Write on Thursday, 05 February 2015 Published in Service
Shanghai to Yangon container ship voyages are now underway, an indication that China-Myanmar trade is on the increase. Here the world's biggest container ship, named the Maersk MC-Kinney Moller arrives at the port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Photo: Jerry Lampen/EPA
Shanghai to Yangon container ship voyages are now underway, an indication that China-Myanmar trade is on the increase. Here the world's biggest container ship, named the Maersk MC-Kinney Moller arrives at the port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Photo: Jerry Lampen/EPA

The first sailing of MCC Transport’s new direct service between China and Myanmar is on the water as the sister company of Maersk Line moves to capitalise on growing trade between the two nations, according to the Journal of Commerce February 4.