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Wan Hai relaunch Asia America 1 (AA1)

Wan Hai has relaunched the Asia America 1 (AA1) transpacific service from 25 May 2024. The service will have irregular port calls that will provide connections from various Chinese and Taiwan ports including Nansha, Shekou, Xiamen, Ningbo, Shanghai, Qingdao and Taipei to Long Beach or Los Angeles. The service started with the 3,013 teu WAN HAI 357  with the initial voyage covering Shekou, Xiamen, Los Angeles, Shekou. The Asia loading ports will vary with 2 or 3 load ports per sailing. After the


SITC launch CPX 7

SITC has launched a new China-Philippines Express 7 (CPX 7) service calling at Shanghai, Wenzhou, Manila (South), Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Shanghai from 30 May 2024. The CPX 7 will turn in 14 days using 2 ships, starting with the 1,060 teu GREEN PACIFIC before being replaced by 2 newbuildings that will be delivered in June, the 1,781 teu SITC HAODE and 1,868 teu SITC ZHI.


BAL relaunch China-Mexico Express (CMX) service

BAL Container Line has relaunched the China-Mexico Express (CMX) service calling at Yantian, Qingdao, Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo (Mex), Yantian from 1 June 2024. The CMX service will turn in 6 weeks using the newly chartered 1,809 teu AMOUREUX that is expected to make 2 round voyages in June and July. A second 1,809 teu ship, ARIONAS will join the service on 19 June 2024. It marks BAL's return to the long haul routes after it withdrew its last operated ship, the 3,534 teu NORTHERN DEBOUNAIR o


SeaLead resumes Transpacific service

SeaLead will launch a new America West Coast (AWC) service connecting Nansha, Ningbo, Shanghai, Long Beach, Nansha from June 2024. The service will operate on an irregular basis, with 2 sailings currently planned in June, with subsequent sailings still to be confirmed. The service will turn in around 6 weeks, and will deploy 2 ships initially - the 1,809 teu ADAMASTOS scheduled at Nansha on 17 June and the 5,610 teu SUEZ CANAL due at Nansha on 26 June. SeaLead started its transpacific operati

Service cancellations

Maersk withdraws TP20 service

Maersk will withdraw the Far East-East Coast North America TP20 service with the last sailing from Shanghai on 13 June 2024. The TP20 service was re-launched on 21 April 2024 to call at Qingdao, Shanghai, Yantian, Newark, Baltimore, Houston, Qingdao. It was to turn in 12 weeks using up to 12 ships of 2,500 to 5,000 teu. However, the service will be suspended after making just 8 sailings due to the shortage of ships in the market. The removal of the service will reduce overall FE-ECNA capacity


COSCO launch PNW peak season transpacific service

COSCO and OOCL will launch a PNW peak season transpacific service branded as the China-Pacific Northwest Coast/Vancouver (CPV) service calling at Ningbo, Shanghai, Vancouver, Seattle, Lianyungang, Ningbo starting from 12 June 2024. The CPV service will turn in 42 days using 6 ships of 4,250 teu starting with the 4,253 teu COSCO VENICE at Ningbo. The service will be the first new transpacific service launched for this year’s peak season and will add 1.4% to the current capacity deployed on the F


Ellerman resumes Asia-Europe service

Ellerman has resumed Asia-Europe sailings on 21 March 2024, using the newbuilding 1,380 teu BG BLUE calling at Ningbo, Dachan Bay, Casablanca, Tilbury. The initial ad hoc sailing will be supplemented by 2 more sailings on 15 June and 11 July 2024 on the same rotation using the 2,756 teu CAPE HELLAS and 2,464 teu BUXFAVOURITE. Further sailings are likely to be added in August as Ellerman is scheduled to receive 2 new ships of 1,380 teu later this year. The Ellerman brand was revived at the end


Hapag-Lloyd restarts China-Germany Express (CGX)

Hapag-Lloyd will relaunch its standalone China-Germany Express (CGX) peak season service from 16 June 2024. The revised CGX will take the longer Cape route calling at Yantian, Singapore, Tema, Wilhelmshaven, Antwerp, Yantian with the addition of a new call at Tema in Ghana that will offer relay connections to other West African ports. The new CGX will turn in 12 weeks using up to 12 ships of 2,800 to 9,300 teu, starting at Yantian on 16 June with the 3,398 teu EXPRESS ARGENTINA. Hapag-Lloyd f


SITC launch new CVM2 service

SITC will launch a new China-Vietnam-Malaysia 2 (CVM2) service from 2 June 2024 calling at Shekou, Nansha, Kota Kinabalu, Qinzhou, Haiphong, Shekou. The service will turn in 14 days and deploys 2 ships, the 1,032 teu SITC PYOENGTAEK and 1,150 teu SITC RIZHAO.


CMA CGM launch BIGEX2 India Gulf Red Sea Express

CMA CGM will launch a new India Gulf Red Sea Express (BIGEX2) service connecting Jebel Ali, Djibouti, Aden, Colombo, Mangalore, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Jebel Ali from June 2024. The new service will turn in 28 days and deploys 4 ships of 1,700 to 3,000 teu starting with the 1,713 teu CMA CGM SAIGON at Jebel Ali on 8 June 2024, followed by the 3,013 teu WADI ALRAYAN, 2,078 teu LOBIVIA and 1,714 teu ST. JOHN. The BIGEX2 will replace the existing Mona Express 2 that will be discontinued from 8 June

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