Services/Sailings

Total 223 Posts

Services

Akkon launched TIC

Akkon has launched Turkey Italy Casablanca (TIC) Service recently that connects east and west Mediterranean. The service will call Germlik, Gebze, Ambarli, Izmir, Salerno, Genoa, Casablanca, Germlik with two ship, 712 teu RS Mistral, previously operated by CMA CGM and 658 teu Depe previoulsy operated by A2B. Depe has already phased in at Gemlik on 22 Auguest while RS Mistral has phased in at Evyap on  31 August. (source: Akkon)

Services

Diamond Line launch new LGX1 service

Diamond Line, the intra-European feeder subsidiary of COSCO, has launched a new LGX1 service calling at Piraeus, Limassol, Ashdod, Iskenderun, Damietta, Piraeus, starting with 1,432 teu CONTSHIP RUN at Piraeus on 30 August 2o22. The service turns in 2 weeks, with the 1,432 teu CONTSHIP SEA also to be deployed. LGX1 service

Services

SeaLead tweaks Asia-US East Coast (AEC) service rotation

SeaLead has revised the port rotation for its Asia-US East Coast (AEC) service from September 2022 with the new rotation to call at Nansha, Ningbo, Qingdao, Busan, Manzanillo, Jacksonville, Charleston, Norfolk, New York, Nansha. The AEC was launched on 7 March 2022 using 3 to 4 ships of 4,872 teu to 6,882 teu on an irregular frequency that initially called at Nansha, Ningbo, Qingdao, Busan, Norfolk, New York, Charleston, Jacksonville, Nansha. The revised rotation will allow for transhipment op

Services

ESL launch Jebel Ali Bahrain Shuwaikh Service (JBS)

Emirates Shipping Line (ESL) has started a new Jebel Ali Bahrain Shuwaikh Service (JBS) calling at Jebel Ali, Bahrain (Khalifa Bin Salman Port), Shuwaikh, Jebel Ali. The service turns in 7 days on a weekly frequency. The service launched on 17 August 2022 with the 1,678 teu ESL VICTORIA that will make 2 round trips on the JBS before it is replaced by the 1,341 teu ESL ZANZIBAR. (source: Emirates Shipping) JBS service rotation

Services

X-Press started Matadi Shuttle

X-Press Feeders started new weekly shuttle service,  Matadi Shuttle X-PRESS (MSX), that runs between Pointe Noire and Matadi. The shuttle has started with 618 teu LIMASSOL at Pointe Noire on 3rd August. (source: X-press)

Services

Iris Logistics redeploys transpacific ship with launch of Thailand-Vietnam-Philippines service

Iris Logistics has launched its first intra-Asia service with the 1,118 teu IRIS PAOAY that has been redeployed from its previous Philippines-Los Angeles transpacific run. The new service will call at Manila, Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Ho Chi Minh City, Manila starting from 15 August 2022 with its inaugural call at Ho Chi Minh City. Iris Logistics is a subsidiary of the Royal Cargo Group and it operated previously as Royal Cargo Lines (RCL). It started as a representative office of German freight

Services

COSCO starting AGI2

COSCO is starting a new Southeast Asia to Middle East and India connection with AGI2 starting with 2,174 teu PROGRESS C at Singapore on 31 August. The 28-days weekly service will run in port rotation, Singapore, Mundra, Abu Dhabi, Hamad, Khalifa bin Salman, Abu Dhabi, Singapore. Another 2,174 teu  SPRINTER will join on 11 Sept Singapore.

Services

Zim/GSL to launch India-Africa Express (IAX)

Zim/GSL will launch a new India-Africa Express (IAX) service connecting Western India with Kenya and Tanzania in East Africa from September 2022. The IAX will call at Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Mombasa, Dar Es Salaam, Nhava Sheva with 3 ships of 1,100 teu. The first official sailing will be made by the 1,134 teu ASIATIC NEPTUNE at Nhava Sheva on 7 September 2022. The same ship had already made one ad hoc rotation at the same IAX ports from 9 August 2022.

Services

RCL/GSL teams up for Vietnam-Malaysia-Indonesia link

RCL and GSL have added a new service connecting Ho Chi Minh City, Port Klang, Jakarta, Port Klang, Ho Chi Minh City in a butterfly pattern that turns in 14 days. The service started from Port Klang on 27 June 2022 with the 1,288 teu YANTRA BHUM operated by RCL followed a week later by the 1,134 teu ASIATIC KING operated by GSL. The service is branded as the RCL Vietnam-Indonesia Express (RVI) by RCL and Vietnam Malaysia Service (VMS) by GSL. The new service replaces the RCL Ho Chi Minh Sing

Services

Maldives State Shipping delays launch of direct SE Asia service

Maldives Sate Shipping (MSS) has delayed the launch of its planned Singapore-Port Klang-Male service to September. The service was originally scheduled to start in July 2022. MSS has instead added a third Colombo-Male service, with the newly acquired 665 teu mpp vessel MSS GRAPHENE joining the trade on 7 July 2022. Maldives State Shipping was established in March 2020 by the State Trading Organization (STO) a Maldivian state owned trading company to operate a shipping service connect Male in

© 2022 Linerlytica (ver. 1.0.7). All rights reserved.