A new stopping destination for cargo transport has been set up for Maersk Line. The line has recently announced the addition of a Jakarta call on their Boomerang service which connects Australia and South East Asia. The service upgrade will create faster transit times and the most reliable way of moving cargo between Australia and Indonesia. The Boomerang service provides improved space availability and the largest vessels to stop at Indonesia. With Indonesia's economy on the rise, and now a member of the regional FTA with New Zealand, this new service will be an asset to exporters. The new rotation will be Brisbane - Sydney - Melbourne - Fremantle - Jakarta - Singapore - Tanjung Pelepas - Fremantle - Melbourne - Sydney - Brisbane Maersk Line will begin the new Jakarta call on their service rotations at the end of January.