ZIM and its subsidiary GSL are to introduce the new Thailand Fremantle Express (TFX) that will connect Ho Chi Minh City, Laem Chabang, Port Klang, Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle, Port Klang, Ho Chi Minh City. The TFX will turn in 6 weeks on a 42-days round trip, starting with the 2,450 teu GSL AFRICA and 1,717 teu OPHELIA that will phase in at Ho Chi Minh City on Dec 26 2022 and Jan 2 2023 respectively. GSL AFRICA is currently deployed in China 2 Australia Express (C2A) while OPHELIA is being
Emirates Shipping Line (ESL), Interasia Lines (IAL) and TS Lines (TSL) will launch a new China Malaysia Service/China Malaysia Express (CMS/CMX) connecting Qingdao, Shanghai, Xiamen, Hong Kong, Shekou, Port Klang (NP/WP), Penang, Port Klang (WP), Nansha, Hong Kong, Qingdao from 20 December 2022. The service will turn in 4 weeks using 4 ships of 1,700-2,600 teu.
MSC will launch a new India-West Med service connecting Abu Dhabi, Jebel Ali, Mundra, Nhava Sheva, Djibouti, Gioia Tauro, Genoa, Barcelona, Valencia, Salerno, Gioia Tauro, Marsaxlokk, King Abdullah, Jeddah, Abu Dhabi. The first sailings will depart from Abu Dhabi on 19 December 2022 with the 4,992 teu MSC SHANGHAI.
CU Lines and TS Lines will end their jointly Asia-Europe Express (AEX) service with the last sailing scheduled to depart from Ningbo on 10 December 2022. The 7 ships currently deployed on the service will be redeployed, comprising of 6 ships of 4,100-4,400 teu from CU Lines and 1 4,380 teu ship from TS Lines. 2 of the CU Lines ships have been idle at China since the end of November. The AEX calls at Ningbo, Shanghai, Xiamen, Shekou, Southampton, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Antwerp, Ningbo on a fortnigh
An admistrator for Allseas Global Project Logistics has been appointed on 27 October 2022 in the UK courts. The company is part of the Allseas Group that includes Allseas Global Logistics and DKT Allseas that had announced the launch of the Allseas Shipping Company on 13 June 2022 that followed one full year of operations for its China Xpress service that connected Ningbo and Dongguan with Teesport and Rotterdam. The company claimed that Allseas was the first British registered shipping line in
Global port congestion is trending down with the delays at US and European ports easing gradually on slowing cargo demand and improved terminal operations. With the threat of the US rail strike now averted, further improve-ments are expected even with the ILWU dockworker contract negotiations on the US West Coast still unresolved. Congestion in North Asia has however edged up with a heavy build up of ships in the Bohai region, with longer waiting times at Qingdao and Busan. The South Korean tru
Register Free Trial [https://www.linerlytica.com/register/?utm_source=W202248] Carriers failed to push through with the 1 December rate increases, with freight rates continuing to drop across the board on softening demand and weakening vessel utilisation. The sharpest rate declines were recorded on the East Coast South America, US East coast and Middle East routes last week, with attempts to raise rates in December also expected to fail. Carriers will attempt to push for a new round of rate inc
Sealand Asia will launch a new HP3 service connecting Busan, Kaohsiung and Nansha with Haiphong as part of a revamp of its existing PH9 service with the South China to Cebu and Cagayan de Oro leg that will be incorporated in the new HP3. The HP3 start from 16 December 2022 and will call Busan, Kaohsiung, Nansha, Haiphong, Yantian, Hong Kong, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Hong Kong, Nansha, Kaohsiung, Busan. The service turns in 4 weeks and will deploy the 1,756 teu NORDTIGER, 1,740 teu ASIAN ACE, 1,774
TS Lines will upgrade its current irregular New Zealand Express (NZE) into a dedicated service calling at Ningbo, Qingdao, Shanghai, Nansha, Hong Kong, Shekou, Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington, Lyttelton, Napier, Ningbo. The current NZE service operates on an irregular schedule and also incorporates calls at Brisbane in Australia which will be dropped, while new calls at Wellington and Napier will be added. The upgraded service will start from 11 December 2022 with the 1,808 teu TS BANGKOK. The
Oceanic Star Line (OSL) has launched a new service that connects Karachi in Pakistan with various Middle East Gulf ports. OSL has chartered the 1,706 teu HANSA LANKA and has positioned the ship to the Middle East where it will serve the ports of Karachi, Jebel Ali, Fujairah and Nhava Sheva.