Effective 15 June, Korean carrier Nam Sung will take slots on the Korea – Indonesia ‘PJX’ service, that fellow Korean operators Sinokor, Heung-A and STX PanOcean opened at the end of March.
The ‘PJX’ turns in three weeks and calls at: Kwangyang, Busan, Ulsan, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Kwangyang. Hong Kong’s TS Lines already started to take slots on the ‘PJX’ in May.
Each of the loop’s three operators presently contributes one ship to the joint fleet. STX Pan Ocean and Heung-A supply the Wenchong 1,740 teu sisters STX HONG KONG and HANSA FRESENBURG, while Sinokor contributes the German-built 1,512 teu ship SAWASDEE LAEM CHABANG.