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Route information that freight forwarders must see (1)

Route information that freight forwarders must see (1)


Global routes

Route description:

1. Pacific Route

(1) Far East-West Coast Route of North America

The route includes trade routes from China, North Korea, Japan and the Soviet Union's Far East seaport to Canada, the United States, Mexico and other ports on the west coast of North America. Starting from the coastal ports of our country, we go south through the Dayu Strait to the East China Sea, north through the Homa Strait to the Japan Sea, or through the Qingjin Strait to the Pacific Ocean, or through the Zonggu Strait to the North Pacific Ocean through the Okhotsk Sea.

(2) Far East-Caribbean, East Coast Route of North America

The route often arrives from the Hawaiian Islands north and south to the Panama Canal. Most of the ships departing from the northern coastal ports of China go to the East China Sea via the Dayu Strait or Ryukyu Anmei Island.

(3) Far East-West Coast Route of South America

Ships departing from ports along the northern coast of China mostly pass through Ryukyu Amei Island. The Iwong Islands, Wake Islands, and the Lane Islands south of the Hawaiian Islands cross the equator into the South Pacific to ports on the west coast of South America.

(4) Far East-Southeast Asia Route

This route is the main route for Chinese, Korean and Japanese cargo ships to ports in Southeast Asia and to ports along the Indian Atlantic through the Strait of Malacca. The East China Sea, Taiwan Strait, Bus Strait and South China Sea are the only routes for ships on this route. The routes are busy.

(5) Far East-Australia, New Zealand Route

There are two routes from the Far East to the southeastern coast of Australia. For several dynasties, vessels from northern coastal ports of China to the eastern coast of Australia and ports of New Zealand need to go to Ryukyu Jiumi Island, Yap Island of the Carolinian Islands to enter the Solomon Sea and Coral Lake. Container ships between China and Australia need to go through the South China Sea, the Sulawesi Sea, the Banda Sea, the Alafra Sea and then the Torres Strait to enter the Coral Sea after loading or transshipment in Hong Kong. China and Japan travel to the west coast of Australia to the Philippine inhabitants of the Strait of Duro, looking to the Strait of Garcia and the Strait of Longmu into the Indian Ocean.

(6) Australia, New Zealand-North America East-West Coast Route

From Australia and New Zealand to the coast of North America, many important Pacific terminals such as Suva and Honolulu arrive. To the east coast of North America, it passes through the Panama Canal via Papiti in the Social Islands.

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