Services/Sailings

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Services

BAL ends liner services

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

Services

MSC launch South Africa feeder to avoid Cape Town delays

MSC will launch a new Shosholoza Feeder service connecting Coega and Cape Town from 23 January 2023 with the 3,583 teu MSC ANUSHA III. The service is aimed to avoid delays at Cape Town that has suffered from severe congestion. Shosholoza Feeder service rotation

Services

Shandong Port Shipping Group launch new Qingdao-Japan service in cooperation with Dongchen

Shandong Port Shipping Group (SPGS) has launched a new North China-Japan service connecting Qingdao, Yokohama, Tokyo, Qingdao, Osaka, Kobe, Qingdao in cooperation with Dongchen Line. The service combines the existing Qingdao-Kansai (QDKS) service to Osaka and Kobe  operated by Dongchen, with the new PES2 service to Yokohama and Tokyo in a butterfly pattern. The QDKS/PES2 service will deploy the 1,049 teu A KOU operated by Dongchen with the 1,043 teu PACANDA from SPGS, starting from 6 January

RCL

RCL and IAL launch new Vietnam Straits Myanmar (VSM) service

Regional Container Lines (RCL) and Interasia Lines (IAL) have teamed up to launch a new service connecting Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Port Klang (W), Port Klang (N), Yangon, Thilawa, Port Klang (W), Port Klang (N), Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City. The service turns in 3 weeks with 3 ships of 1,000-1,100 teu and is branded by RCL as the RCL Yangon-Hochiminh (RYH) and by IAL as the Vietnam-Straits-Myanmar (VSM) service. The service started on 19 December 2022 from Port Klang with the 1,118 teu PAN

Services

CMA CGM updates Cheasapeake Bay Express (CBX)

CMA CGM has updated its FE-ECNA Cheasapeake Bay Express (CBX) service with the addition of calls at Singapore, Laem Chabang and Haiphong. OCEAN Alliance partners also slots on this service, branding it as the CBX (Evergreen), AWE7 (COSCO) and ECC3 (OOCL). The revised rotation calls at Singapore, Laem Chabang, Haiphong, Yantian, Ningbo, Shanghai, Busan, Panama (Canal), Norfolk, Savannah, Charleston, Miami, Suez(Canal), Singapore. The service will provide fortnightly sailings from December 2022

Services

CMA CGM launching Caucasus Georgia Express

CMA CGM launching Caucasus Georgia Express covering Poti, Piraeus, Ambarli, Poti with a 1,118 teu MAREN. MAREN will phase in on 8 January at Piraeus. MAREN is currently being deployed in a East Med feeder service.

Services

MSC started BENIN FEEDER

MSC started a Benin Feeder Service, another shuttle that uses 1,730 teu MSC RIONA running between Cotonou and Lome on weekly basis. The service has already started on 1 Dec at Lome. MSC RIONA was previously deployed in another West Africa feeder.

MSC

MSC started DJIBOUTI EXPRESS

MSC has started DJIBOUTI EXPRESS, a shuttle that goes between Djibouti and King Abdullah Port with 1,438 teu MSC MALIN that has phased in on 7 December 2022 at Djibouti. MSC MALIN were previously running in a MSC Feedering Service that connect India and Pakistan.

Asean Seas Line

ASEAN Seas launched PJX2

ASEAN Seas has launched a new Peninsula Japan Express 2 service (PJX 2) that use a single 698 teu ATLANTIC EAST that calls Rizhao, Qingdao, Osaka, Kobe, Hakata, Rizhao on 14 days round trip. ATLANTIC EAST has phased in at Qingdao on 31 Dec 2022. ATLANTIC EAST was until recently deployed in the ASEAN Seas' NPX2 which connects East China and the main Kansai of Japan.

Services

MSC adds Turkey-North Africa-Portugal-Spain service

MSC has launched a new service that connects Turkey, North Africa, Portugal and Spain starting from 29 December 2022. The Turkey to North Africa service connects Mersin, Aliaga, Derince, Tekirdag, Algiers, Casablanca, Sines, Valencia, Algiers, Malta, Mersin using 4 ships of 1,100 teu that will turn in 28 days. The CONTSHIP OAK, MSC CHARLOTTE, MSC SIGMA F and MSC AZURIT F have been assigned for the first 4 voyages but MSC will be shuffling vessels on this service from its Med network. Turkey

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