Abu Dhabi Ports enhances its global network by Jade service

Abu Dhabi Ports – Director and operator of Khalifa Port Container Terminal welcomed the addition of a new mainline service to its growing network “Jade” which forms part of the networks of the Mediterranean Shipping Company “MSC” and “Maersk Line”.

Abu Dhabi Ports Jade service

The new Jade service provides Abu Dhabi Ports customers with additional direct coverage standard transport times from the Mediterranean and the Red Sea to Abu Dhabi and from Abu Dhabi to Southeast Asia and North Asia.

On June 8, the first ship arrived in Abu Dhabi through this new service with the mooring of the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MV) MAYA for the first time at Khalifa Port Container Terminal.

The container ships it operates are among the largest container ships on a level the world and the largest ever in the Mediterranean Shipping Company’s fleet of ships Maritime “MSC” while hosting Abu Dhabi ports on June 23 and 28 Last two biggest container ships for the first time at the level of the Arabian Gulf, these are the MV SIXIN “with a capacity of 23,656 TEU” and the MV ship GULSUN “with a capacity of 23,756 TEUs”.

Our relationship, said Ahmed Al-Mutawa, CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports
With the partners of the Mediterranean Sea Shipping Company “MSC” and “Maersk Line ” that enables access to the global markets in an unprecedented way, It reflects on the interest of our customers.

Abu Dhabi Ports global network

The Jade service is a clear indication of the importance that partners attach
Alliance of the Mediterranean Shipping Company and Maersk Line to supply the markets of Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates with the best levels of service and access to and from Khalifa Port.

He pointed out that adding new services along the lines of the “Jade” service besides the continued expansion of the Khalifa Port container terminal – which will allow us to double annual capacity to 5 million TEUs by the end of this
Year – will reflect our ongoing commitment to providing the best possible logistical solutions to our customers.

The approved shipping line for Jade service to and from the ports
Next: Joya Toro, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, East Port Said, and King’s Port
Abdullah, Salalah, Khalifa Port / Abu Dhabi Ports /, Jebel Ali, Singapore,
Yantian, Qingdao, Busan, Ningbo, Shanghai, Xiamen and Nansha.

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