APM Terminals Mumbai also known as Gateway Terminals India (GTI) has secured a new weekly intra-Asia service. The service, known as RWA1(RCL feeders China-Western India Service) is operated jointly by RCL Feeders, Pacific International Lines, CU Lines and Inter Asia Lines using 5 vessels in a 35-day rotation with RCL feeders being the berth window holder. The maiden call of the service was received at the terminal in Mumbai on November 15. The loop includes the ports of Nansha- Shekou – Singapore – Westport – Northport – Nhava Sheva – Mundra – Westport – Haiphong – Nansha.

Speaking on the new call, Mr. Girish Aggarwal, COO, GTI said “GTI has always been at the forefront of customer service and we are glad to be a part of this service that connects Asia with our port. The service will provide an opportunity to our customers to expand their market and connect to Asian countries that are untapped. We believe our infrastructure and capabilities will help us to operate this service in the most efficient manner, thereby ensuring cost-effective and safe transit of cargoes of our customers.”

About APM Terminals Mumbai (Gateway Terminals India): APM Terminals Mumbai also known as Gateway Terminals India (GTI) is a part of APM Terminals global ports/terminal network. It is a joint venture between APM Terminals and the Container Corporation of India (CONCOR-A Government of India undertaking). APM Terminals Mumbai is one of the three container terminals operating from Nhava Sheva’s Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) having procured a 30 years’ license from the port to provide container handling services at its facility. APM Terminals Mumbai is connected to the rest of the country via main routes NH-4B, NH-4 and NH-17. Similarly, it is connected to the national railway network at Panvel junction and has access to 33 ICDs throughout India.

Source : maritimegateway