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Interasia Lines to Launch Taiwan – Vietnam – Thailand Service (“TVT”)

Interasia Lines is pleased to introduce a brand new Taiwan – Vietnam – Thailand service (code-named “TVT”) with expected commencement around the end of July 2020.

Interasia Lines shall jointly deploy this service with Wan Hai Lines, operating a total of 2 vessels on the following port rotations:

Taipei – Taichung – Cat Lai – Bangkok – Laem Chabang – Taipei

With this new service product, Interasia Lines shall now provide direct cargo links between Taiwan and Thailand, and with Vietnam as well. This is another milestone for Interasia Lines to create a direct schedule for Taiwan trade corridors with Southeast Asia.

Together with the company’s recent launch of CTV which connects Central China to both Thailand and Vietnam markets, Interasia Lines is now able to provide comprehensive coverage of China & Taiwan markets with direct access to Thailand and Vietnam.

Together, these new services are a further testament to Interasia Lines’ commitment to providing more reliable services with additional scheduling options, and to better serve shippers’ and consignees’ diverse needs. Despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, Interasia Lines will remain focused on its long term pursuit for strategic developments in these areas.

Ryan Finn
Ryan is the Digital Marketing and Content Creation Manager for Trade and Logistics Siam Ltd. He provides a creative flair to the team and his resourcefulness helps to bring an imaginative improvement to both literary archetypes and online content production. A writer by day and a rider by night, when he's not composing the latest logistics news update or creating compelling copy for our clients, Ryan spends his free time travelling Thailand by motorbike.

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