Font Size: A A A
Go to:
×
More in Sea Transport: Ports | Liner Shipping
Voyage Search
General Shipping Search
Please select a port in Israel
Please select a port overseas
Exports from Israel
Imports to Israel
Tools & Calculators
Currencies
Update date: 15.12.2019
Currency Rate % Change
USD 3.476 -0.144
EUR 3.8857 +0.289
GBP 4.6643 +1.834
100 JPY 3.1707 -0.999
Currency calculator
Calculators
length area vol. weight
cm
m
km
inch
foot
yard
mile
Clear
square cm
square m
square km
square inch
square yard
square mile
Clear
cc
litre
cubic m
cubic inch
cubic yard
gallon
Clear
kg
short ton
long ton
lb
oz
Clear
Volume Weight Calculator
Ports' Workplan

Hanjin Shipping in search for an Israeli agent

the new direct link between China and East Mediterranean will stabelise the company’s sales outpost in the Israel and Greece regions, where transport volumes are rapidly increasing
08.04.07 / 00:00
Hanjin Shipping in search for an Israeli agent
08.04.07
Hanjin Shipping in search for an Israeli agent

The decision by Hanjin Shipping to add a new service to the China-East Mediterranean trade by swapping space with Yang Ming Line, a CKYH alliance member, in May 2007,increased speculation in the Israeli shipping circle about the company's decision to nominate local agent.
 
Last week it was made known that Hanjin Shipping was negotiating with several companies for an agent to represent it in Israel on a full-time basis. A spokesman for Hanjin said recently that the new direct link between China and East Mediterranean will stabelise the company’s sales outpost in the Israel and Greece regions, where transport volumes are rapidly increasing.
 
The new service will commence on May 17th with the departure of M/V Jing Po He from Shanghai.
 
The new Greece & Israel Express (GIX) service will deploy seven 3,000 TEU vessels. The port rotation for the new service is: Shanghai > Ningbo > Hong Kong > Shekou > Singapore > Ashdod > Piraeus > Thessaloniki > Singapore > Hong Kong > Shanghai.
 
Israeli shipping users in general and exporters in particular believe that the entry of Hanjin is likely to reduce cargo freight tariffs to the Far East, as a result of the increase in competition.

×