Posted on May 4, 2021

A shipping company which launched a temporary freight service between China and the Port of Liverpool will offer more Far East sailings because of “overwhelming demand”.

The company began moving freight on vessels from Shanghai and Ningbo to Liverpool to help importers customers facing increased ocean freight rates, and lower reliability caused mainly by the pandemic.

The shipping service bypasses the most congested southern English ports and move the cargo entry point to the Port of Liverpool, which is closer to its end destination.

The first three sailings will be operated at full capacity and it has now committed to more calls over the coming months.

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