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Emirates Shipping Line strengthens its Far East/Middle East service network

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DUBAI : Emirates Shipping Line (ESL) has announced the introduction of its new COSMOS (CMX) service and the enhancement of its existing GALEX (GLX) service aiming to optimize transit times and increase frequency between the Far East and the Middle East.

The port rotations of ESL’s services will be as follows:

COSMOS: Shanghai (China) – Ningbo (China) – Da Chan Bay (China) – Jebel Ali (UAE) – Sohar (Oman) – Port Klang (Malaysia) – Shanghai (China)

GALEX: Busan (South Korea) – Qingdao (China) – Xiamen (China) – Nansha (China) – Da Chan Bay (China) – Port Klang (Malaysia) – Jebel Ali (UAE) – Dammam (Saudi Arabia) – Khor Fakkan (UAE) – Busan (South Korea)

ESL said these services, combined, significantly reduce transit times from East Asia to the Middle East and enhance overall service frequency.

With the addition of the CMX service, the company now offers nine services via Jebel Ali, providing access to key ports in the Indian Subcontinent and Africa. The CMX service marks the carrier’s second service from Central China and third from South China to the Middle East.

Furthermore, the revamped rotation of GLX service benefits customers in the Upper Gulf, Red Sea, and Africa, ensuring reduced transit times to major ports in Asia via Jebel Ali, according to ESL’s statement.

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