PIL launches weekly service to link key ports in Thailand, Philippines, Singapore

Pacific International Lines (PIL) is about to revolutionize Southeast Asian transport with its new weekly direct service, the Thailand Philippines Straits Service (TPS), launching on February 15, from Manila, Philippines.
This service will bring the key ports of Thailand, the Philippines, and Singapore nearer collectively and enhance PIL’s connections within the area. Privy of vessels with an average capacity of 750 TEUs, jointly operated by PIL and Philippine-based Iris Lines, Inc., will serve TPS, reported Asia Cargo News.
PIL Intra-Asia Services General supervisor Surendran Mathilagath is happy by the new companies.
“The introduction of this new service is a part of our ongoing drive to boost our protection in Asia. It additionally marks our dedication to strengthening our linkages with Asia’s quite a few ports.
“By including this new TPS service, PIL is providing a powerful connection among the many key Southeast Asian nations of the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore.
“This would considerably raise our competitiveness in Asia, enabling us to offer competitive options and transit times inside Southeast Asia, in addition to to the relaxation of our international network.
Nothing to it is consistent with PIL’s commitment to delivering connectivity and worth to our prospects worldwide.”
The new TPS service will comply with the Bangkok – Laem Chabang – Manila – Singapore – Bangkok port rotation.

While the transport industry has been boosted by the information linking the Southeast Asian ports the same can’t be stated about flights in Thailand.
Regional airline Bangkok Airways announced the momentary suspension of two of its routes “until further discover.”
Bangkok Airways will suspend all flights on the home Bangkok – Hat Yai route on March 1, 2023.
The international route Bangkok – Da Nang, in Vietnam, might be suspended from May 1, 2023.
The airline did not reveal the rationale for the momentary suspension of the two popular routes with no set dates for their return.
Passengers who already purchased tickets on the aforementioned routes past the suspension dates have three options…
For more information, passengers can name Bangkok Airways’ helpline on 1771 or 02-270-6699 between 8am – 8pm..

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