GCS Links North and South China with New Service

3 January 2010 (Last Updated January 3rd, 2010 18:30)

Grand China Shipping (GCS), the shipping arm of Grand China Logistics, has started two domestic shuttle services, linking north and south China. The Yingkou-Huangpu shuttle service uses two 2,680 teu vessels while the Xingang-Huangpu-Quanzhou-Qinhuangdao service deploys two 2,000 to 2,6

Grand China Shipping (GCS), the shipping arm of Grand China Logistics, has started two domestic shuttle services, linking north and south China.

The Yingkou-Huangpu shuttle service uses two 2,680 teu vessels while the Xingang-Huangpu-Quanzhou-Qinhuangdao service deploys two 2,000 to 2,670 teu vessels, the company said.

GCS also plans to launch an additional shuttle service on Winland Shipping's north China-Japan service that connects Osaka, Dalian, Xingang, Weihai, Hakata, Kobe, Nagoya, Tokyo and Yokohama.

The shipping line also operates weekly shuttles using ships of 300 to 1,000 teu, which connect north and central China and Japan.