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CNCo opens Chinese headquarters

China Navigation Company (CNCo) has opened its new Chinese headquarters in Shanghai.

“With our Shanghai office now being a full-fledged operating subsidiary as well as our other offices in Qingdao, Beijing and Guangzhou, we are even more confident of delivering innovative and sustainable shipping solutions that will meet the needs of our customers,” explained Randy Selvaratnam, CNCo country manager.

“Currently, we offer four separate services from China covering the South Pacific Islands, New Zealand, and North Australia trades.”

Headquartered in Singapore, CNCo owns and manages more than 130 vessels through its three core divisions – Swire Shipping, Swire Bulk and Swire Bulk Logistics.

The company operates a network of multipurpose liner services for the transportation of containerised, breakbulk, heavy lift and project cargoes, in addition to providing dry bulk and bulk logistics services.

www.swireshipping.com

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