HMM vessel makes maiden call under China West India Express service

Hyundai Voyager Voy-061, the first Hyundai vessel under the China West India Express service, called at the GTI terminal, Nhava Sheva (JN Port) on July 24, 2017.

During its stay, it handled a total of 942 moves/1,183 TEUs of imports and 465 moves/631 TEUs of exports (both including partners), adding up to 1,407 moves/1,814 TEUs.

In a brief function held on board the vessel to mark this maiden call, a memento was presented to the Master Capt. Kim Jonghwi. The others who graced the occasion were Mr Kim Jong Suk, Vice-President, HMM India; Mr Prashant Rane, Deputy General Manager – Operations; and Mr Vincent Fernandes, Manager – Operations.

A partnership of five lines, the service has the following port rotation: Tianjin, Qingdao, Ningbo, Singapore, Port Klang, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Hazira, Colombo, Port Klang, Singapore, Tianjin. It operates with 6 x 4,600-TEU vessels, with HMM deploying two vessels, the Hyundai Voyager and the Hyundai Goodwill.