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17th Oct, 2013


Emirates Shipping Line stated today that in light of recent market developments it is announcing a General Rate Increase on its Middle East trade lane in line with market conditions.

The quantum and date of implementation are as below:

Scope: all westbound shipments to Middle East region from Far East and South East Asia

Quantum: USD500/20' and USD1000/40' containers

Validity: from 1st November 2013 till further notice

Emirates Shipping Line DMCEST, is registered in Dubai Maritime City of UAE and commercially headquartered in Dubai and Hong Kong, two of the busiest commercial hubs in the world.

To learn more please visit our website www.emiratesline.com


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22nd June, 2011

Emirates Shipping Line today announces its participation in the Far East Middle East Express (FMX) service with Hanjin, which is due to start on 7th July. Emirates Shipping Line has slots on this premier Asia to Middle East service.

The port rotation is Pusan, Kwangyang, Shanghai, Ningbo, Yantian, Singapore, Colombo, Jebel Ali, Dammam, Bandar Abbas, Karachi, Port Kelang, Singapore, Pusan

FMX is the fastest service linking Pusan to Dammam with a transit time of 20 days. It is also one of the most competitive services, that provides linkage from Pusan to Jebel Ali and Bandar Abbas.

In an official statement released Emirates stated "The Far East Middle East Express (FMX) service offers a superior coverage from Asia to the Indian Subcontinent and the Gulf.  The uniqueness of this service is linking Korea directly to the major Gulf ports namely Jebel Ali, Dammam and Bandar Abbas, via the busy transhipment port of Colombo. It makes this service a comprehensive and competitive service in the North Asia to the Gulf trade lane".

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