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CEVA Launches Weekly LCL Service From Singapore to New York

CEVA Logistics has launched a weekly less-than-containerload (LCL) service from Singapore to New York.

The direct service will take approximately 23 days from port to port. CEVA said it will provide track-and-trace visibility of all cargo shipments from origin to destination. Complementing the offering are consolidation services from Penang to Singapore, prior to moving the load to New York. Singapore is a key hub for CEVA’s LCL services, with weekly direct connections to Shanghai, Pusan, Chittagong and other destinations. CEVA also offers door-to-door trucking service from New York to 51 destinations in the U.S., as part of its menu of integrated supply-chain services. The company recently began a guaranteed weekly LCL service from its newly opened gateway in Antwerp, Belgium to New York.

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The direct service will take approximately 23 days from port to port. CEVA said it will provide track-and-trace visibility of all cargo shipments from origin to destination. Complementing the offering are consolidation services from Penang to Singapore, prior to moving the load to New York. Singapore is a key hub for CEVA’s LCL services, with weekly direct connections to Shanghai, Pusan, Chittagong and other destinations. CEVA also offers door-to-door trucking service from New York to 51 destinations in the U.S., as part of its menu of integrated supply-chain services. The company recently began a guaranteed weekly LCL service from its newly opened gateway in Antwerp, Belgium to New York.

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