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CULines upgrading China Indian Subcontinent Service

China United Lines (CULines) is upgrading its China Indian Subcontinent Service (CIS) connecting China to the Indian Subcontinent.

The new CIS will make her maiden voyage from Shanghai on 17 July, with the ship capacity upgraded from 2,700 teu to 5,000-6,000 teu. CULines and partners will jointly deploy total six ships in this 42-day round-voyage service. 

New ports of call added to the upgraded CIS service are Shanghai, Ningbo, and Karachi, thereby providing a fast and direct service from Central China to West India and Pakistan.

The new port rotation for the upgraded CIS will be: Shanghai - Ningbo - Shekou - Singapore - Port Kelang (Westport) - Nhava Sheva - Mundra - Karachi - Port Kelang (Westport) - Singapore - Haiphong – Shanghai.

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