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New Liner Service between Busan (S. Korea) and Vladivostok (Russia)

  • Crystal Alliance liner shipping company has announced the launch of its own marine line service between Busan (South Korea) and Vladivostok (Russia).

    According to Anatoly Koveza, General Director of Crystal Alliance Shipping Lines LLC, the first voyage will start from Vladivostok on March 4, the first departure from Busan is scheduled on March 7, 2020.

    General, project cargo and containers (20’DC, 40’DC, 40’HC, 40’REF, SOC & COC) are accepted for transportation.

    In Vladivostok, the linear terminal service is provided at the Vladivostok Sea Port Pervomaisky.

    The service frequency is once in every 9 days.

    The vessels deployed fly the Russian flag.

    The vessels are equipped with two ship cranes with a hoisting capacity of 40 metric tons each.

    In future, the company intends to add calls at two South Kuril Islands ports to the service rotation.

    The oversize cargo transportation can be carried out to Nakhodka and Bolshoy Kamen port under the terms of CONLINEBOOKING 2016.

    The company’s vessels are equipped to transport Class 1 dangerous goods, and the company is licensed to perform such a service.

    Liner sales department.
    • Rate quotation and booking general cargo container shipments:
    sales@crystalalliance.ru
    +7 423 206 0372 (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vladivostok time)
    +7 999 207 3333 (9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Moscow time) – phone, wapp / viber

    • Rate quotation and booking dangerous and project cargo shipments:
    project@crystalalliance.ru
    +7 423 206 0372 (10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vladivostok time)


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