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.

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.