Uniserve’s Ocean 2021 Asia North Europe Schedule Launched

Jun 7, 2021 | Article, News

The 2021 instalment of the Uniserve’s Ocean Lines Service Directory has just been released, which includes all major inbound and outbound loops and services operating in the trade. It is the most comprehensive schedule available on the market.

The directory includes everything you need to plan your international freight movements, such as port rotations, transit times and sailing days for both import and export services between Asia and Northern Europe. In total, the in-depth schedule offers 17 loops in one easy-to-read format.

UniOcean Lines, part of Uniserve in the UK, is a technologically advanced, global ocean freight carrier, that integrates directly into customer’s supply chains through a sophisticated One World operating platform.

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