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The must-see route information for freight forwarders (3) CNS Logistics

by:CNS     2021-04-03
The must-see route information for freight forwarders (3): 2018-08-28 09:33:00 3. Indian Ocean routes Indian Ocean routes are mainly oil transportation lines, and many of them are transit transportation of bulk cargo. (1) Persian Gulf-Good Hope-Western Europe, North America route This route is mainly operated by super tankers and is the world's most important maritime oil transportation route. (2) Persian Gulf-Southeast Asia-Japan route This route passes through the Strait of Malacca (available for ships under 200,000 dwt) or Lombok and Makassar Strait (available for supertankers above 200,000 dwt) to Japan. (3) The Persian Gulf-Suez Canal-Mediterranean Sea-Western Europe, North America transportation route currently can pass supertankers with a capacity of 300,000 tons. In addition to the above three oil shipping lines, other routes in the Indian Ocean include: Far East-Southeast Asia-East Africa routes; Far East-Southeast Asia, Mediterranean-Northwest Europe routes; Far East-Southeast Asia-Cape of Good Hope-West Africa, South America routes; Australia New-Mediterranean-Northwest Europe route; Northern Indian Ocean-Europe route. 4. World container shipping routes At present, the world's shipping container routes mainly include: (1) Far East-North America route; (2) North America-Europe, Mediterranean route; (3) Europe, Mediterranean-Far East route; (4) Far East -Australia route; (5) Australia, New Zealand-North America route; (6) Europe, Mediterranean-West Africa, South Africa route.
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