RCL revamps Thailand Indonesia Express with Partner
13 Mar 2019

RCL, with its partner ONE is pleased to announce the revamp of both its existing Thailand to Indonesia services i.e. RIT1 and RTI2 via Port Klang and Singapore.

The current and new changes are:

RCL will continue branding the service as “RTI 1” and “RTI 2” on both strings. RCL will deploy the 2,800 TEU nominal capacity - Racha Bhum on RTI 1, with a second vessel from ONE. For the RTI 2, RCL and its partner intend to deploy 2 x 4,200 TEU nominal capacity vessels on the corridor.

The maiden voyage will commence ex Laem Chabang on the 4 April 19 on the RTI 1 & 6 April 19 for the RTI2. Vessel and voyage details will be advised later.

“The higher capacity in both the RTI1 and RTI2 will help to meet growing traffic between Thailand and Indonesia going forward. Both Indonesia and Thailand remain amongst ASEAN fastest growing economies and by providing direct shipments between the two countries and via its transhipment hub of Port Klang and Singapore, RCL can provide its customers access to a wealth of destinations within Asia”.


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 48 vessels with sizes ranging between 200 TEUs and 6621 TEUs. It also has a fleet of 112,160 TEUs to support its own COC carriage as well. RCL operates a network of 66 offices made up of both owned and agency partner offices to support its operations. Today, RCL is recognised as amongst the leading SOC and Intra Asian operator by both peers and customers alike.

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