Shenzhen Da Chan Bay opens South China to US east coast service
Update Time£º2012-12-6 From: Internet
DA CHAN BAY Terminal One, the newest container terminal in West Shenzhen, is now receiving first calls from the South China East Coast service (SCE 2) operated by Grand Alliance (Hapag-Lloyd, NYK, OOCL, HMM and Zim) again from May 12 as the transpacific peak season approaches.
The SCE 2 will call at the Modern Terminals Ltd operated terminal every Saturday, following a port rotation of Busan, Shanghai, Xiamen, Shenzhen-Da Chan Bay, Hong Kong, Shenzhen-Yantian, Panama Canal, Manzanillo, Kingston, Savannah, Charleston, Kingston, Manzanillo, Panama Canal and back to Busan, deploying nine ships in the 4,600-5,000-TEU range.
Da Chan Bay Terminal One (DCB) is a new international container terminal serving the Pan-Pearl River Delta cargo catchment areas. DCB covers an area of 112 hectares with five berths along its quay of 1,830 metres long and 600 metres wide. The depth is to be dredged to 18 metres from its current 15.5 metres to accommodate larger containerships.