TS Lines Becomes a Joint Operator on Yang Ming’s JTS and PAS Services

TS Lines Becomes a Joint Operator on Yang Ming’s JTS and PAS Services

As of today, 8th May, TS Lines will become a joint operator on Yang Ming’s Japan – Taiwan - Phil- ippines JTS service and the Pan Asia PAS service. This will give a total of 3 services that the two carriers are jointly operating, the third one being the China – Korea – Australia CKA service.

The Japan – Taiwan - Philippines JTS service will see the removal of the port call at Kaohsiung on 27th May from its port rotation. Its average weekly service capacity will see an increase from 1,780 TEU in April to 2,600 TEU in June. The service deploys 3 vessels on a weekly frequency and TS Lines starts its participation as an operator with the 2,500 TEU vessel TS SINGAPORE.

The Pan Asia PAS service also sees changes to its port rotation and capacity, as a port call at Tai- chung is added to the rotation on 19th May. The average weekly service capacity will increase from 1,000 TEU in April to 1,700 TEU in June. The service deploys 2 vessels on a weekly frequency and TS Lines starts operating with its 1,580 TEU vessel TS HONGKONG.

JTS: Manila (South) - Manila (North) - Hong Kong - Shekou (Shenzhen) - Xiamen - Nagoya - Tokyo - Chiba - Yokohama - Keelung - Kaohsiung - Hong Kong - Manila (South)

PAS: Moji - Hakata - Busan - Kwangyang - Keelung - Taichung (new)- Kaohsiung - Hong Kong - Shekou (Shenzhen) - Xiamen - Keelung - Moji

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