A total of 57 container ships from 15 international container shipping lines will dock at five international ports in Yangon Port and two ports in Thilawa Terminal in June, according to the Myanma Port Authority.
A total of 10 ships from Sealand Maersk Asia, four ships from New Golden Sea (COSCO) line, eight from Samudera Shipping Line, five ships from MSC line, four ships from SITC, two from BLPL line, two from the Eve Green line, three from the IAL line, two from the PIL line, six from the RCL line, four from Ti2 Container line, one from Bay Line, two from the Land & Sea line and one from the CMA-CGM line, totalling 57 vessels will arrive at the port in June.
The ports in Yangon are operated in two parts with the export and import purposes. In export, the Myanma Port Authority allows entry with the necessary documents, and the Customs Department inspects the goods and then exports the goods.
Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar