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Pacific Direct Line launches Weekly NZ China Service From November

Pacific Direct Line has launched its New Zealand China service starting early November 2014. The weekly service will focus on providing a direct transit from the main North Asian ports
08 Oct 2014 10:52
Pacific Direct Line launches Weekly NZ China Service From November
The scene at most supermarkets across the country before the national announcement by Dr James Fong, Permanent Secretary for Health and Medical Services. Photo: Leon Lord

Pacific Direct Line has launched its New Zealand China service starting early November 2014.

The weekly service will focus on providing a direct transit from the main North Asian ports to New Zealand.

It offers an alternative option to the traditional service via Singapore/Port Kelang, connecting in Auckland with our PDL ships and on to the Pacific Islands.

The rotation will be as following:

Hong Kong-Keelung-Shanghai-Ningbo-Chiwan-Kaohsiung-Auckland.

Pacific Direct Line said it is committed to offering a premium and competitive service to the Pacific Islands from Asia, Europe, Africa, Indian sub-continent, Middle East, North & South America.

The shipping line will advise a schedule and details shortly and website can be checked for more detailed schedule information.

 



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