CEVA adds LCL lanes to Australia expanding its intra-Asia LCL offerings

2012 03 20

GLOBAL supply chain provider CEVA Logistics has started three less than container load (LCL) services from Shanghai and Singapore to three locations in Australia: Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle, the company said.

Transit time from Shanghai to Sydney is 16 days, serving the Brisbane area. With expedited cargo clearance at CEVA's container freight station (CFS) upon arrival, delivery to final destinations in Sydney happens just three to five days after the vessel arrives in port and to Brisbane within a further two days.

The Shanghai-Melbourne transit, also serving Adelaide, is 19 days and also benefits from faster freight availability through CEVA's CFS in Melbourne. The company is delivering locally in Melbourne within three to five days of vessel arrival, with guaranteed overnight transit to Adelaide. Both the Brisbane and Adelaide moves are managed by CEVA Ground, CEVA's specialist organisation which provides full transport management services through its integrated road linehaul service.

The Singapore to Fremantle transit time is seven days, with faster freight availability at CEVA's Perth CFS.

Shanghai and Singapore's strategic locations make them ideal regional hubs to connect Asia with the rest of the world, and CEVA's integrated network offers direct access to over 100 transshipment destinations throughout southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent.

Said CEVA's LCL chief Greg Scott: "With Shanghai and Singapore recognised as two of the world's busiest ports, these new routes provide much needed services into Australia. Goods are safely in CEVA's control from start to finish."

Source Shipping Gazette - Daily Shipping News

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