COSCO-owned Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) will be strengthening its China to South-East Asia service network by introducing the new China Straits Service 3 (CSS3).
The new product is expected to start on 18 December 2021 from the port of Qingdao.
To supplement CSS1 and CSS2 which were launched in 2020, CSS3 will further enhance the network coverage between China, Singapore and Malaysia, providing customers with competitive and reliable shipment options, according to a statement.
The Hong Kong-based container line said that CSS3 directly connects multiple ports in China with Singapore and Malaysia to cater for the increasing demand in the market.
The port rotation of the new service will be Qingdao – Shanghai – Xiamen – Nansha – Singapore – Port Kelang – Penang – Port Kelang – Pasir Gudang – Nansha – Qingdao.