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MOL, P&O NEDLLOYD AND DELMAS FORM JOINT ASIA/AFRICA SERVICE

MOL, P&O NEDLLOYD AND DELMAS FORM JOINT ASIA/AFRICA SERVICE

   MOL, P&O Nedlloyd and Delmas are starting a joint service between Asia and East Africa.

   The East Africa Asia Express service will provide weekly direct calls at Port Kelang, Singapore, Colombo, Mombasa,

Tanga, Dar es Salaam and Cochin. In addition, the service will provide fortnightly direct coverage of ports in the Seychelles and Maldives islands.

   MOL and P&O Nedlloyd will each contribute two geared vessels to the five-ship service and Delmas one.

   “The new EAX service will provide a dedicated and fast connection between Asia and East Africa, using Singapore, Port Kelang and Colombo as transshipment hubs from and to other Asian ports,” MOL said.

   The service will have a rotation of Port Kelang, Singapore, Colombo, Male (fortnightly), Mahe (fortnightly), Mombasa , Tanga, Dar es Salaam, Mahe (fortnightly), Cochin, Colombo and Port Kelang.

   The service will commence with the sailing of the “Delmas Kenya” from Singapore on May 21.

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