The ocean carrier is adding the Japan-Indonesia Service and Japan-Indonesia Express to its network at the end of March. Both services are jointly operated by NYK and K-Line. The existing JIS will be going through some changes in port coverage and rotation, effective March 27, and JIE will be newly introduced as of March 28:
- JIS port rotation: Tokyo, Yokohama, Shimizu, Yokkaichi, Nagoya, Kobe in Japan; Manila, the Philippines; Singapore; Port Klang, Malaysia; Jakarta, Indonesia; Singapore; Hong Kong; and back to Tokyo.
- JIE port rotation: Osaka, Nagoya, Shimizu, Tokyo, Yokohama in Japan; Singapore; Jakarta; Singapore; Manila; and Osaka.
Additionally, the New China-Indonesia service will launch on April 3. Hanjin Shipping will join with T.S. Lines and KMTC to run the weekly service with four 2,500-TEU ships deployed by the partner carriers. The port rotation is as follows: Qingdao, China; Incheon and Busan, South Korea; Shanghai; Hong Kong; Shekou, China; Singapore; Jakarta; Shekou; Hong Kong; and Qingdao again.