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COSCO will join CMA CGM on the MedGulf Service that calls at Genoa, Valencia, Miami, Veracruz, Altamira, Houston, Tanger Med, Genoa. COSCO will add one of the six ships of 2,000-3,000 teu on this new service that is hitherto operated independently by CMA CGM. The service was first launched on 3 October 2022 from Genoa with the 2,826 teu CMA CGM NAVEGANTES. The current service is affected by severe congestion in Houston, with 2 blanked sailings in each cycle. The new cooperation with COSCO is ex
CMA CGM will become a new partner of COSCO, OOCL and ONE on the East Med-America (EMA) service, contributing one of the six ships to be used on this service from the end of November 2022. The EMA service calls at Iskenderun, Aliaga, Ambarli, Vado Ligure, La Spezia, Algeciras, New York, Norfolk, Charleston, Algeciras, Iskenderun and is currently running on an irregular sailing frequency every 14 to 21 days with just 2 ships from COSCO and 1 ship from ONE. The service is expected to return to a r
Van Son Shipping has reactivated the 1,730 teu VINASHIN EXPRESS 01 on 9 October 2022 and placed the ship on its Haiphong-Cai Mep domestic service. The ship has been laid up since it was delivered June 2013 by the Bach Dang Shipyard in Haiphong. It is a sistership of the NEW VISION [/cms/ghost/#/editor/post/62f36094043625083a08cc6c] that had been re-activated at the end of July 2022 after a 10 year lay up. The VINASHIN EXPRESS 01 was launched in November 2008 but her delivery was delayed by ove
Wan Hai will withdraw 2 of its Far East-US West Coast services calling at Oakland and Seattle, but will retain its remaining 4 transpacific services that serves the US West Coast (2 services) and the US East Coast (2 services) with an increase in overall capacity as its first 13,200 teu ships are introduced on the trade. The Asia America Service I (AA1) willl be withdrawn with the last sailing scheduled to depart from Shekou on 16 October 2022 with the 1,708 teu TOKYO TOWER. The service calls a
Akkon has launched a new Novo Shuttle Service (NSS) that connects Novorossiysk directly to Turkish ports. The direct NSS shuttles have been started offered since August 2022 and it runs concurrently with the existing New Black Sea Service (NBS) that also connects Novorossiysk with Turkey but with an additional call at Constanza added. The NSS calls at Novorossiysk, Gemlik, Gebze, Ambarli, Novorossiysk using the 1,118 teu KAPPA while the NBS calls at Novorossiysk, Constanza, Gemlik, Gebze, Amb
Akkon Lines has launched a new Far East-Med service connecting Taicang, Ningbo, Dachan Bay, Singapore, Mersin, Aliaga, Gebze, Ambarli, Mundra, Taicang with the newly chartered 1,736 teu A DAISEN. The Far East (FE) service was launched on 2 October 2022, using a single ship with a turnaround of 53 days. It marks the first time that Akkon is venturing outside of its core Med services. The scheduled maiden call at Taicang was delayed to 4 October 2022, with a new call at Singapore also added o
COSCO and China United Lines (CUL) have launched a new joint service branded as the China Philippines Express (CPX). The service calls at Shanghai, Xiamen, Manila, Subic Bay, Shanghai starting from 21 Sep 2022 using the 1,432 teu JIN YUN HE and the 1,713 teu AS SERENA. The new service replaces the China-Vietnam Express (CV5/CVX) service that was jointly operated by COSCO and CUL calling at Shanghai, Xiamen, Ho Chi Minh City, Shanghai.
X-Press Feeders has launched a new Chile Peru X-Press (CPX) service from 11 October 2022 calling at Callao, Arica, Iquique, Callao using the 1,638 teu BALTIC PETREL.
Gold Star Line will launch a new Korea Express (KRX) service from 18 October 2022 calling at Taichung, Kaohsiung, Shekou, Xiamen, Busan (New Port & North Port), Incheon, Xiamen, Taichung. The GSL service will turn in 2 weeks using the 1,134 teu ZIM AUSTRALIA and the 1,049 teu ASIATIC PRIDE.
CMA CGM has suspended further sailings on the Golden Gate Bridge (GGB) service that called at Kaohsiung, Shekou, Shanghai, Busan, Seattle, Oakland Kaohsiung with the last sailing from Busan on 15 Sep 2022 with the 9,415 teu CMA CGM MEDEA. The GGB service has been running on an irregular basis since April with departures every 2 weeks due to severe congestion at Oakland and Seattle. The last 4 ships currently deployed on this services have all been re-assigned with the 11,388 teu CMA CGM GEMINI