UniOcean Lines Asian Schedule
The much anticipated UniOcean Lines Asian Service Directory has just been released, which includes all inbound and outbound loops and services currently available in the trade.
In total, the in-depth schedule offers all 16 loops, that are otherwise marketed by the three carrier alliances, in one easy-to-read format. You can download your copy directly from the bottom of this article.
UniOcean are a 21st century global ocean freight carrier that integrate directly into customers’ supply chains through a sophisticated intelligent operating platform, and are represented across the globe by a collective of like-minded hand-picked liner agencies, including Uniserve Group in the UK, Rotterdam and Ireland.
Some of the features of UniOcean Lines include;
- 18 Global Carrier Slot Charter Agreements.
- Pricing and Service Level Agreements Made Simple.
- Inbound and Outbound Rates and Services Under One Roof.
- Intelligent Management of Clients Products and Supply Chains.
- Origin and Destination Services Unmatched by Any Other Carrier.
- Accreditation Across All Professional and Operational Status and Bodies.
In addition to the integrated FCL services Uniserve provide in conjunction with UniOcean, we also offer the most extensive range of our own in-house LCL services throughout Asia.
Should you require further information on UniOcean, please visit their website at www.unioceanlines.com. For details of Uniserve’s multi award-winning services then please email email@example.com or call 01708 259400.
To download your copy of the UniOcean Lines service directly, please click the button below.
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