Hanjin Closes its Last Korea - Japan Service

Hanjin closes its Korea – Japan service KJ1 after having terminated the Korea – Japan service KJ2 only a few months ago. KJ1 was the last Korea – Japan service operated by the South Korean carrier who will however retain slot participations on local feeder services. KJ1 was served by 1 vessel on a weekly-frequency and it had an average weekly capacity of 700 TEU. The last sailing of the service will be executed by the 700 TEU vessel YOKOHAMA, which will discharge at Busan on 31st March 2014.

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