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Tailwind Shipping has launched a new Moerdijk-Barcelona feeder service with the 804 teu SOLONG deployed since 29 December 2023. The service turns in around 16 days.
China United Lines have introduced a new Red Sea Service (REX) to connect China and Jeddah amidst the on-going Red Sea crisis that has seen a reduction in the number of ships able to serve the Red Sea region. The REX service calls at Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Nansha, Jeddah, Qingdao with a single 2,786 teu ship (CUL MANILA) deployed since 28 December 2023. The service turns in around 30 to 35 days on a monthly frequency.
MSC has launched a new Ecuador-NWC & Scan Baltic-USA service that merges it existing Ecuador to NWC service with the Scan Baltic to USA service. The new service calls at Klaipeda, Gdynia, Gothenburg, Bremerhaven, Felixstowe, Antwerp, Le Havre, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Norfolk, Jacksonville, Freeport (Bahamas), Balboa, Guayaquil, Puerto Bolívar, Guayaquil, Cristobal, Moín, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Klaipeda and has started from 6 January 2024 from Klaipeda with the 8,819 teu MSC VI
Maersk will split its Oceania-US East Coast OC1 service into 2 different loops covering the Atlantic and Pacific sectors separately. The OC1 Pacific loop will call at Balboa, Tauranga, Sydney, Melbourne, Port Chalmers, Tauranga, Balboa with cargo heading to and from North America transferred to the Panama Canal Railway landbridge for connection on the OC1 Atlantic loop that will call at Manzanillo, Philadelphia, Charleston, Manzanillo. The intermediate call at Cartagena in Colombo will be dro
MSC has introduced a new Red Sea Express service that connects Tekirdag, Derince, Mersin, King Abdullah Port, Jeddah, Aqaba, Tekirdag from 31 December 2023 with the 4,872 teu MSC CARMEN. The service will provide connections to the Red Sea ports in Saudi Arabia and Jordan that are currently restricted.
Tailwind Shipping has chartered the 917 teu FAITH and 1,118 teu WILHELMINE from January 2024 to provide connections between Koper and Barcelona. The move follows the diversion of Tailwind's vessels from the Suez to the Cape route on its China-Europe Panda Express (PEX) service. The PEX service originally calls at Qingdao, Ningbo, Dachan Bay, Colombo, Koper, Barcelona, Rotterdam, Qingdao but with the diversion to the Cape route since the beginning of December 2023, the call at Koper has been drop
Zim has replaced the former Port Klang calls on the ZIM Med Premium (ZMP) service with a new westbound call at Cai Mep effective from 8 January 2024. The revised ZMP service will call at Busan, Qingdao, Ningbo, Shanghai, Dachan Bay, Cai Mep, Colombo, Haifa, Ashdod, Mersin, Yarimca, Ambarli, Dachan Bay, Xiamen, Busan. The ZMP called Port Klang on both the eastbound and westbound directions but all calls have stopped since Malaysia's decision to ban Zim ships from calling at its ports that was a
ONE will launch a new West India North America (WIN) service calling at Port Qasim, Hazira, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Damietta, Algeciras, New York, Savannah, Jacksonville, Charleston, Norfolk, Damietta, Jeddah, Port Qasim from May 2024 turning in 9 weeks with ships operated solely by ONE. HMM will purchase 1,700 teu a week on the service on a round trip basis including 170 reefer slots. The routing could be affected by the current diversions from the Red Sea to the Cape which could delay the launc
Hapag-Lloyd will introduce a new shuttle service for Red Sea cargo connections calling at Tanger, Damietta, Jeddah, Tanger from 19 January 2024 using the 4,252 teu SEASPAN HAMBURG. The service will turn on a 10-12 day frequency initially with feeder connections offered at Jeddah to Aqaba and Port Sudan. The temporary solution will replace current connections to the Red Sea that have been affected by vessel diversions to the Cape route.
CMA CGM will revamp two services connecting Libya with East Med ports from January 2024. The Turkey Libya Express (TULYB) will be revised to call Aliaga, Gemlik, Ambarli, Alexandria, Misurata, Aliaga from 17 January 2024 on a 14 day rotation using 2 ships, the 1,122 teu JAGUAR and 1,114 teu ATLANTIC MERCHANT. The service will drop its current calls at Gebze, Piraeus and Limassol with the total turn time reduced from 3 weeks to 2 weeks. The Greece Turkey Libya Express (GTL) will be revised to