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Shanghai Jin Jiang Shipping (JJ Shipping) is launching CHH3, a new connection between China and Vietnam. This new weekly service will turnaround in 14-days going through Qingdao, Shanghai, Nansha, Haiphong, Shanghai, Qingdao with two vessels. The 1,098 teu MILD JAZZ will phase in on 7 March at Nansha. MILD JAZZ has been servicing in JJ Shipping's Four Season Express or CHH2, which connects Japan, East China and Vietnam.
SeaLead will launch a new Australia-Indian Subcontinent service branded as the ASIA service from 20 March. The service will start from 20 March 2023 with the 4,250 teu REN JIAN 26 and call at Port Klang, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Port Klang, Karachi, Mundra, Nhava Sheva, Port Klang. The service will be operate on an irregular basis with only 2 ships with a frequency of 20-30 days, with plans to increase the frequency in the second half of 2023. SeaLead's ASIA service port rotation
Zim has withdrawn the ZIM eCommerce Xpress (ZEX) service with the last sailing by the 4,253 teu ALEXANDER BAY that will complete its current voyage at Busan on 30 March 2023. The ZEX was launched in June 2020 to cater for the increased demand on the transpacific following the COVID-19 crisis and was originally designed to call only at Yantian, Dachan Bay, Los Angeles on a 35 day round trip using 5 ships of 4,250 teu. The ZEX marked the return of Zim to the Pacific Southwest after making an ex
Milaha and X-Press Feeders are teaming up to launch a new India-UAE-Qatar-Saudi service connecting Jebel Ali, Khalifa Port, Nhava Sheva, Hazira, Mundra, Jebel Ali, Hamad, Dammam, Jebel Ali. The service is branded as the India Middle East X-Press service (IMEX) by X-Press Feeders and it is an extended version of the current Nhava Sheva Doha Express (NDX) operated by Milaha with the addition of new calls at Khalifa, Hazira and Dammam. The service started on 15 February 2023 and turns in 3 weeks
FESCO has introduced a new FESCO Indian Line West (FILW) service connecting Novorossiysk, Ambarli, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Novorossiysk. The service will be operated on a fortnightly basis starting from 1 March 2023, with the first sailing expected to use the 1,440 teu GFS SAPPHIRE.
CMA CGM will revise its Europe-West Africa and West Africa feeder service from March 2023. The Europe Afrique 3 (EURAF 3) service will be withdrawn from 10 April and the 4 ships of 1,600-1,740 teu will be redeployed on the WAZZAN. This service current calls at Algeciras, Tangier, Freetown, Monrovia, San Pedro, Banjul, Algeciras. The WAZZAN service will be upgraded from the 1,300 teu scale to 1,700 teu using some of the ships re-assigned from EURAF 3. The revised rotation will turn in 5 weeks c
OVP Shipping has launched a new Baltic Sea direct service that connects Qingdao, Ningbo, Taicang, Nansha, St Petersburg, Qingdao. The service started on 16 January 2023 from Qingdao with the 3,081 teu STONEWELL GLORY. A second sailing is planned in February with the 1,878 teu ALLSEAS PIONEER but the voyage has been delayed due to vessel repairs. From the end of February 2023, OVP will also offer direct connections to St Petersburg through slots on the Safetrans service that will operate on a f
Reel Shipping has launched a new Damietta to St Petersburg service to take advantage of the high demand for Russian imports from Asia via transhipment at Damietta. The service started from 24 January 2023 and deploys 5 ships of 1,730 teu to 2,700 teu. Sailing frequencies are irregular at the moment, ranging from 2 days to 16 days. The service replaces a direct China-St Petersburg option that Reel Shipping initiated on 6 December 2022 when it made a single sailing with the 2,497 teu CERUS that
SeaLead has ended its direct services on the Transpacific connecting China with the US and replaced it with a transhipment option to the the US East Coast by transhipment via Damietta. SeaLead started its transpacific operations in August 2021 on the Asia-US West Coast and added a Asia-US East Coast service via the Panama Canal in March 2022. These services were operated on an irregular basis using ships of 3,500 to 7,000 teu. The direct transpacific connections have stopped since December 2022
Safetrans Line will launch a new St Petersburg Direct Service from China. Safetrans is owned by Worldwide Logistics, in which Alibaba has a minority stake. The St Petersburg Direct Service will start from 27 February 2023 and will connect Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Nansha, Tangier (irregular), St Petersburg, Qingdao. Port rotation of the new Safetrans Line St Petersburg Direct ServiceIt will operate initially on a fortnightly basis with the intention to turn into a weekly service from April.