CEVA opens Oz LCL lanes
Published: Mar 16, 2012
Australia - CEVA Logistics has launched three Less-than-Container Load (LCL) lanes into Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle in Australia from Shanghai, China and Singapore.
With the new lanes, cargo clearance time is expedited at CEVA's Container Freight Station (CFS) upon arrival, delivery to final destinations. In addition, the lanes offer direct access to over 100 trans-shipment destinations in Southeast Asia and India, making Shanghai and Singapore ideal regional hubs to connect Asia with the rest of the world.
All three lanes are already operational.
In the past months, CEVA has been continually expanding its LCL, offering new lanes customers and meeting their shipping needs, Greg Scott, global LCL director at CEVA, told ProcurementAsia.
"The continued expansion of our global LCL offering very much focused on the needs of our customers and our desire to offer them world class Oceanfreight solutions," he said.
Scott added that CEVA will continue to expand its LCL routes.
"We've announced in February new lanes from Houston to Singapore and Jebel-Ali in the UAE, and now these additional intra-Asia lanes. Further services to Sydney and Melbourne out of Hong Kong and Hamburg, Germany are planned in the coming months," Scott said.
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