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Japan-China sea express resumes under RCEP after 7-year break




A sea express route between Qingdao in Japan’s Osaka and east China’s Shandong Province opened recently after the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) came into effect earlier this year for members, including the two countries. The development comes seven years after the closure of a similar route between Qingdao and Japan’s Shimonoseki.

Vessels can be directly boarded with loading equipment such as forklifts and trucks, with shipping speed almost twice as normal through this route, and as a result, the entire voyage can be shortened by 24 hours.

A sea express route between Qingdao in Japan’s Osaka and east China’s Shandong Province opened recently after the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement came into effect earlier this year for members, including the two countries. The development comes seven years after the closure of a similar route between Qingdao and Japan’s Shimonoseki.

Offering advantages in shipping time and costs, the new express route, together with the city’s international airport, will help Qingdao build a foreign trade system that combines sea and air transport, according to official Chinese media.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)





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