NOTICE

NEWS

STAFF

AWARDS

SCHEDULE

ATA/ATD Inquiry

Sailing Service

Sailing Schedule-Search By Date

Sailing Schedule-Search By Service

Vessel Particular

Port To Port Schedule

CARGO TRACKING

Cargo Tracking

EXPORT SERVICE

Exchange Rate - Vessel

Free Days Inquiry

Telex Released Query

Dangerous Cargo Manifest query

IMPORT SERVICE

Exchange Rate - Vessel

Free Days Inquiry

Dangerous Cargo Manifest query

TARIFF

Demurrage & Detention

VNHCM local tariff

VNHPH local tariff

E-COMMERCE

B/L Release Tracing

VGM Maintain

E Booking

Local Tariff download

DG INFOMATION

DG Application

DG Goods Probidden list

INFORMATION

Container Information

CloueEIP

CONTAINER QUERY

B/L SIGNATURE

NOTICE

NEWS

STAFF

AWARDS

SCHEDULE

ATA/ATD Inquiry

Sailing Service

Sailing Schedule-Search By Date

Sailing Schedule-Search By Service

Vessel Particular

Port To Port Schedule

CARGO TRACKING

Cargo Tracking

EXPORT SERVICE

Exchange Rate - Vessel

Free Days Inquiry

Telex Released Query

Dangerous Cargo Manifest query

IMPORT SERVICE

Exchange Rate - Vessel

Free Days Inquiry

Dangerous Cargo Manifest query

TARIFF

Demurrage & Detention

VNHCM local tariff

VNHPH local tariff

E-COMMERCE

B/L Release Tracing

VGM Maintain

E Booking

Local Tariff download

DG INFOMATION

DG Application

DG Goods Probidden list

INFORMATION

Container Information

CloueEIP

CONTAINER QUERY

B/L SIGNATURE

NEWS

01-09 ,2020

The TS PUSAN (1,808 teu) is delivered – Last of series

Hong Kong-based TS Lines (TSL) has taken in charge the 1,808 teu TS PUSAN, last of six widebeam ‘Bangkokmax’ sisters from CSBC of  Taiwan. The carrier had ordered the first two ships in July 2015 with two follow-up orders in May 2016 and two more in March 2018. 

TS Lines’ gearless ships are based on the ‘CSBC 1800 Mk-II’ design, a type of which, including the TS PUSAN, 22 units have been delivered since 2014. The ships are 171.99 m long and they have a breadth of 27.50 m. With their compact dimensions, the vessels cannot only call at Bangkok (see page 17), but they are also well suited to serve smaller ports with physical constraints, especially in South East Asia.

The TS PUSAN is propelled by a six-cylinder MAN-B&W engine of the S60ME-C8.5 model providing a power of 12,050 kW. She will be fitted with a scrubber in the first quarter of this year. 

The TS PUSAN follows the TS QINGDAO, delivered in October, and she has recently phased into the Japan – Taiwan – South China service ‘PAS’, that is jointly offered by TS Lines and Yang Ming. Here, she replaces the chartered 1,708 teu MILLENIUM BRIGHT, which has since been re-assigned to trade on the ‘South China – Philippines service 1′ service (CP1).

From:Alphaliner