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March 1, 2002
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.

Change in Japan/Southeast Asia Service

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (hereafter called "K" Line) is pleased to announce that we change current our West Japan (Kansai) service (Loop-3) effective March 20th. Loop-3 service has been providing service between West Japan ports and South Asia whereas the new service changes the coverage to include service between Tokyo, Yokohama, Kobe and Southeast Asia destinations. In addition to new service, "K" Line has another 3 loops serving this trade lane, and provides highest quality services to all customers with a total of these 4 loops.

The outline of new service is as follows:

Service Feature

Operated by 3 x 1000teu capacity vessels (two of three are "K" Line's own operated vessels and one is T.S.K. Lines operated vessel)

Calling Ports

Kobe (Wed/Wed) - Tokyo (Thu/Fri) - Yokohama (Fri/Fri) - Keelung (Mon/Mon)- Singapore (Sat/Sat) - Port Kelang (Sun/Sun) - Manila (Thu/Fri) - Hong Kong (Sat/Sun) - Kobe (Wed)

First Vessel

Southbound voyage:Siam Bridge Voy 96
Kobe sailing : Mar. 20th , 2002

Northbound voyage: ACX Lily Voy 55
Port Kelang sailing : Mar. 24th , 2002


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