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Sarjak eyes Japanese ODC market

June 16 - Sarjak Containers Lines has enhanced its over-dimensional cargo (ODC) transportation services by introducing new routes to Japan.

Soumen Majumdar, president - business development (Far East /South East Asia), at Sarjak stated: "Japan is an important part of our growth plans to serve our customers in the Far East and Southeast Asia markets. We are geared to serve all main base ports in Japan i.e. Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Osaka and Kobe. Our customers can expect an enhanced and exceptional service response and also a more local approach to their over-dimensional cargo movement solutions."

Mitsui-Soko Group will act as Sarjak Container Lines' general agents in the Japanese market.

 

www.sarjak.com

www.mitsui-soko.co.jp/en

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