ONE Line Gearing For Launch
ONE Line (Ocean Network Express) are gearing up for their official April launch with a recent order of new containers and a new website.
The newly branded shipping line, being created by the merging of the three major Japanese carriers K-Line, NYK and MOL, have ordered 10,000 40 foot high cube containers in their new magenta and grey colours.
Ocean Network Express will continue to be part of THE Alliance consortium, which includes Hapag Lloyd, Yang Ming and forms part of the extensive service range provided by UniOcean Lines.
UniOcean Lines, a technologically advanced carrier, designed and built for the 21st century, operate in conjunction with all three major carrier alliances and provide 16 weekly vessel loops from Asia into Northern Europe.
Combining the best of carrier and the best of local services through common goals, they offer an extensive global network of like-minded partners that includes Uniserve in both the UK and Ireland.
UniOcean Lines most recent schedule can be downloaded HERE.
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