Services/Sailings

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Services

Unifeeder launches Lithuania-UK service

Unifeeder has introduced a new service linking Lithuania and UK from 10 September 2022. The service calls at Klaipeda, Gdynia, Immingham, Rotterdam, Gdansk, Klaipeda on a 11-13 day turnaround using the 1,025 teu ELBSPRING and the 1,036 teu ELBWAVE.

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Hapag Lloyd launches CCF

Hapag Lloyd is launching a Colombo Chittagong Feeder (CCF) starting from 30 September 2022 with 1,740 teu HANSA RENDSBURG at Chittagong. The service will run on 14-days rotation on fortnightly basis. HANSA RENDSBURG was initially deployed in East Med trade after joining Hapag Lloyd in early August.

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Vasi Shipping launches Haiphong Singapore Service (HSS)

Vasi Shipping has launched a new Haiphong Singapore Service (HSS) using the 1,200 teu CAPE FLORES that has just joined Vasi on a 12 month charter at $35,000 per day after ending its previous charter at Rif Line/Kalypso. The HSS started on 13 September 2022 at Haiphong at the Nam Hai Dinh Vu terminal with sailings to be provided every 9-10 days.

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Tehama launches TIX after break up with Marsa Ocean Shipping

Dubai-headquartered Tehama Shipping Services (TSS) has launched the Tehama India Express (TIX) service that connects Jebel Ali, Mundra and Nhava Sheva. The new service was launched on 2 September 2022 at Jebel Ali with sailings every 11-12 days using the 2,764 teu TSS SHAMS. The TSS SHAMS was previously offering ad hoc sailings between the UAE and Western India connecting Jebel Ali, Sharjah, Mundra and Pipavav. TSS is part of Saba Group which operates a container terminal at Iraq’s Umm Qasr So

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Interasia to launch New Japan-South China Service (NST)

Interasia is starting a New Japan-South China Service (NST) connecting Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Nansha, Shekou, Tokyo starting from 9 November with the 990 teu BF PERCH. The service will turn in 2 weeks with a second ship, the 1,008 teu IAL 001 expected to be deployed.

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X-Press Launched BSX

X-Press launched Belawan Straits X-PRESS (BSX) that connects Singapore, Port Klang, Belawan, Singapore on weekly basis with a 610 teu BIENDONG FORTUNE. The service has already been started with BIENDONG FORTUNE at Pork Klang on Sep 14. source: X-Press

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Safeen launches UAE-China service

Safeen Feeders has expanded its coverage to China with the launch of a new UAE-China service connecting Khalifa Port, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Singapore, Khalifa Port. The service will turn on a monthly basis using one ship, the 3,421 teu SAFEEN POWER (ex EASTAWAY MALMSEY, built 2011) that Safeen that acquired in August from Sea Consortium. The ship departed from its maiden call at Shanghai on 9 September 2022. The new service will be Safeen Feeders’ first service to call in China, and foll

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Containerships started ISX

Containerships started Irish Sea Express (ISX) that connects Dunkirk, Dublin, Greenock, Rotterdam, Dunkirk with two ships. 803 teu Ranger joined the service on Sep 1 at Greenock while 907 teu Linda joined on Sep 7 at Greenock.

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CMA CGM resumed MEDGULF Service

CMA CGM is resuming the MEDGULF service that connects the West Mediterranean to the US Gulf and Mexico. The original MEDGULF service was first launched in April 2015 but it was suspended in December 2015 and replaced by a MEDGULF Ecuador (MGE) loop. The revised MEDGULF service will resume on 29 September 2022 with the 2,826 teu CMA CGM NAVEGANTES that will call at Genoa, Valencia, Miami, Veracruz, Altamira, Houston, Tangier Med and Genoa. Genoa. The service will turn in 6 weeks on a 42 day ro

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ASL to launch Australia China Express (ACX) service

Asean Seas Line (ASL) will expand its service coverage outside of the intra-Far East routes for the first time with the launch of a new Australia China Express (ACX) service from 25 September 2022. The ACX will call at Qingdao, Shanghai, Shekou, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Qingdao starting with the 1,800 teu newbuilding ASL HONG KONG on 25 September followed by ASL BAUHINIA is scheduled to join the ACX on 15 October. The 2 ships are the first 2 units of a series of 6 new Bangkok-max ships of

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