Services/Sailings

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Services

Zim/GSL launch new CT3 service

Zim/Gold Star Line (GSL) has launched a new China Thailand Vietnam III (CT3) service that connects Ningbo, Xiamen, Nangha, Laem Chabang, Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Haiphong, Yantian, Nansha, Ningbo from 25 November 2022. The CT3 turns in 3 weeks using 3 Bangkokmax ships, the 1,762 teu MTT SANDAKAN and two 1,984 teu newbuildings MARLA TIGER and MARLA BULL that have just been chartered by Zim.

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Kalypso adds Italy-Turkey service

Kalypso Compagnia di Navigazione will launch a new Italy Line service connecting Salerno, Ravenna, Venice, Bari, Mersin, Salerno from 16 December 2022 using the 1,712 teu RIJNBORG that has been chartered for 6-8 months at $13,700 per day. The service was initially scheduled to be launched on 25 November but was delayed by 3 weeks.

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CMA CGM launch Morocco-Canada/USEC seasonal service

CMA CGM has announced the launch of the new MOCANA service connecting Morocco to North America. The service will be offered as a leg of the OCEAN Alliance's Columbus JAX service with the addition of 2 calls at Tanger Med on the Atlantic leg of the USEC-FE-USWC pendulum service. The revised Columbus JAX service will call at Yantian, Cai Mep, Singapore, Port Klang, Colombo, Tanger Med(new), Halifax, New York, Norfolk, Savannah, Charleston, Tanger Med(new), Port Klang, Singapore, Laem Chabang, Ca

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RCL revises Singapore-Philippines RSP6 service

Regional Container Lines (RCL) has revised its RCL Singapore-South Philippines 6 (RSP6) service with new calls at Zamboanga and Bintulu in East Malaysia. The revised service will connect Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Zamboanga, Bintulu, Singapore, Cebu starting from 9 November 2022 with the 1,018 teu DANU BHUM on a 14-16 day frequency. RCL started its business in the Philippines in 1988, at the Port of Manila and was the first common feeder vessel to serve the port of Cebu and Davao in the early 90s.

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Arctic Container Line adds Germany-Norway feeder service

Arctic Container Line has added a second feeder service with the launch of the Germany-Norway service on 13 November 2022 with the 712 teu RS MISTRAL. The new service calls at Bremerhaven, Hamburg and the Norwegian ports of Egersund, Tananger, Haugesund, Bergen, Florø, Ålesund and Orkanger. Arctic Container Line was established in March 2022 as a subsidiary of the Myklebusthaug Group of Norway to operate container feeder services between Europe and Scandinavia. It launched its first service on

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Sea-Lead updates FAM service

Sea-Lead Shipping has upgraded its Far East to Middle East (FAM) with the addition of new port calls at Dammam and Hamad. The updated FAM service will call at Qingdao, Xingang, Shanghai, Ningbo, Nansha, Jebel Ali, Dammam, Hamad, Qingdao starting with the call by the 6,966 teu TIMON at Dammam on 15 November 2022 and Hamad on 16 November 2022. The service is currently operated with 5 ships of 4,500-6,900 teu.

Services

AD Ports launch new Pakistan-Gulf-Red Sea-East Africa service

The 3 AD Ports shipping companies - Safeen Feeders, Transmar and Global Feeder Shippping (GFS) - will launch a new service connecting Karachi, Abu Dhabi, Jebel Ali, Dammam, Jeddah, Aqaba, Sokhna, Adabiya, Port Sudan, Djibouti. The service is scheduled to start in December 2022, with further details still to be advised.

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ARRC Line starts new Russia-India service

ARRC Line has launched a new service connecting Russia and India. The service started on 3 September 2022 with the 1,829 teu general cargo vessel ATLANTIC NAVIGATOR II. The service connects St Petersburg and Nhava Sheva with a turnaround of 55 days. ARRC Line has also added a second ship, the 749 teu LIDER HALIL that made a Novorossiysk, Mersin, Nhava Sheva trip on 25 October. ARRC Line operates regular services connecting St Petersburg with Philadelphia and Baltimore on the US East Coast as

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Jin Jiang Shipping launches new Dalian-Japan (DJH/DJK) butterfly service

Jin Jiang Shipping has launched a new butterfly service that connects Dalian with the Kanto and Kansai ports in Japan. The new service is branded as the Dalian-Japan Hanshin/Dalian-Japan Kanto (DJH/DJK) and will call Dalian, Osaka, Kobe, Dalian, Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Dalian. The service started on 5 November 2022 and deploys 3 ships - the 1,118 teu JJ SUN with the 698 teu HAI SU 6 and HAI SU 7

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CNC launch new China Southeast Asia (CSE1) service

CNC Line, the intra-Asian subsidiary of CMA CGM, has launched a new China Southeast Asia (CSE1) service that connects Dalian, Incheon, Ningbo, Shanghai, Laem Chabang, Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Manila, Quinhon, Chu Lai, Dalian The service started on 11 October 2022 with the 1,756 teu CNC PLUTO from Dalian. 4 ships of 1,012-1,952 teu are deployed on this service.

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