Emirates Shipping Line is registered at the Dubai Maritime City and commercially headquartered in Dubai and Hong Kong, two of the busiest commercial hubs in the world.
Emirates Shipping Line starts new service