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    S O L A S
    01-Jul-2016
    SOLAS VGM REQUIREMENT In order to address safety problems at sea and on shore arising from container shipments that have incorrect weight declarations, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted amendments to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention and will enter in to force on July 1st, 2016. At this time, the verification of the gross weight (VGM) of a packed export container will be required before the container is loaded aboard a ship. The responsibility for obtaining and documenting the verified gross weight (VGM) of a packed container lies with the shipper. The SOLAS regulations provides two methods by which the shipper may obtain the VGM of a packed container. Method No. 1: • After packing and sealing a container and using calibrated and certified equipment, the shipper may weigh, or have arranged that a third party weigh, the packed container. The scale, weighbridge, lifting equipment or other devices used to verify the gross mass of the container must meet the applicable accuracy standards and requirements of the State in which the equipment is being used. . Method No. 2: • The shipper (or, by arrangement of the shipper, a third party) may weigh all packages and cargo items, including the mass of pallets, dunnage and other packing and securing material to be packed in the container, and add the tare mass of the container to the sum of the single masses of the container’s contents. The weighing equipment used to weigh the contents of the container must meet the applicable accuracy standards and requirements of the State in which the equipment is being used. Furthermore, a container that does not have a verified gross weight will not be loaded onboard the vessels. We will continue to keep you updated of any changes to this requirement. More information can be found at: http://www.worldshipping.org/industry-issues/safety/cargo-weight which include a FAQs page Please be advised that when providing your VGM we ask that you break down the weight to cargo weight and container Tare weight separately. Should you have any questions, please contact your local Gold Star Line Ltd Representative who will be happy to assist.

    Gold Star Line Upgrades Far East - West Africa to two loops, Enhanced coverage
    1 Feb 2016
    Gold Star Lines FAX Service connecting Asia to West Africa is being upgraded to two loops, improving the transit time, with enhanced coverage in Asia and West Africa effective from February 2016. Two direct sailings per week, offering improved transit times from more Ports of Loading in Asia to more ports in West Africa are the key advantages of this improved product. The ports of call of the two services will be as below: FAX: Far East - West Africa Express operating 11 vessels on the following rotation: Shanghai - Ningbo - Hong Kong - Nansha - Singapore - Port Kelang - Colombo - Lagos (Apapa) - Tincan Island(TICT) - Tincan (P&CHS) - Tema - Cotonou - Abidjan - Singapore - Shanghai. FA2: Asia - West Africa Service operating 12 vessels on the following rotation: Shanghai - Ningbo - Xiamen - Shekou - Nansha - Singapore - Lome - Tincan Island(TICT) - Tema - Abidjan - Colombo - Port Kelang - Singapore - Shanghai. The new service lineup will add Xiamen and Shekou to the ports of loading and Abidjan and Lome in West Africa. An east-bound connection at Colombo will offer superior transit time to exporters in West Africa.

    Launch of KCT Serrvice
    4 Sept 2015
    GSL is pleased to announce the launch of KCT service (Korea China Thailand Service) effective from 9-Sep-2015. This service will upgrade our coverage between Korea/North China to Thailand, and it will improve our product frequence from Central China to Thailand together with CVX. KCT miden voyage will depart from Inchon on 9th-Sep with rotation: Inchon-Qingdao-Shanghai-LeamChaBang-BangkoK-LeamChaBang-Hongkong-Xiamen-Inchon. Together with our other Intra-Asia services, GSL can provide a more competitive service network in meeting the needs of our valuabal customers.

    AME improved Transit Time
    17 Aug 2015
    GSL announces the Fastest & un-beatable Transit time from Asia to India with the all new AME service (e.g: Shanghai to Nhava Sheva 14 days). The new upgraded weekly service will call Central & South China at prime window times, the fully owned service of GSL will enhance customer satisfaction and on-time delivery for our valued & transit sensitive customers.

    CIX adding PKL east bound
    17 Aug 2015
    GSL is pleased to announce the upgraded rotation of CIX (China India Express) service by adding Port Kelang ( West Port ) and Hong Kong on the East bound rotation improving our coverage from the Indian Subcontinent Market to reach South East Asia via GSL’s key transshipment hub at Port Kelang. The revised rotation is effective from 29 July 2015 as: Kwangyang–Pusan-Shanghai-Ningbo-Shekou-Singapore/W - Nhava Sheva-Pipavav-Port Kelang-Singapore/E-Hong Kong-Kwangyang.

    CI4 New Rotation
    17 Aug 2015
    GSL is pleased to announce the change in rotation of CI4 (China India Express IV) service covering North China to India, the new rotation will cover Mundra as a port of calling, strengthening further GSL presence and position to this market also adding further frequency to support AME services’ direct calling with fastest transit. New rotation will be effective from 17 August 2015 vessel arrival Xingang as: Xingang-Dalian–Qingdao-Kwangyang-Pusan-Ningbo-Singapore - Tenjung Pelapas-Colombo- Nhava Sheva-Mundra-Karachi-Singapore-Xingang.

    Weekly FAX service (Cover Between Asia & West Africa)
    August 2012
    Gold Star Line is pleased to announce its Weekly FAX service covering the trades between Asia and West Africa. In the 54th year of its having launched the Asia- West Africa service,The ports of call Shanghai-Ningbo-Da Chan Bay-Port Kelang-Colombo-Durban-Apapa-Tincan-Tema-Cotonou-Port Kelang-Shanghai. For more details please link on West Africa Service!

    S O L A S
    01-Jul-2016
    SOLAS VGM REQUIREMENT In order to address safety problems at sea and on shore arising from container shipments that have incorrect weight declarations, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted amendments to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention and will enter in to force on July 1st, 2016. At this time, the verification of the gross weight (VGM) of a packed export container will be required before the container is loaded aboard a ship. The responsibility for obtaining and documenting the verified gross weight (VGM) of a packed container lies with the shipper. The SOLAS regulations provides two methods by which the shipper may obtain the VGM of a packed container. Method No. 1: • After packing and sealing a container and using calibrated and certified equipment, the shipper may weigh, or have arranged that a third party weigh, the packed container. The scale, weighbridge, lifting equipment or other devices used to verify the gross mass of the container must meet the applicable accuracy standards and requirements of the State in which the equipment is being used. . Method No. 2: • The shipper (or, by arrangement of the shipper, a third party) may weigh all packages and cargo items, including the mass of pallets, dunnage and other packing and securing material to be packed in the container, and add the tare mass of the container to the sum of the single masses of the container’s contents. The weighing equipment used to weigh the contents of the container must meet the applicable accuracy standards and requirements of the State in which the equipment is being used. Furthermore, a container that does not have a verified gross weight will not be loaded onboard the vessels. We will continue to keep you updated of any changes to this requirement. More information can be found at: http://www.worldshipping.org/industry-issues/safety/cargo-weight which include a FAQs page Please be advised that when providing your VGM we ask that you break down the weight to cargo weight and container Tare weight separately. Should you have any questions, please contact your local Gold Star Line Ltd Representative who will be happy to assist.

    Gold Star Line Upgrades Far East - West Africa to two loops, Enhanced coverage
    1 Feb 2016
    Gold Star Lines FAX Service connecting Asia to West Africa is being upgraded to two loops, improving the transit time, with enhanced coverage in Asia and West Africa effective from February 2016. Two direct sailings per week, offering improved transit times from more Ports of Loading in Asia to more ports in West Africa are the key advantages of this improved product. The ports of call of the two services will be as below: FAX: Far East - West Africa Express operating 11 vessels on the following rotation: Shanghai - Ningbo - Hong Kong - Nansha - Singapore - Port Kelang - Colombo - Lagos (Apapa) - Tincan Island(TICT) - Tincan (P&CHS) - Tema - Cotonou - Abidjan - Singapore - Shanghai. FA2: Asia - West Africa Service operating 12 vessels on the following rotation: Shanghai - Ningbo - Xiamen - Shekou - Nansha - Singapore - Lome - Tincan Island(TICT) - Tema - Abidjan - Colombo - Port Kelang - Singapore - Shanghai. The new service lineup will add Xiamen and Shekou to the ports of loading and Abidjan and Lome in West Africa. An east-bound connection at Colombo will offer superior transit time to exporters in West Africa.

    Launch of KCT Serrvice
    4 Sept 2015
    GSL is pleased to announce the launch of KCT service (Korea China Thailand Service) effective from 9-Sep-2015. This service will upgrade our coverage between Korea/North China to Thailand, and it will improve our product frequence from Central China to Thailand together with CVX. KCT miden voyage will depart from Inchon on 9th-Sep with rotation: Inchon-Qingdao-Shanghai-LeamChaBang-BangkoK-LeamChaBang-Hongkong-Xiamen-Inchon. Together with our other Intra-Asia services, GSL can provide a more competitive service network in meeting the needs of our valuabal customers.

    AME improved Transit Time
    17 Aug 2015
    GSL announces the Fastest & un-beatable Transit time from Asia to India with the all new AME service (e.g: Shanghai to Nhava Sheva 14 days). The new upgraded weekly service will call Central & South China at prime window times, the fully owned service of GSL will enhance customer satisfaction and on-time delivery for our valued & transit sensitive customers.

    CIX adding PKL east bound
    17 Aug 2015
    GSL is pleased to announce the upgraded rotation of CIX (China India Express) service by adding Port Kelang ( West Port ) and Hong Kong on the East bound rotation improving our coverage from the Indian Subcontinent Market to reach South East Asia via GSL’s key transshipment hub at Port Kelang. The revised rotation is effective from 29 July 2015 as: Kwangyang–Pusan-Shanghai-Ningbo-Shekou-Singapore/W - Nhava Sheva-Pipavav-Port Kelang-Singapore/E-Hong Kong-Kwangyang.

    CI4 New Rotation
    17 Aug 2015
    GSL is pleased to announce the change in rotation of CI4 (China India Express IV) service covering North China to India, the new rotation will cover Mundra as a port of calling, strengthening further GSL presence and position to this market also adding further frequency to support AME services’ direct calling with fastest transit. New rotation will be effective from 17 August 2015 vessel arrival Xingang as: Xingang-Dalian–Qingdao-Kwangyang-Pusan-Ningbo-Singapore - Tenjung Pelapas-Colombo- Nhava Sheva-Mundra-Karachi-Singapore-Xingang.

    Weekly FAX service (Cover Between Asia & West Africa)
    August 2012
    Gold Star Line is pleased to announce its Weekly FAX service covering the trades between Asia and West Africa. In the 54th year of its having launched the Asia- West Africa service,The ports of call Shanghai-Ningbo-Da Chan Bay-Port Kelang-Colombo-Durban-Apapa-Tincan-Tema-Cotonou-Port Kelang-Shanghai. For more details please link on West Africa Service!
     
     
     
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