Zim targets e-commerce traffic with launch of transpacific express service

June 2, 2020 Gavin van Marle

Israeli shipping line Zim has become the latest carrier to offer an express transpacific service, yesterday announcing the launch of its Zim eCommerce Xpress (ZEX) string on 22 June.
The service will connect the Pearl River Delta ports of Yantian and DaChan Bay with Los Angeles, and offer a transit time of 12 days.
The service is particularly targeting e-commerce cargo shippers, “especially now due to the growing e-commerce demand following the ...

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