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ZIM will extend its new Zim Med ISC (ZMI) service to cover North Europe from March 2022. The serivce was first launched in December 2021 and calls at Mundra, Nhava Sheva, Colombo, Haifa, Mersin, Ambarli, Mundra using 4 panamax ships of 4,250-4,310 teu. The move follows the termination of ZIM's current cooperation with MSC on the North Europe-East Med trade in March 2022. The 2 carriers jointly operates the NE1/Israel Express service that calls at Felixstowe, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Le Havr
ZIM will relaunch its standalone ZIM Med Pacific (ZMP) service in April 2022 after a 3 year absence as the ZIM/2M partnership arrangement on the Asia-East Med and Asia-PNW will be terminated. ZIM will revive ZMP that was first launched in April 2017 as part of ZIM's network revamp at that time, deploying 15 ships of 4,200 teu to 5,900 teu to cover the Med-Asia-US Pacific Northwest route. The original ZMP was withdrawn in March 2019 after ZIM started its strategic cooperation with the 2M (Maer
The transpacific extra loader service operated by Pasha exclusively for US warehouse retailer Costco will be upgraded to a regular service later this year. The Pasha/Costco service was launched on 12 August 2021 with the 2,741 teu POSEN, followed by the 2,741 teu AS CARLOTTA on 1 September 2021 and 2,194 teu QUEEN ESTHER on 3 October 2021. The 3 ships were chartered by Pasha on initial periods of 12 months at between $70,ooo and $80,000 per day. The service currently runs on an irregular sche
Zim will launch a new Thailand Yangon Express (TYX) service on 7 January 2022. The service will call at Singapore, Port Klang, Thilawa, Yangon, Port Klang, Singapore on a
Zim will launch a new weekly Yangon Star (YGS) service that will connect Nansha, Port Klang, Yangon, Port Klang, Nansha using three ships of 1,100 teu. The first sailing is scheduled on 26 February from Nansha with the 1,134 teu ASIATIC KING. The service will allow connections to and from Yangon with transhipment at Nansha and Port Klang.
MSC has launched 2 adhoc services linking linking Australia to Southeast Asia hub ports to cater to cargo overflows since December. The KANGAROO service links Singapore and Tanjung Pelepas to Melbourne, Sydney and BRISBANE on irregular rotations using ships of 1,100 to 5,000 teu. The KOALA service is a new service that connects Singapore and Tanjung Pelepas to Fremantle, with ad hoc calls at Jakarta also added on an irregular basis. The 2,602 teu BOMAR RESILIENT is currently deployed on this se
Zim has added a third ship on the trans-Tasmanian service that will provide relay connections between Melbourne and Sydney to various ports in New Zealand. The new service is named as Third Loop New Zealand to Australia (N3A) and calls at Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Lyttelton, Napier, Melbourne. It will deploy the 1,118 teu CONTSHIP ONO with the first sailing from Melbourne on 26 January 2022 with one sailing every 3 weeks. The service will complement the 2 ships on its New Zealand to Australi
COSCO, Evergreen and X-Press Feeders will enhance their jointly operated Mexico Central America X-Press (MCX)/Latin America Express (LAE) service rotation effective mid-January 2022. 3 additional ports (Lazaro Cardenas, Puerto Quetzal, Corinto) are added, with the new rotation calling at Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo, Puerto Quetzal, Ajacutla, Corinto, San Lorenzo, Puerto Quetzal, Lazaro Cardenas. The service will continue to deploy 3 ships of 1,500-1,800 teu, with each carrier contribution one
X-Press Feeders have launched a new Germany Sweden X-Press (GSX) service on 18 January 2022 with the 509 teu ANNA G. The service calls at Bremerhaven, Hamburg, Sodertalje, Ahus, Bremerhaven on a weekly basis. Apart from regular feeder volumes to and from Sweden, the service will also cater for cross positioning of empty containers from Sodertalje to Ahus.
The Ocean Alliance partners – CMA CGM, COSCO, OOCL and Evergreen – have unveiled their revised service offering for the 2022-2023 season starting from April 2022, dubbed as the ‘Day 6 Product’ marking their 6th year of cooperation since the alliance was introduced in April 2017. This year, the 4 carriers will jointly provide 352 ships covering 42 services comprising of: * 23 Transpacific services * 2 Transatlantic services * 7 Asia-North Europe services * 4 Asia-Mediterranean services * 6