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Maiden vessel of Sinokor India Service calls at Nhava Sheva

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The maiden vessel (the 4,253-TEU Singapore Bridge) of the new Sinokor India Service (SIS), connecting India with China and South-East Asia, called at Jawaharlal Nehru Port’s BMCT on Saturday, December 12, 2020. SIS also has Mundra’s MICT in its port rotation, among others, and is part of Sinokor’s increased focus on India. This is reflected in the fact that it is launching another India-China service, the CSC service, towards the end of December, which will call at JN Port’s NSICT as well as MICT.  

A small function was held at BMCT to mark the first call, which saw mementoes exchanged between Mr M. K. Ko, Sinokor Owner’s Representative in India; officials from Parekh Marine Services, Sinokor’s agent in India; the Master of the vessel; and key officials from BMCT.

One of South Korea’s premier shipping lines, Sinokor Group is a leading player in the Intra-Asia trade, offering more than 60 services. It is also Korea’s No. 1 shipowner, No. 3 container operator, and has a subsidiary company in HeungA Line.

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