Pacific Basin Shipping Limited’s Supramax Vessels Achieve Remarkable Feat at Lanshan Port, China
In a remarkable achievement, three Supramax vessels belonging to Pacific Basin Shipping Limited – MV Oyster Bay, MV Olive Bay, and MV Otago Bay – have successfully unloaded shipments of NOPAC and New Zealand logs simultaneously at Lanshan Port, China. This port stands out as China’s largest hub for log imports, making this accomplishment significant for Pacific Basin Shipping Limited.
Lanshan Port has been a steadfast supporter of Pacific Basin Shipping Limited’s NOPAC log parcel program. What sets Lanshan Port apart is its top-notch discharging facilities in China, which include the largest fumigation facilities. Moreover, the port is renowned for its service-oriented approach, making it an ideal partner for such ventures.
Expressing their gratitude, Pacific Basin Shipping Limited conveyed their appreciation to Lanshan Port for capturing this incredible moment. They also acknowledged the port’s continuous support for their program. This achievement not only highlights the expertise and efficiency of Pacific Basin Shipping Limited’s operations but also strengthens the longstanding partnership between the company and Lanshan Port.
This successful simultaneous unloading of NOPAC and New Zealand logs underscores the collaborative efforts and dedication of all parties involved. It marks a significant milestone in the shipping industry, showcasing the capabilities of modern ports and shipping companies in handling complex logistics operations efficiently. Pacific Basin Shipping Limited looks forward to more such successful collaborations and endeavors in the future, thanks to the support and cooperation of partners like Lanshan Port.