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SITC commences MIM service connecting Malaysia India (Haldia) and Myanmar 

May 25, 2024
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SITC a leading Intra Asia operator has announced direct Weekly Service linking between and Port Klang and Yangon to Haldia Dock Complex (HDC) of Shyama Prasad Mookerjee Port, Kolkata (SMPK) with a first of its kind Weekly express Service. 

All far east ports including from China/Japan will be connected via Port Kelang. 

The first vessel SITC Nagoya is expected to berth HICT around 05th June 2024 and the 2nd Vessel in the Loop Service SITC Tianjin will call Haldia around 12th June 2024. It is for the first time in the history of SMPK operations that a weekly regular direct service to Yangon / Port Klang is calling Haldia Container Terminal operated by J M Baxi Ports and Logistics Pvt Ltd who were awarded the operations and maintenance contract by Kolkata Port Trust for integrated container handling operations. 

The Port rotation of this weekly service will be Port Klang-Haldia-Yangon-Port Kelang. 

This has been a strategic launch from SITC represented in India by Eastern Liners Shipping Pvt Ltd (J M Baxi Group) & SMPK aimed at enhancing and providing shipping efficiency to the fast-growing EXIM Trade in this region. 

In today's dynamic Global Trade Landscape, SITC realizes that efficiency and flexibility are of paramount importance and hence they continue to build strategic services to various east coast ports like Haldia, Chennai and Visakhapatnam with best-in-class transit times from Far East. 

The partnership between SITC and HDC (SMPK) will spur the development in West Bengal and other fast developing states of Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and the entire North East as the region will benefit with the fastest transit time and direct connectivity for their exports and imports. 

This service will also help connect cargoes to Nepal and Bhutan and emerging NE States. 

Disclaimer: This information has been collected through secondary research and Daily Shipping Times is not responsible for any errors in the same.

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