Services/Sailings

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Services

MSC adds West Med to Red Sea service

MSC has launched a new West Med to Red Sea service connecting Barcelona, Gioia Tauro, Mersin, Jeddah, King Abdullah Port, Port Said, Barcelona. The service turns in 3 to 4 weeks and will deploy up to 6 ships of 4,800-6,800 teu with the first sailing by the 6,724 teu MSC MELISSA on 14 January 2024.

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Hapag-Lloyd and ONE add separate Jeddah feeder connections

Hapag-Lloyd has launched an ad hoc Jeddah Express (JDX) service connecting Tanger Med, Damietta, Jeddah, Damietta, Tanger Med to facilitate cargo connections to Jeddah that are affected by the Red Sea blockade since December 2023. The service will connect to Jeddah via the Suez Canal from the north, allowing it to avoid the Gulf of Aden. The 4,252 teu SEASPAN HAMBURG has been deployed on the JDX since 31 December 2023, with the 2,518 teu ZHONG GU XIONG AN joining the service on 29 January. The

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MSC adds Djibouti service

MSC has launched a new Djibouti service connecting Colombo, Djibouti, Aden, Colombo from 23 January 2024. The service will turn in 2 weeks and deploys 2 ships - the 4,056 teu MSC GINA and 3,424 teu MSC ROSSELLA.

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MSC adds Malacca service

MSC has launched a new Malacca service connecting Singapore, Belawan, Singapore with the 2,113 teu MSC JANIS 3 from 6 February 2024. The weekly feeder service will turn in 7 days using a single ship.

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ONE revamps Adriatic Israel Butterfly (AIB) service

ONE will revise the port rotation of its Adriatic Israel Butterfly (AIB) service to call at Valencia, Alexandria, Koper, Venice, Ancona, Damietta, Valencia on an extended rotation that will turn in 4 weeks compared to the current 3 weeks rotation calling at Damietta, Koper, Trieste, Venice, Ancona, Piraeus, Alexandria, Damietta. The hub port will be changed from Damietta to Valencia as the Asia-Med services operated by ONE within THE Alliance has been diverted from the Suez to the Cape of Good

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Zim adds South China Thailand Express (SXT) service

Zim has launched a new South China Thailand Express (SXT) service connecting Nansha, Dachan Bay, Sihanoukville, Laem Chabang, Bangkok, Cai Mep, Nansha from 7 January 2024. The service turns in 2 weeks and deploys the 1,645 teu SEA OF LUCK and 1,930 teu KANWAY FORTUNE.

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Econship launches Indonesia-Russia link

Econship has introduced a direct service between Indonesia and Russia with the first sailing made by the 1,620 teu BOSON on 9 January 2024. The service will call at Jakarta, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Jebel Ali, Novorossiysk and will use the Red Sea/Suez route despite the threat of attacks by Houthis on the Red Sea.

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Hapag-Lloyd withdraws from THE Alliance to form Gemini Cooperation with Maersk

Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd announced on 17 January 2024 the formation of a new long-term global alliance named Gemini Cooperation that will start from February 2025. The move comes one year after the announcement of the break up of the 2M partnership between Maersk and MSC on 25 January 2023 with a 2 year notice period that will take effect from January 2025. Hapag-Lloyd has also given a one year notice to its partners in THE Alliance for an early termination of its participation in the partners

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ZIM PNW X-Press (ZPX) launched

Zim has launched a new ZIM PNW X-Press (ZPX) service that connects Cai Mep, Yantian, Kaohsiung, Xiamen, Ningbo, Shanghai, Vancouver, Busan, Cai Mep starting from 21 January 2024. The new ZPX service will turn in 7 weeks and will initially deploy 5 ships of 2,800-4,200 teu starting with the 2,824 teu GSL VALERIE, 4,253 teu SYNERGY OAKLAND, 3,534 teu BACH and 2 additional ships that have not yet been named. It will operate with 2 blank sailings in each cycle, starting with blanks on 11 February

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Maersk launches Panama-Colombia feeder

Maersk has launched a new Panama Colombia feeder calling at Manzanillo, Colon, Barranquilla, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Manzanillo from 15 January 2024 with the geared 1,118 teu CONTSHIP KEY. The new feeder service will replace the existing Cartagena call on the Oceania-USEC OC1 service that is split into 2 separate Pacific and Atlantic loops from January 2024.

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