The Hong Kong-Philippines-Hong Kong service is your premier link connecting you and the rest of the world. Our service from Manila via Hong Kong covers west and east coast of America. The west coast takes17 days where as east coast requires 24 days. If you have cargo from western Europe, the transit time is as little as 24 days. Cities in Mediterranean can be reach in 18 days. Transit time from Manila via Hong Kong to Aegean city is 22 days. Our Australian Service has a transit time of 14 days. There are port cities in New Zealand that can be reach in 16 days. Our Pesian Gulf service for Dubai, Dammam and Karachi takes 21 days. To reach South Africa and South America east coast has a transit time of 29 days. In addition, direct service from Hong Kong to Manila take only 2 days.
Cargoes are loaded and discharged at Cosco HIT and CY closing every Wednesday, With our business network on world wide scale coupled with our first class service, we are surely that COSCO is the finest shipping company you will find in the world. The Hong Kong-Philippines-Hong Kong Service would be your choice.
COSCO LOGISTICS, co-invested by COSCO Group and COSCO Pacific Co., Ltd.(Hang Seng Index composition share, HK1199),is a modern logistics company with leading scale and strength of market, and the largest 3PL of Sino-foreign joint-venture in China.
The Philippines is located at the southeast coast of Asia, Between Asia mainland Australia. It has a total landmass of approximately 300,000 sq. kms. The Philippine archipelago is composed of three major islands namely, Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao.
Because of its geographic nature, inter-island transportation is the most economical and ideal way of transporting different commodities between the islands. Domestic carriers serve as bridges between the islands, allowing cargoes from Luzon to be brought to the southern part of the country or vice-versa. Philippines have several outports, which accommodate container traffic.
The most prominent are Cebu, Zamboanga, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos and Davao and Cotabato.