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Regional Container Lines (RCL) started as a Common Feeder Operator, operating its first feeder containership in 1979 between Bangkok and Singapore.

In 1988, RCL was listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand, and has since achieved satisfactory performance and financial returns to shareholders.

Presently, RCL owns and operates 41 container vessels covering more than 70 destinations in Asia, Australasia and the Middle East.

RCL will increasingly expand its feeder services and container liner business in Asia through the provision of high quality containership services with reliable fix day sailings, fast transit, the deployment of modern and high specification containerships and customer service information technology.

RCL fleet size ranges from 500 TEUs to 2600 TEUs. Strict manning and maintenance standards for the entire RCL fleet are provided by experienced technical team in RCL Shipmanagement, a subsidiary of RCL. The ship management company and the entire RCL owned fleet have achieved ISM certification since 1998, well ahead of the mandatory 2002 ISM dateline.
first Container Tracking The tracking system allows to determine the current position of your container on the world map and determines the port and the time spent in port of congestion.
second Load Calculator Choose the equipment type (container or truck), packing type and dimensions. Get a 3D image of stowing mixed sized cargo in the most efficient manner!
third Route Planner Route Planner is a web-based service that helps you to provide your customers with information about shipments/parcels on the World map.
fourth Shiplot Whether you need port to port or door to door service, choose any place of loading and final destination and get the brief description of route, transit time and an instant freight rate for any type of service.