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Six loops offer Gwangyang to Laem Chabang transits
By Heather Henderson on 20 December 2017
   The six loops offer transit times ranging from eight days to 12 days, according to BlueWater Reporting's Country to Country Transit Analysis by Service tool.
   Six liner services provide a link from Gwangyang, South Korea to Laem Chabang, Thailand, with transit times ranging from eight days to 12 days, according to BlueWater Reporting's Country to Country Transit Analysis by Service tool.
   Two services offering transits of eight days include the TVX, jointly operated by Namsung, Pancon and Dongjin; and the New Thailand Express, jointly operated by Sinokor, Dongjin and Namsung.
   They are closely followed by two services offering transits of nine days, which include the NTH, jointly operated by KMTC and HMM; and the KVT, jointly operated by Namsung and CK Line.
   SM Line’s standalone VTX offers 11-day transits from Gwangyang to Laem Chabang, while Heung-A's standalone BHS takes the longest, with transits of 12 days.