Call for direct Asia call at port of Liverpool as imported retail volumes grow

September 10, 2019 Gavin van Marle

A major UK retailer has dramatically increased the use of a recently launched feeder service between Southampton and the country’s north-west container gateway of Liverpool. 
Since Yang Ming launched its express feeder service in June, retailer B&M, which has 600 stores across the country selling a range of home and garden goods, said it had pushed through increased volumes as it looked to move more import cargo through Liverpool. 
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