2019 Asia North Europe Schedule Launched

by | May 10, 2019

The 2019 instalment of the UniOcean Lines Asia Europe Service Directory has just been released, which includes all major inbound and outbound loops and services operating in the trade, being the most comprehensive sailing schedule available on the market.

The directory includes port rotations, transit times and sailing days for both import and export services between Asia and Northern Europe. In total, the in-depth schedule offers 19 loops, that are otherwise marketed by the three carrier alliances, in one easy-to-read format.

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