Things are looking up for US importers, following the unprecedented capacity issues they have experienced for eastbound cargo from Asia over the last nine months. Optimistic about increased 2010 trade volume from northeast Asia, Hyundai, the performance award winning ocean carrier, announced in a recent press release that it is adding capacity into the US/Asia Trade by bringing back its weekly PSW service to the US west coast.
This service will connect Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and South China to the US ports of Oakland and Long Beach. The first vessel/voyage, the Hyundai Commodore 524, departed Kaohsiung on May 20th and is set to arrive at Long Beach on June 6th.
Posted by CNI’s guest blogger: Sandy Taylor, District Sales Manager, Hyundai Merchant Marine. Tel: 952-893-1345. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org