2001

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News Release
6th September 2001

LINE forms alliance with Yue Yuen

LINE – Logistics Information Network Enterprise today announced an alliance with Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Limited and its affiliate companies to provide supply-centric collaborative logistics solutions for the electronics and sports footwear industries.

News Release
30th August 2001

Port of Felixstowe Provides Boost for Felixstowe Play Areas

A donation of GBP10,000 from the Port has contributed significantly towards the refurbishment of several play areas within the town.

24th August 2001

More Users Join YICT’s EDI System

In July 2001, five more shipping lines — Lykes Lines, Contship Container Lines, Maruba S. C. A., Transportation Maritima Mexicana and ZIM — became users of YICT’s Electronic Data Interchange System (EDI).

News Release
23rd August 2001

CMA CGM’s Inter-Asia Service Calling at YICT

On 23 August 2001, “Xiang Ling” under CMA CGM arrived at Yantian to launch its Inter-Asia service in YICT.

News Release
16th August 2001

COSCO Launches EU Service at YICT

The inaugural vessel “YUNHE” is 280 metres in length with a capacity of 5,446 TEU.

News Release
15th August 2001

CEIS Operational

On 15 August 2001, Customs Electronic Inspection System (CEIS), jointly developed by YICT and Dapeng Customs, commenced operation officially after a 15-day trial run.

News Release
10th August 2001

Another America Service of GA Calls at YICT

“New York Express”, the pioneer of the service with a length of 294 metres and a capacity of 4,890 TEU, is one of 15 fourth-generation vessels under Grand Alliance to be put into operation.

News Release
7th August 2001

TPOS on Trial Run

This system is designed to provide shipping lines with efficient and accurate tally services.

News Release
7th August 2001

ICS Implemented on Internet by YICT

Besides all its previous functions, the new version has been expanded to include user help and idle time control.

3rd August 2001

“K” Line Increases Shipping Capacity with New Vessels

It’s planned to invest in eight new container vessels of the 5th generation with a capacity of 5,500 TEU, and the vessel length of 284.71 metres.

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