RCL replaces its Partner Vessel on Central China to Thailand Service (RBC)
11 Mar 2019

RCL is pleased to announce that it will take over CNC's existing vessel operation on the RBC1 come end March 2019.

RBC currently rotation includes calls at Ningbo – Shanghai – Laem Chabang – Bangkok (PAT) – Laem Chabang in a 3 vessel, 21-day rotation. Today, RCL already employs two of those vessels on the service i.e. M.V. Jitra Bhum and Itha Bhum on the service.

RCL will phase in the M.V. Kama Bhum to replace CNC's vessel at Ningbo from 28 March 19, making the RBC an exclusive RCL service. The current deployment remains unchanged going forward.


About RCL
Founded in 1979, RCL is a Thai based container shipping line. Listed on the Thai Stock Exchange since 1988, its core business is in the carriage of Shipper owned containers (SOC) and its own Carrier container containers (COC) in a service network that is fully Asia centric. RCL currently owns and operates a fleet of 50 vessels with sizes ranging between 500 TEUs to 3316 TEUs. It also has a fleet of 110,100 TEUs to support its own COC carriage as well. RCL operates a network of 67 offices made up of both owned and agency partner offices to support its operations. Today, RCL is recognized as amongst the leading SOC and Intra Asian operator by both peers and customers alike.

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