CEVA Logistics has launched three new less-than-container load (LCL) lanes into Australia. The latest additions to CEVA's global Oceanfreight services run from Shanghai, China, and Singapore to three locations in Australia: Sydney, Melbourne, and Fremantle. The three lanes are already operational.
The Shanghai-to-Sydney lane has a transit time of 16 days and also serves the Brisbane area. The company can provide expedited cargo clearance through its Container Freight Station (CFS) upon arrival. Deliveries to final destinations in Sydney happen just three to five days after the vessel arrives in port and to Brisbane within a further two days.
The Shanghai-to-Melbourne lane has a transit time of 19 days. It also serves Adelaide. This lane also benefits from faster freight availability through CEVA's CFS in Melbourne. CEVA is delivering locally in Melbourne within three to five days of vessel arrival, with guaranteed overnight transit to Adelaide.
The Singapore to Fremantle transit time is approximately seven days, with faster freight availability at CEVA's Perth CFS.
For all three lanes, customers can use CEVA's Track and Trace tool to see exactly where their goods are at any point in the supply chain.
Further services to Sydney and Melbourne out of Hong Kong and Hamburg, Germany are also planned in the coming months.
Company: Ceva Logistics
Company URL: www.cevalogistics.com