Japanese transport company adds Asian route

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MOL Liner Ltd. announced a new China-Middle East service.

It will leave June 8 from Shanghai on June 8 and will be operated by six vessels, the company said Tuesday in a press release. MOL will offer an additional weekly service by joining the existing service operated by Wan Hai Lines, Pacific International Lines and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha.

The multimodal transport company operates more than 800 vessels and employs more than 8,600 worldwide. It offers weekly trans-Pacific, trans-Atlantic, Americas and Asia-Europe services.

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