Shine Logistics moves 331 containers of Disassembled Knocked Down (DKW) cars

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The cars were moved in 40’ HC containers from Incheon, South Korea, to Kazakhstan via Qingdao, China

Shine Logistics Co Ltd, a Coop member in Seoul, South Korea, arranged for cargoes consisting of DKD (Disassembled Knocked Down) cars. The shipment was moved in 331 x 40’HC containers. The cars were transported from Incheon, Korea, to Kazakhstan via Qingdao, China. The cargo, which was moved in SOC containers reached the consignee on time.

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Shine Logistics moves 331 containers of DKD cars

“Owing to the difficult situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are developing our own business strategies because of which we succeeded to win this new project. Moreover, our team is trying to come up with new business ideas. Thanks to the expertise of our export team this project was smoothly handled from start to finish,” says Mr Chan-Bin Im from Shine Logistics.

Although there is serious shortage of containers, they cooperated with CIMC (China International Marine Containers Co., Ltd.) as container provider.  This helped them to get SOC containers without any problem.


“We are also preparing to ship 143 x 40′ HC containers of DKD cars between end of June to early July. Additionally, we are also handling steel products such as STS coils, steel bars, steel plates, steel sheets, and wire rods. We can arrange for all kinds of cargoes whatever it is via sea or air,” adds Mr. Im.

Congratulations to Shine Logistics and wishing them the best for the future!