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Admiral Container Lines have launched a new Malta-Spain-Tunisia-Turkey-Greece intra-Med service connecting Malta, Valencia, Barcelona, Sfax, Gemlik, Izmir, Piraeus, Malta using the 518 teu AIPP GOLD that made its first call at Malta on 3 May 2023. The service operates on a fortnightly basis using a single ship.
Hapag-Lloyd will join Wan Hai as a vessel operator on the new FE-US East Coast 'AA7' service that will replace the existing service that was operated solely by Wan Hai starting from 26 April 2023. The new AA7 service will deploy 12 ships of 4,500 to 13,500 teu, with 4 ships from Hapag-Lloyd and 8 ships from Wan Hai. The smaller ships of 4,500 to 6,500 teu that Wan Hai currently operates will be gradually replaced over 2023 with larger ships of 7,500 to 13,500 teu including the new Wan Hai A-cl
Sinokor is starting a new service called Busan Ningbo Express (BNX) on a 7-day round trip calling Busan, Ulsan, Kwangyang, Ningbo, Busan with a single ship. 706 teu PACIFIC BUSAN will phase in at Busan on 6 May.
Neptune Pacific has launched Australia New Zealand Pacific (ANZPAC) service, a new Pacific service, that calls Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Suva, Lautoka, Apia, Tauranga, Sydney on fortnightly basis with 3 ships. 1730 teu CAPITAINE TASMAN has phased in on 30 April at Sydney while 1730 teu CAPITAINE DAMPIER and 1713 teu CAPITAINE TUPAIA will phase in at Sydney on 14 May and 28 May respectively. CMA CGM will take slot on this service.
Arkas and Evergreen are launching a new North Africa Express (NAX) that will call Piraeus, Algiers, Valencia, Casablanca, Piraeus on 21-day round trip. 1,164 teu UNI-ASSURE and 1,445 teu CORELLI will phase in at Piraeus on 14 May and 19 May respectively. This new service looks like an upgrade of the present Greece-Algeria service (GAS) operated by Arkas with 1,136 teu KRETAS that calls Piraeus, Algiers, Piraeus. KRETAS will be re-deployed to Arkas's Spain-Portugal-Tangier (SPT) at Piraeus on 1
FESCO has revived its former FESCO Baltorient Line (FBOL) brand for a new direct service connecting China and St Petersburg that operates on a monthly basis. The FBOL will connect Rizhao, Lianyungang, Ningbo, Shanghai, Yantian, Mundra, St Petersburg, Rizhao on a 80-88 day rotation using 3 ships of 2,400-3,000 teu with inducement calls on the backhaul leg from St Petersburg that are currently scheduled to call at Xingang (on 1 June 2023), Durban (on 2 July 2023) and Mundra (on 18 July 2023). T
FESCO has upgraded its FESCO China Express (FCXP) service with the addition of new port calls at Nansha and Dalian. The FCXP is split into 3 loops on a weekly frequency with the following revised rotations starting from May 2023 using a total of 6 ships with a combined capacity of 13,100 teu. * FCXP-1 calling at Vladivostok, Yantian, Nansha, Xiamen, Vladivostok on a 14 days rotation using the 1,732 teu HISTORY ELIZABETH and the 1,746 teu VLADIVOSTOK that will join the service on 19 May
MSC will launch a new Far East-India West Coast service branded as Shikra in May 2023. The new service will connect Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Kaohsiung, Shekou, Singapore, Colombo, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Colombo, Port Klang, Singapore, Tanjung Pelepas, Cai Mep, Qingdao starting from 23 May 2023 with the 15,934 teu MSC MARA at Qingdao. The Shikra service will replace the Far East-India leg of the current Sentosa service that was only introduced in February 2023. The Sentosa service will revert
Maersk, KMTC, SITC and TS Lines are teaming up to launch a new NEA-SEA service that is branded respectively as the IA-68, CMV, FEM3 and CMV. The new service will call at Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Port Klang, Penang, Ho Chi Minh City, Shekou, Incheon, Qingdao and is scheduled to start on 9 May 2023, using 4 ships of 2,400-2,500 teu on a 28-days round trip. The following 4 vessels will be deployed initially on the service: * 2,433 teu SITC NANSHA will phase in on 9 May at Qingdao; * 2,556
ANL, CMA CGM's Australia based subsidiary, has launched a new South East Asia Australia - West C. loop on 18 March 2023 using 3 ships of 1,700-1,900 teu. The service will operate in competition with the ONE/Maersk/Hapag-Lloyd service that ANL was initially slated to join. The South East Asia Australia - West C. loop calls at Port Klang, Singapore, Fremantle, Port Klang using the 1,740 teu ELA, 1,809 teu GREEN WAVE and the 1,930 teu PALAWAN. The service operates in competition with the Hapag-Ll