Wan Hai Lines has announced The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s Seattle Harbor as first port of call for its new, independent service.
Beginning in mid-March, the AA5 service will call Kaohsiung, Yantian, Shanghai, Ningbo, Seattle and Oakland before returning to Kaohsiung. Calling Terminal 18 in Seattle, this service provides direct connections from Asia to the Pacific Northwest, which will reduce import transit times and increase loading options.
John Wolfe, CEO of The Northwest Seaport Alliance, said: “The Northwest Seaport Alliance has ample terminal capacity, provides efficient operations and low dwell times that ensure cargo moves quickly onto its ultimate destination. The gateway offers supply chain flexibility and low-cost transload options to our customers.”
The NWSA says they are well-positioned to help minimize berth congestion and cargo delays along the west coast. Wan Hai is one of many ocean carriers selecting the NWSA gateway as a solution for reducing congestion issues.
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