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ONE will take slots on the Far East-USWC leg of CMA CGM's Columbus JAX service connecting Port Klang, Laem Chabang, Cai Mep, Yantian, Los Angeles, Oakland, Yantian, Cai Mep, Singapore, Port Klang from 15 February 2023. ONE will brand the service as the China Pacific Southwest 6 (CP6), which is operated by CMA CGM with 19 ships of 11,000-15,000 teu on an extended pendulum that connects the USEC-FE-USWC as part of the Ocean Alliance's PSW3|USEC3/Columbus JAX/SEA2|AWE5/SEAP-PSW|SEAP-USEC/PE1 servi
CNC (CMA CGM) has added a new call at Mongla on the Bengal Bay Express (BBX) service. The revised rotation will call at Singapore, Port Klang, Chittagong, Mongla, Singapore using the 2,257 teu UBENA from 5 January 2023 with the first call at Mongla on 15 January 2023.
The four carrier partnership of ANL (CMA CGM), Hapag-Lloyd, Maersk and ONE on the SE Asia-Australia route will revise their 3 existing services from March 2023. The first service, branded respectively as the ANL 'AAX-S' (changed from AAX1), Hapag-Lloyd 'SEA', Maersk 'Greater Australia Connect' (GAC) (changed from Cobra) and ONE 'AU1', will call at Port Klang, Tanjung Pelepas, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Fremantle, Port Kelang from 9 March 2023 with the 8,400 teu MAERSK STRALSUND .
Hapag-Lloyd will take slots from CMA CGM on the Asia-North Europe FAL3 service (operated as the OCEAN Alliance NEU5) starting from 14 February 2023. The service connects Qingdao, Ningbo, Shanghai, Yantian, Singapore, Tangier, Southampton, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Le Havre, Tangier, Jeddah, Qingdao with Hapag-Lloyd not participating on the calls at Tangier. Hapag-Lloyd will brand the services as the FE9, which will add to the existing Hapag-Lloyd Asia-Europe services operated through THE Alliance o
Hapag-Lloyd will withdraw its China-Germany Express (CGX) service with the last sailing scheduled to depart from Shanghai on 1 February 2023 with the 4,043 teu LIMARI. The service was first launched on 9 April 2022 as a 2 port shuttle service connecting Dachan Bay and Wilhemshaven to turn in 56 days, offering a direct weekly link from China to Germany with a one way transit time of 27 days. The original plan to call at Hamburg was replaced by the call at Wilhemshaven before the launch due to
CMA CGM's intra-Asia arm CNC is relaunching the Nine Provinces Feeder (NPF) service that connects the North Asia hub of Busan with 5 Japanese ports in Kyushu. The relaunched service started on 9 January 2023 at Busan with the 724 teu ATLANTIC BRIDGE and will call weekly at Busan, Hakata, Shibushi, Hososhima, Oita, Moji, Hakata and Busan. The service will provide transhipment connections to CMA CGM and CNC's network at Busan. The service was first launched in January 2020 with a similar rotatio
Zim and Gold Star Line (GSL) are upgrading the China Australia Express (CAX) service with the addition of new southbound calls at Nansha and Yantian, while the northbound call at Haiphong will be dropped. The revised CAX rotation will call at Shanghai, Ningbo, Xiamen, Nansha, Yantian, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Shanghai starting from 3 January 2023. The service will turn in 6 weeks, using ships of 1,700 to 2,800 teu. The move follows the withdrawal of the China 2 Australia Express (C2A) serv
Zim/Gold Star Line is adding more port calls on the China Thailand Vietnam III (CT3) that will extend the service to reach North Asia from January 2023. The CT3 was launched on 25 November 2022 and had initially called at Ningbo, Xiamen, Nangha, Laem Chabang, Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Haiphong, Yantian, Nansha, Ningbo using 3 ships of 1,700-2,000 teu. The service will be extended to call at Xingang, Dalian, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Nansha, Sihanoukville, Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Haiphong, Yantia
Ellerman has made its final voyage on the GB Express service connecting Taicang, Ningbo, Dachan Bay, Ho Chi Minh City, Tilbury with the last sailing made by the 2,464 teu BUXHANSA that departed from Taicang on 11 January 2023, with additional calls at Salerno, Alicante and Casablanca planned enroute before the scheduled arrival at Tilbury on 13 February 2023. Ellerman has shifted 4 of the ships (5,060 teu SC MARA, 3,534 teu MONA LISA, 2,872 teu WINDSWEPT and 2,756 teu CAPE HELLAS) previously de
BAL Container Line has stopped its container services following the final voyage of the 3,534 teu NORTHERN DEBONAIR that finished its China-Mexico Express (CMX) sailing at Qingdao on 9 January 2023. BAL has redelivered all of its chartered ships and no longer publishes any further sailings. The move could affect the planned IPO of LC Logistics, the parent company of BAL Container Line, has announced a potential listing in Hong Kong on 24 October 2022. BAL launched the first of several ad-hoc