Emirates Shipping Line

Emirates Shipping Line

Emirates Shipping Line DMCEST is a transportation company registered in Dubai Maritime City of United Arab Emirates. Founded in 2006, the Dubai-based company operates nine service routes to the Middle East, China, Southeast Asia, India, and Africa. The shipping company also has a global network of regional agencies and ports. The company operates six vessels with a carrying capacity of 20,117 TEUs.

03 Dec 2014
Emirates Shipping Line has expanded its Asia-East Africa coverage with two new services in cooperation with CMA CGM, effective this month.
24 Nov 2014
Emirates Shipping Line on Monday said it will expand its services connecting Asia and East Africa into two fixed-day weekly services that will ensure that “port delays do not impact the quality of service on either loop.”
25 Sep 2014
Emirates Shipping Line has expanded its Gulf-Indian subcontinent-Africa (GIA) service by adding a direct call at the Port of Jawaharlal Nehru (Nhava Sheva), India’s largest container gateway.
28 Aug 2014
Emirates Shipping Line is the latest container line to impose surcharges on India-bound cargoes in response to the months-long intermodal delays that have led to serious equipment imbalance issues at India’s premier container gateways.
Port of Hong Kong
15 Jan 2014
As part of a slot sharing agreement, seven container lines will cooperate on three existing Far East-to-Indian subcontinent services, effective in February 2014.