February 14, 2020
- GDP, the world's ninth containerized shipping carrier, leaves
the trans-Pacific market
- Singapore company to focus on routes
- The shipping company Pacific International Lines (GDP)
Singapore, which with a fleet of 120 container carriers for a
about 400,000 teu is the ninth largest carrier in the world
containerized shipping industry, announced
today its decision to withdraw from trans-Pacific trade.
GDP specified that it had taken this decision as part of a
wider strategic review of its business.
- GDP, which operates 30 other vessels in addition to the container carriers for the
transport of bulk and miscellaneous goods, has announced that from now on the
will focus on further strengthening the company's
north-south markets such as those in Africa, the Middle East
East/Red Sea, Indian subcontinent and Oceania.
- The Singapore-s. company will make its final departure
trans-Pacific routes next March.
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