APM Terminals (APMT) Pipavav has secured a new weekly service from Port Pipavav to Jebel Ali, reconnecting Pipavav through Kandla, Chennai, Tuticorin and Cochin Ports.
The PIC 2 service will arrive at Port Pipavav, India, every Wednesday and will help move import and export goods that include agricultural products, scrap material, biteumen, B.Meat, white goods and more.
Jakob Friis Sorensen, managing director of APMT Pipavav, said: “This is another step-in course to enhance our connectivity and heighten our presence.
“Marking this milestone, we trust we will be able to cater to more markets and ensure faster, efficient and safe transit cargos.”
APMT Pipavav’s current infrastructure and skilled manpower will enable it to operate this service in the most efficient manner, he added, thereby ensuring efficient service to exporters and importers.
Capt. Ashish Chauhan, chief operating officer of Shreyas Shipping, said: “We believe that the Port Pipavav with its excellent connectivity to the hinterland will be able to cater to the EXIM customers competently.
“We are certain that our customers will be able to benefit immensely through efficient service offering of APMT Pipavav and their quality infrastructure. This will be a mutually beneficial covenant towards marking greater business relations.”