Zim will introduce a new ZIM Colibri Xpress (ZCX) service connecting San Antonio, Callao, Guayaquil, Cartagena, Kingston, Philadelphia, Miami, Kingston, Buenaventura, Guayaqui, Callao, San Antonio. The ZIM Colibri Xpress (ZCX) is named after the South American Colibri hummingbird and is scheduled to start in March 2023 deploying 6 ships of 1,600-1,900 teu that will be chartered by Zim. Apart from offering direct connecting between South America West Coast and US East Coast service. the ZCX wi
Zim will add a new calls at Jakarta, Laem Chabang and Haiphong on its ZIM Xpress Baltimore (ZXB) service connecting Southeast Asia and South China to the US East Coast. It will also add a new call at Kingston to provide additional relay options to ZIM’s Latin America regional network and an additional direct call at Norfolk. The revised ZXB will call at Jakarta, Laem Chabang, Cai Mep, Haiphong, Yantian, Kaohsiung, Panama Canal, Kingston, Baltimore, Norfolk, New York, Boston, Suez Canal, Jakart
COSCO and OOCL have launched a new Southeast Asia-US East Coast service via Mundra in India. The service is marketed by COSCO as the Asia-US East Coast Express Service South (AWES) and by OOCL as the India-Southeast Asia East Coast (ISE). The AWES/ISE calls at Singapore, Laem Chabang, Cai Mep, Mundra, Suez Canal, New York, Norfolk, Boston, Suez Canal, Singapore using 10 ships of 3,500-4,250 teu starting from 6 January 2023 at Cai Mep with the 3,534 teu GOTTFRIED SCHULTE.
THE Alliance carriers will reinstate the Savannah call on the Far East-USEC EC2 service from 19 May with the first vessel arrival expected at Savannah on 5 July 2022. The carriers have already made 2 ad hoc calls at Savannah on the EC2 in May.
Overall congestion in North American ports has improved with around 900,000 teu of vessel capacity currently waiting at the main US and Canadian gateways, compared to a peak of over 1.5m teu in February. The West Coast has seen the largest improvements while the East Coast ...