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MOL will upgrade its AJS feeder service by adding a Thailand link to the Singapore-Jakarta route from March 13. The new AJS service will use two vessels and be jointly operated by MOL and Regional Container Lines.

AJS will directly link Laem Chabang to Jakarta with a transit time of four days, which will ensure a smooth connection with the Japan-Strait Service HS3. In addition, the AJS service will offer a second call at Jakarta to meet the requirements for outbound services from the Indonesian capital.

The new AJS port rotation will be:

Singapore (Sun/Mon) 1st,

Jakarta (Tue/Wed) 2nd,

Jakarta (Fri/Sat),

Singapore (Mon/Mon), 

Laem Chabang (Thu/Fri),



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